Blye Nets Five as No. 2-Ranked Maryland Glides by Hartford

Maryland upped the lead back to 12 when junior Brendan Saylor found sophomore Bobby Gribbin wide open on the crease and Gribbin beat reserve goalie Dan Zenevitch for the 16-4 Terrapin lead.

Senior Michael Ehrhardt had a career-best six groundballs to lead the defensive effort, while junior Niko Amato made eight saves in the first three quarters and sophomore Kyle Bernlohr finished with four in the fourth.

The Terps continue their three-game road trip next Saturday, Feb. 23, when they travel up to Baltimore to play No. 1 Loyola at 1:30 p.m. at the Ridley Athletic Complex. That game will be televised nationally on the NBC Sports Network.

Game Notes

With today's 16-4 win, Maryland is now 2-0 all-time vs. Hartford.

With a five points on three goals and two assists, senior Kevin Cooper now has three hat tricks, 13 multi-point, five multi-goal and eight multi-assist games for his career.

With three points on a goal and two assists, senior John Haus now has 22 multi-point and nine multi-assist games for his career.

With five points on five goals, senior Owen Blye now has 24 multi-point and 14 multi-goals for his career.

With two points on two goals, sophomore Jay Carlson now has five multi-point and four multi-goals for his career.

Maryland held the Hawks without a goal in the second quarter, marking the first time this season the Terps have shutout an opponent for a quarter.

Maryland held Hartford scoreless for 25:37 from late in the first quarter into the third, marking the first 20+ minute scoreless drought for the Terrapin defense this season.

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2013-02-16



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