Alderson-Broaddus Routed by Belmont Abbey

Belmont Abbey broke two school records as 10 different players scored goals in a 21-3 win at Alderson-Broaddus this afternoon. The victory ups the Abbey's record to 7-3, while the Battlers drop to 0-7.

The Crusaders broke school records for margin of victory (18) and fewest goals allowed while the 21 goals scored are the second most in school history. The mark is 26, set in a 26-9 victory over Lees-McRae on March 28, 2006, the first year of the program's existence. The previous school record for margin of victory was set in that Lees-McRae contest, and before today the Abbey's record for fewest goals allowed was five.

Daniel Marshall scored all six of his goals in the first quarter. Ryan Corrigan added four and one assist, while Tanner Scharr, Connor Sellars and Scott Balzano all had two. Joey McGinley, Sean O'Connell, Scotty Steele, Vin Loscalzo and Corey Cooke all netted one.

Scharr handed out three assists, while Sellars, McGinley and O'Connell each totaled two. Steele, Connor Doyle, Dan Morrissey, Brendan Rogers, Josiah Nash and Ian McKay all had one.


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