Marywood Sets the Pace Over Shenandoah

With the score tied at 6-6 at halftime, Marywood (8-6, 5-1 CSAC) scored all four goals coming out of the break to take a lead it would not relinquish against Shenandoah (2-13, 1-5).

The Hornets had brought the game back to level by tallying the final two goals of the first half.

Kenney May set up Mac Hedrick at 3:56 before Bryan Pope finished off a David Estoclet feed 65 seconds prior to the halftime gun.

Unfortunately for SU, it would be the squad's final goal until Courtney Ledden scored unassisted with 5:44 remaining in the contest.

In between those two goals, the Pacers tallied six straight (all at even strength) to seal the victory.

Marywood finished off the game with two goals in the final 1:46.

Pope, Estoclet and Hedrick all had two goals each for the Hornets with Estoclet adding two assists.

Junior Tyler Quinn had a career-best 20 saves in the losing effort.

MU outshot Shenandoah 56-28 and had a 49-34 advantage in groundballs. SU was dominant at the faceoff 'x', winning 17 of 26 draws.

The Hornets complete their season, and their membership in the CSAC, on Thursday with a 4:00 home contest against Immaculata.

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