Ursinus Loses Two Overtime Battle to Haverford

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. Haverford's Travis Gregory scored both the game-tying and game-winning goals, the latter coming with just 41 seconds remaining in the second overtime, as the Fords (6-5, 2-3 Centennial) rallied to defeat Ursinus (8-2, 3-2 Centennial) 9-8 in a men's lacrosse thriller Wednesday night.

The Fords had rallied from three goals down, as they trailed 8-5 with 8:33 left in the fourth. The Fords tied the game with three goals in a span of 1:33 in the fourth quarter.

Ursinus, who had never trailed until the game-winning goal, got three goals each from senior midfielder Eric Farris (Pottsgrove, Pa./Pottsgrove) and sophomore midfielder Jeff Ocampo (Palm Coast, Fla./Mantanzas) in the loss.

Ocampo's third goal came with 8:33 left in the fourth quarter, which gave Ursinus the 8-5 lead.

Gregory ended the game with four goals, while Max Hjelm had three for the Fords. For Ursinus, junior defender Logan Duffie (Glen Mills, Pa./Penncrest) had seven groundballs, while junior midfielder Graig Gallo (Winter Springs, Fla./Winter Springs) went 6 for 13 on faceoffs.

In goal, freshman goalkeeper T.J. Magnani (Bear, Del./Saint Mark's) had 12 saves.

Ursinus heads to second-ranked Gettysburg on Saturday.

2010-04-08



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