Moran Lifts Navy over Colgate in Overtime
from press release
HAMILTON, N.Y. – Navy’s Patrick
Moran scored 1:38 into the first overtime session to top Colgate
10-9, Saturday afternoon at Andy Kerr Stadium.
Moran also scored the game-tying goal with 20 seconds remaining in regulation to force the second-straight overtime game between these two teams.
Freshman Peter Baum (Portland, Ore.) led Colgate with a career-high four goals, while senior Zack Craumer (Greenwich, Conn.), junior Ben McCabe (Brunswick, Maine) and sophomore Patrick Campbell (Massapequa, N.Y.) recorded three points apiece.
Colgate recorded the first three goals of the game to take a 4-2 lead into the second quarter. Baum opened the game with the first two goals and was followed by junior Andrew Mould (Wyomissing, Pa.) to give the Raiders a 3-0 lead with 5:30 remaining in the first quarter. Navy scored with 3:20 remaining to trim the lead to 3-1, the lead remained the same until junior Dave Tucciarone (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) scored with 1:57 to give the Raiders a 4-1 lead, but the Mid’s scored eight seconds later after a clean face-off win to climb within two 4-2.
Craumer and McCabe scored the first two goals of the second period to give Colgate a 6-2 lead, their largest lead of the season, before Moran scored with 2:16 remaining to enter halftime 6-3.
The Mid’s opened the second half with a man-up goal 4:55 into the third quarter to trim the lead to 6-4, but Colgate responded with a pair of goals from Baum and McCabe to rebuild a four-goal lead 8-4. Navy scored in the final 37 seconds of the quarter to trim the lead to 8-5.
Navy scored three-straight goals in the fourth quarter to tie the game 8-8 with 5:01 remaining, but Baum was able to answer back with his fourth goal of the game, 17th of the season, with 3:07 remaining to give the Raiders a 9-8 lead. The Raiders then forced a Navy turnover with just over two-minutes remaining and called a timeout after a successful clear. Colgate was able to run the clock down to 36 seconds before the Mid’s forced a turnover. After a successful clear attempt Navy called a timeout before Moran tied the game with 20 ticks remaining.
Sophomore Jared Madison (Lawrenceville, N.J.) tallied 12 stops in the loss for Colgate, while RJ Wickham saved 10 for Navy.
Navy out-shot the Raiders 36-30 and won the groundball battle 38-29.
Colgate returns to action next Saturday (April 3) against Army. The game is set to begin at noon.
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