1998 Amherst College Men's Lacrosse Boxscores


Saturday, March 14, 1998 in Upper Montclair, NJ
Amherst (1-0)		6	8	3	4 -- 21
Montclair State (0-3)	2	1	3	1 -- 7

Amherst		G	A	P		Montclair State	G	A	P
Matt Roy	5	2	7		John Bouton	2	1	3
Sam Altman	3	4	7		Brett Cerullo	2	0	2
Kyle Bohannon	2	2	4		Adam Torrisi	1	2	3
Jason Sowers	2	2	4		Mario Lukin	1	1	2
Andy Neviaser	2	1	3		Steve Reed	1	0	1
Eric Edelson	1	2	3		Totals		7	4	11
Eric Kahrl	2	0	2
Todd Nichols	1	1	2
James DeLuca	1	1	2
Geoff Hengerer	1	1	2
Payson Bullard	0	2	2
Dave Pitney	1	0	1
John Laufer	0	1	1
Robbie Gibson	0	1	1	
Totals		21	20	41		
Shots: A 54, MS 27.
Goalie Saves: A Bryan Goldstein 7 (3 GA), Corey Simonson 3 (3 GA), Pat Korody 1 (1 GA). MS Dave Isidore 10 (12 GA), Anthony Malanga 5 (9 GA).
Penalties: A 11, MS ?.
Faceoffs Won: A 21, MS 6.



Tuesday, March 17, 1998 in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania
Amherst (2-0)		6	4	2	1 -- 13
Swarthmore		0	2	1	3 -- 6

Amherst		G	A	P		Swarthmore	G	A	P
Matt Roy	3	2	5		Dingfield	3	1	4
Payson Bullard	2	3	5		Lloyd		2	1	3
Todd Nichols	3	0	3		S. Shin		1	0	1
Sam Altman	0	3	3		Totals		6	2	8
Jason Sowers	2	0	2
Eric Edelson	1	0	1
Kyle Bohannon	1	0	1
Geoff Hengerer	1	0	1
Totals		13	8	21
Shots: A 37, S 19.
Goalie Saves: A Bryan Goldstein 6 (2 GA), Corey Simonson 4 (4 GA). S Rydquist 11..
Penalties: A 5, S 1
Faceoffs Won: A 12, S 9.



Thursday, March 19, 1998 in Towson, Maryland
Amherst (3-0)		0	5	2	2 -- 9
Goucher (2-3)		1	0	1	2 -- 4
TOWSON, Maryland -- Junior attackman Matt Roy (Marblehead, MA/St. John's Prep) scored four goals to lead the Amherst College men's lacrosse team to a 9-4 victory over Goucher College Thursday at Beldon Field.

The Lord Jeffs out-shot Goucher 46-18 and took advantage of 14 Gopher penalties to secure the win. Amherst, ranked 16th in the latest STX/USILA Division III poll, has allowed 17 goals through three games. Amherst improved to 3-0 on the season, while the Gophers dropped to 2-3.

Goucher did strike first. Senior midfielder Brent Grabill (Ellicott City, MD/Glenelg) opened the scoring with a goal at 3:18 in the first quarter, but the Lord Jeffs went on a 5-0 run and led 5-1 at the intermission. Goucher cut the lead to 5-2 at the 13:50 mark of the third quarter, but the Gophers could not get closer throughout the remainder.

In goal, junior Bryan Goldstein (Milton, MA/Milton Academy) recorded 10 saves in 60 miuntes of action for the Jeffs.

Goucher received a balanced effort from its attack. In addition to the Grabill strike, the Gophers received goals from junior attackman Tim Asher (Baltimore, MD/Archbishop Curley), junior attackman Brad Brache' (Bridgeport, CT/Greens Farms), and senior midfielder Jonathan Haupt (Herndon, VA/Oakton). Senior goalkeeper Mike Tartamella (Westbury, NY/W.T. Clarke) had the lone Gopher assist.

In goal, Tartamella recorded 23 saves off 32 Amherst shots in 60 minutes of action.

Amherst		G	A	P		Goucher		G	A	P
Matt Roy	4	1	5		Brent Grabill	1	0	1
Sam Altman	2	2	4		Tim Asher	1	0	1
Jason Sowers	1	1	2		Brad Brache'	1	0	1
Kyle Bohannon	1	0	1		Jonathan Haupt	1	0	1
Payson Bullard	1	0	1		Mike Tartamella	0	1	1
Ben Beckman	0	1	1		Totals		4	1	5
Totals		9	5	14
Shots: A 46, G 18
Goalie Saves: A Bryan Goldstein 10, G Mike Tartamella 23.
Penalties: A 5, G 14.
Faceoffs Won: A 9, G 7.
Taken from a Goucher College press release


Bullets Never Trail in Win over Amherst

GETTYSBURG, Pennsylvania -- Jumping out to a 5-0 lead in the first 10:50 got the Gettysburg College men's lacrosse team started on its way to a convincing 21-5 triumph over Amherst Saturday afternoon.

The Bullets' first five goals were spread among five different players. Lee Hemming scored his second and third goals of the game in the second period to help Gettysburg (3-1) assume a 9-2 lead at the half.

Hemming and Pete Milliman both finished with four goals for the Bullets, who entered the game eighth in this week's Division III national rankings. Scott Lowery contributed two goals and three assists.

Sam Altman notched a pair of goals for Amherst (3-1), which is ranked 16th in Division III.


Saturday, March 21, 1998 in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Amherst (3-1)		1	1	1	2 -- 5
Gettysburg (3-1)	5	4	6	6 -- 21

Amherst 	G	A	P		Gettysburg	G	A	P
Sam Altman	2	0	2		Pete Milliman	4	1	5
Todd Nichols	1	1	2		Scott Lowery	2	3	5
James DeLuca	1	0	1		Lee Hemming	4	0	4
Kyle Bohannon	1	0	1		Ross Garretson	2	2	4
Matt Roy	0	1	1		Doug Sage	2	0	2
Jason Sowers	0	1	1		Jamie Bateman	2	0	2
Totals		5	3	8		Pat Pendergast	2	0	2
						Tommy Pearce	1	0	1
						Kevin Callahan	1	0	1
						Jason Carney	1	0	1
						Mark Pollak	0	1	1
						Shane Gray	0	1	1
						Sam Hanchett	0	1	1
						Totals		21	9	30
Shots: A 28, G 36.
Goalie Saves: A Bryan Goldstein 1 (5 GA), Corey Simonson 3 (16 GA). G Andrew Barter 12 (4 GA), Eric Gregg 0 (1 GA).
Faceoffs Won: A 17, G 10.
Taken from a Gettysburg College Press Release


ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Senior midfielder Ryan McDermott (Garden City, NY) scored five goals Saturday as Nazareth College outscored Amherst College 15-7 in menUs lacrosse.

Nazareth (2-1), ranked No. 2 in Division III, scored the last eight goals of the game, including six in the fourth quarter to break away from a 7-7 tie. First McDermott scored an extra-man goal off an assist from sophomore attackman Stephen Blount (Elbridge, NY) at 12:10 of the third quarter. Then McDermott scored unassisted 19 seconds later to enable the Golden Flyers to take a 9-7 lead into the final 15 minutes. McDermott scored another goal in the fourth quarter and Blount scored twice as Nazareth gradually pulled away.

Senior midfielder Adam Civalier (Penfield, NY) added two goals for Nazareth and Blount added three assists in addition to his two goals. Junior midfielder Billy Serino (Dix Hills, NY) had one goal and two assists. Sophomore goalie Jake Coon (Homer, NY) had 15 saves for the Golden Flyers.

Amherst (5-2) got two goals apiece from Sam Altman (Owing Mills, MD) and Payson Bullard (Wilton, CT) and six saves from goalie Bryan Goldstein (Milton, MA).


Saturday, March 28, 1998 in Rochester, New York
Amherst (5-2)		1	4	2	0 -- 7
Nazareth (2-1)		3	4	2	6 -- 15

Amherst		G	A	P		Nazareth	G	A	P
Sam Altman	2	0	2		Ryan McDermott	5	0	5
Payson Bullard	2	0	2		Stephen Blount	2	3	5
Kyle Bohannon	1	0	1		Adam Civalier	2	0	2
James DeLuca	1	0	1		Billy Serino	1	2	3
Jason Sowers	1	0	1		Dennis Foley	1	1	2
Todd Robin	0	1	1		Erik Mort	1	0	1
Matt Roy	0	1	1		John Nevin	1	0	1
Totals		7	2	9		Jason Pohlman	1	0	1
						Al Terilli	1	0	1
						Totals		15	6	21
Shots: A 28, N 42.
Goalie Saves: A Bryan Goldstein 6, N Jake Coon 15, Rob Carroll 1.
Penalties: A 5 for 2:30, N 4 for 3:00.
Extra-Man Opportunities: A 0/3, N 3/5.
Faceoffs Won: A 12, N 12.
Ground Balls: A 44, N 45.
Clears: A 29-37, N 31-38.
Attendance: 1,036.



Saturday, April 11, 1998 in Middlebury, Vermont
Amherst (6-4)		1	0	1	4 -- 6
Middlebury (5-2)	6	5	6	3 -- 20

Amherst		G	A	P		Middlebury	G	A	P
Todd Nichols	1	0	1		Holt Hopkins	4	0	4
Payson Bullard	1	0	1		Brad Scott	3	1	4
James DeLuca	1	0	1		Rob Cohen	3	0	3
Kyle Bohannon	1	0	1		Ian Gardiner	3	0	3
Eric Edelson	1	0	1		Jon-Erik Borgen	2	1	3
Sam Altman	1	0	1		Adam Pascal	2	0	2
Matt Roy	0	1	1		Andrew Gault	1	0	1
Jason Sowers	0	1	1		Todd Fryatt	1	0	1
Totals		6	2	8		Peter Ericson	1	0	1
						Brandon Doyle	0	1	1
						Derek Esposito	0	1	1
						Totals		20	4	24
Shots: A 20, M 46.
Goalkeeping 		Min	GA	1	2	3	4 -- Total
A  Corey Simonson	60	20	2	4	3	3 -- 12
M  Brandon Mollett	30	1	1	5		  -- 6
M  Dave Campbell	30	5			3	3 -- 6


Saturday, April 18, 1998 in Middletown, Connecticut
Amherst (8-4)		1	3	2	3 -- 9
Wesleyan (8-3)		1	3	2	1 -- 7

Amherst		G	A	P	Wesleyan		G	A	P
Kyle Bohannon	1	3	4	Mark Puner		2	2	4
Payson Bullard	3	0	3	Dan Osborne		2	1	3
Andy Neviaser	3	0	3	Alex Reinlieb		1	0	1
Matt Roy	1	2	3	John Landay		1	0	1
Todd Nichols	1	0	1	Alex Benik		1	0	1
Robbie Gibson	0	1	1	Craig Schortzmann	0	1	1
Totals		9	6	15	Totals			7	4	11
Shots: A 40, Wesleyan 43.
Goalie Saves: A Corey Simonson 21, W Lukas Cash 14.

Game Notes: Matt Roy broke a 7-7 tie off a feed from Kyle Bohannon with 9:30 to lay and Andy Neviaser added an important insurance goal with 3:28 left to lift Amherst to victory. Corey Simonson posted 21 saves for Amherst, including four in the final three minutes to preserve the win. Amherst is now 27-12 overall against Wesleyan and has won the last five meetings.


Keough's Overtime Goal Lifts Connecticut College to Eighth Straight Win

NEW LONDON, Connecticut -- Sophomore midfielder Jamie Keough (Ipswich, MA) scored 1:30 into the overtime period to lift Connecticut College to a 10-9 win over Amherst College. The Camels, ranked 14th in the nation, won for the eighth straight time and improved to 10-2 on the season. Amherst falls to 8-5.

Trailing 9-6 with 7:00 to play, the Lord Jeffs rallied for three straight goals to force the extra session. Sophomore attackman Sam Altman (Owing Mills, MD) started the comeback with his second goal of the afternoon to make it 9-7.

The Lord Jeffs continued their rally and moved to within a goal at the 1:05 mark when junior midfielder Payson Bullard (Wilton, CT) scored. Seconds later, Amherst controlled the face-off and junior midfielder Todd Nichols (Skaneateles, NY) scored his second of the afternoon to tie it with 50 seconds remaining.

With time winding down, the Lord Jeffs controlled another face-off and junior attackman Matt Roy (Marblehead, MA) fired a shot from 10 yards out with three seconds remaining that was saved by junior goalie Chris Bailey (Canton, CT). Bailey finished the afternoon with 12 saves for the Camels.

On a rainy and windy day, Connecticut College took a 3-1 lead in the first when senior midfielder Mark Driscoll (Peabody, MA) moved straight dow the field and fired the ball past Amherst goalie Corey Simonson (Brookline, MA).

Two second period goals by sophomore attackman Parker Sides (Marblehead, MA) and another score by senior attackman Dylan DePeter (Sudbury, MA) gave Connecticut College a 6-2 lead with 6:50 left in the first half.

Amherst closed the gap to 6-4 at the half, and Nichols's goal early in the third cut the Camel lead to 6-5 with 14:35 remaining.

Once again, Conn began to distance itself from Amherst on goals by Keough, DePeter and senior midfielder Matt McCreedy (Colts Neck, NJ) to push the lead to 9-5 with 3:45 remaining in the third. Connecticut College outshot Amherst 27-26. The Lord Jeffs received eight saves from Simonson.


Thursday, April 23, 1998 in New London, Connecticut
				1	2	3	4	OT -- F
Amherst (8-5)			1	3	2	3	0  -- 9
Connecticut College (10-2)	3	3	3	0	1  -- 10

Amherst		G	A	P		Conn College	G	A	P
Sam Altman	2	1	3		Parker Sides	3	1	4
Andy Neviaser	2	0	2		Dylan DePeter	2	0	2
Kyle Bohannon	2	0	2		Jamie Keough	2	0	2
Todd Nichols	2	0	2		Chris Abplanalp	1	1	2
Payson Bullard	1	0	1		Matt McCreedy	1	1	2
Jason Sowers	0	1	1		Mark Driscoll	1	0	1
Totals		9	2	11		Rob Butchenhart	0	1	1
						Totals		10	4	14
Shots: A 26, C 27.
Saves: A Corey Simonson 8, C Chris Bailey 12.

Taken from a Connecticut College press release