Washington C. Scores 7 Straight to Edge McDaniel

The Green Terror pushed the magian back to five goals at 8-3 when Michael Woglom opened the third-quarter scoring 1:12 into the second half. The Shoremen then began their seven-goal run, scoring five times before the end of the third quarter to deadlock the score at 8-8 on a goal by Coyle off a Nowicki assist with 4:38 to go.

Washington took its first lead of the game with 13:12 to play in the fourth quarter when Nowicki found sophomore attackman JD Campbell (Baltimore, MD/Mount St. Joseph) for a goal to put the Shoremen in front, 9-8. Coyle then scored off a Campbell assist with 12:10 left in the period to give Washington a two-goal advantage.

The Green Terror got back to within one goal when JS Duke scored off a DJ Rickels assist with 6:27 left, but could not find the equalizer. McDaniel's Ben Yancheski rang a shot off the post with 51 seconds left in the game and a desperation shot by Matt Dupras with one second remaining sailed wide as the Shoremen came away with the win.

Hughes led all scorers with three goals, while Nowicki had a goal and a game-best four assists. Coyle added two goals and two assists, while Campbell had two goals and one assist for Washington. Senior attackman Dominic Serio (Finksburg, MD/Mount St. Joseph) found the back of the net twice in the third quarter, while freshman midfielder Adam Smith (Cockeysville, MD/Loyola Blakefield)chalked up one assist.

Rickels, Yancheski, and Woglom each scored two goals for the Green Terror; Rickels and Yancheski also had one assist each. Duke had a goal and two assists for McDaniel, while Dupras had a goal and an assist and DiBernardo finished with one goal. Alex Creech also had an assist.

Senior goalie Peter Stewart (Annapolis, MD/St. Mary's) made 10 saves in the win for the Shoremen, who held a 35-32 advantage in shots in the game, including a 22-10 advantage in the second half. Washington won 14 of the game's 23 face-offs, led by freshman midfielder Michael Trapp (White Plains, NY/White Plains), who went 14 for 21, won all four face-offs in the fourth quarter, and scooped up a game-best eight ground balls.

The victory was the Shoremen's 12th in a row over the Green Terror. Three of Washington's last four wins over McDaniel have come by one goal.

The Shoremen return to action Wednesday with a 7:00 p.m. Centennial Conference home game against Haverford.

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