No. 15 Stony Brook Hammers St. John's
from press release
STONY BROOK, N.Y. - Senior Tom Compitello
(Hauppauge, N.Y.) tallied a career-high seven points (three goals,
four assists) and junior Kevin Crowley (New Westminster, British
Columbia) scored a career-high five goals and added two assists to
lead the #12/15 Stony Brook men's lacrosse team to a 21-6 win over
St. John's on Tuesday night. 11 different players scored a goal for
the Seawolves (4-1), who led 14-2 at halftime. Sophomore Kyle
Belton (Langley, British Columbia) tied a career-high with three
goals. Charlie Holenstein led St. John's (2-3) with two goals.
"Tonight was a great all-around performance by our team," head coach Rick Sowell said. "It's a credit to our guys that there was no lull after an emotional win at Delaware. We've got a lot of guys capable of scoring and showed that tonight."
It took Stony Brook's high-powered offense some time to get going, but it took a 4-0 lead after Crowley's second goal of the game. St. John's scored two goals just five seconds apart to close to within two, however the Seawolves answered with three goals to close out the first quarter with a 7-2 lead.
Six different players scored goals for Stony Brook in the second quarter as it led 14-2 at halftime. Junior Jordan McBride (New Westminster, British Columbia), one the nation's leading scorers, was held to just two goals, but added a season-high two assists. Belton scored two of his three goals in the second quarter.
Stony Brook's defense was outstanding, limiting the Red Storm scoreless in the second and third quarter, respectively. Senior Charlie Paar (Huntington, N.Y.) made 13 saves before leaving the game after three quarters.
Crowley's goal at 10:43 of the third quarter gave Stony Brook a 15-goal advantage, 17-2. St. John's scored four of its six goals in the fourth quarter. Senior Steven Waldeck (Levittown, N.Y.), sophomore Graham Adams (Royal Oak, Mich.), senior Chris Scott (North Babylon, N.Y.) and sophomore Tyler McCabe (Coram, N.Y.) each scored goals in the fourth quarter as Stony Brook scored 21 goals for the second time this season.
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