#Seawolves fall to UMBC, 12-11, in overtime

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Sophomore Brody Eastwood
 
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March 28, 2014

Final Stats

Baltimore, Md. -

Sophomore Brody Eastwood (Victoria, British Columbia) scored a game-high five goals, but UMBC's Pat Young scored the game-winning goal with 10 seconds left in overtime to lift the Retrievers to a 12-11 win in the America East opener for both teams.

Sophomores Chris Hughes (Oceanside, N.Y.) and Challen Rogers (Coquitlam, British Columbia) each added two goals.

Junior Mike Rooney (East Islip, N.Y.) had a game-high three assists.

Young finished the game with three goals. Matt Gregoire also scored three goals.

Both goalies were outstanding as freshman Hayden Johnstone (Toronto, Ontario) finished with 12 saves and Connor Gordon 15.

Freshman Kyle Rowe (Vienna, Va.) had another solid performance at the 'X', winning 14 face-offs and grabbing a career-high 13 ground balls.

Head Coach Jim Nagle's Reaction
"Tonight was what America East lacrosse is all about. Both teams fought through adversity. I feel like we've improved tremendously, and as I told the team after the game, we've got a lot of lacrosse left to play."

Turning Point
UMBC (5-4, 1-0) started with the first possession in overtime. After Stony Brook (4-6, 0-1) regained the ball, the Retrievers were flagged for two penalties. Rooney's shot was saved by Gordon and the subsequent clear attempt was successful. Johnstone made two saves on shots by Jack Gannon, but Young scored to end the game.


 

 

By The Numbers
• Stony Brook scored four goals on its first seven shots
• The four goals allowed in the first half tied a season-low for an opponent (Lafayette, Rutgers)
• UMBC took its first lead of the game, 6-5, with an EMO goal on a two-man advantage
• Hughes' goal with 3:51 left in the third broke a drought of more than 18 minutes for Stony Brook
• Eastwood's hat trick was the 16th of his career
• After losing eight of the first 11 face-offs, freshman Kyle Rowe (Vienna, Va.) won six of nine in the third quarter and five of six in the fourth
• Stony Brook committed a season-low nine turnovers

News & Notes
• Stony Brook's last regular-season conference road loss was a 10-7 decision at Albany on April 26, 2008. The last conference road loss -- regular season or America East Championship -- was to UMBC (11-7) on May 2, 2009.
• Rogers extended his consecutive-point streak to 26 games
• Eastwood upped his consecutive-goal streak to 22 games
• Schultz's three-point effort was his ninth this season

Up Next
Stony Brook will open a two-game homestand against Quinnipiac on Tuesday, April 1 at 7:30 p.m.