Men's lacrosse hosts Siena Tuesday

Freshman Chris Hughes has three goals and an assist in the last two games

March 4, 2013

Stony Brook, N.Y. -

2013 Stony Brook Men's Lacrosse

Game #6: Stony Brook (3-2) vs. Siena (1-3)
Tues., Mar. 5  •  Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium  •  Stony Brook, N.Y.  •  3:30 p.m.


The Last Meeting
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March 20, 2012
Loudonville, N.Y.
Siena survives Men's Lacrosse, 12-11
Junior Nick Watson (Manchester, England) scored a career-high three goals and three other players had two goals apiece, but Siena's Bryan Neufeld totaled five goals and three assists to lead the Saints (4-3) to a 12-11 win over the Stony Brook men's lacrosse team.


Stony Brook Seawolves (3-2)
Head Coach: Jim Nagle, second season
Overall Record: 161-115
Record at SBU: 10-12

Siena Saints (1-3)
Head Coach: John Svec, second season
Overall Record: 12-8
Record at SC: Same

About the Game
After a thrilling win at Rutgers last Saturday, the Stony Brook men's lacrosse team hosts Siena Tuesday afternoon.  The Seawolves are 7-1 all-time against the Saints, dropping a 12-11 contest last year in Loudonville.

Scouting Siena
Sophomore Conor Prunty leads the Saints with eight goals and is tied for the team-lead with 11 assists.  Prunty had a career-high four goals against Johns Hopkins in the season opener.  Smithtown native senior Danny Martinsen has five goals and four assists.  Sophomore Casey Dowd is 39 of 93 (.419) from the 'X'.  Senior Matt Sharp has played every minute in goal, recording a .495 save percentage and a 13.25 goals against average.



Last Time Out
Freshman Brody Eastwood (Victoria, British Columbia) scored the game-winning goal with 40 seconds left in the third overtime as the Stony Brook men's lacrosse team (3-2) defeated Rutgers, 9-8, Saturday at the Rutgers Stadium Complex. 

Eastwood took a pass from senior Jeff Tundo (Orchard Park, N.Y.) and beat Rutgers goalie Kris Alleyne over his left shoulder.

Stony Brook is over .500 for the first time under coach Jim Nagle.

Freshman Challen Rogers (Coquitlam, British Columbia) was outstanding, tallying three goals and three assists.  Tundo added a goal and three assists for the Seawolves, who won the ground ball battle (29-26) for the first time this season.

Sophomore Mike Andreassi (Holbrook, N.Y.) and freshman Chris Hughes (Oceanside, N.Y.) each recorded a pair of goals.

Freshman Dan Shaughnessy (Sudbury, Mass.) finished with 10 saves.