via the school’s press releases
TAMPA, Fla. – The No.1 ranked University of Tampa Spartans men’s lacrosse team remains undefeated as they defeat Flagler at home.
INSIDE THE MATCHUP:
Final: No. 1 Tampa 22, Flagler 7
Records: Tampa Spartans (3-0), Flagler Saints (1-2)
Location: Naimoli Family Athletic Complex || Tampa, FL
HOW IT HAPPENED:
The first quarter would open with Daniel Fitzpatrick charging the net and finding the back of it to put the Spartans in the lead early. He would find the back of the net once again less than 40 seconds later to build the lead to two goals. The Saints answered to one minute later to cut the Tampa lead to one. Senior Owen Miller scored his first of the matchup off a pass from Nick Papa to gain a two goal lead once again. With five minutes left in the quarter, Tampa had a five goal lead over Flagler. Fitzpatrick finished off his hat-trick with just over two minutes left in the quarter. Tampa would go into the second with a seven goal lead over the Saints.
14:48 – Daniel Fitzpatrick, unassisted
14:07 – Daniel Fitzpatrick, unassisted
12:25 – Owen Miller, assisted by Nick Papa
10:28 – Charlie Bolesh, assisted by Owen Miller
08:34 – Luke McAnaney, assisted by Owen Miller
07:29 – Canyon Birch, assisted by Charlie Bolesh
04:35 – Canyon Birch, assisted by Owen Miller
02:16 – Daniel Fitzpatrick, assisted by Owen Miller
Score: 8-1 Tampa
The second quarter would begin slower than the first with both teams playing well defensively. The opening goal came four minutes into the quarter, when Max Manniello found the back of the net. The Saints would go on to score back to back goals one minute later to cut the Spartan lead to six goals. With just over six and a half minutes to play, the Spartans had an 11-3 lead. Freshman Jackson Bashaw would net his fourth of the season, launching the Spartans into halftime with the lead.
10:59 – Max Manniello, unassisted
09:25 – Trejan Cannon, assisted by Canyon Birch
08:07 – Nick Papa, assisted by Charlie Bolesh
01:47 – Jackson Bashaw, assisted by Canyon Birch
Score: 12-4 Tampa
The second half would begin with Alex Poma controlling the face-off, setting up Luke McAnaney‘s second goal of the matchup. McAnaney would then find freshman Gavin Bomstad in front of the net to score his first of two consecutive goals. Fitzpatrick would continue his stellar performance behind his assist on Miller‘s second goal of the match. The Spartans would continue to dominate on offense, and go into the final 15 minutes with a 12 goal lead.
14:32 – Luke McAnaney, assisted by Charlie Bolesh
13:57 – Gavin Bomstad, assisted by Luke McAnaney
11:07 – Gavin Bomstad, unassisted
08:25 – Owen Miller, assisted by Daniel Fitzpatrick
06:46 – Daniel Fitzpatrick, assisted by Owen Miller
04:43 – Canyon Birch, assisted by Nicky Palermo
01:03 – Tate Watts, assisted by Josh Gallia
Score: 19-7 Tampa
The Spartans continued their dominance on offense, scoring early in the final 15 minutes. Tampa would continue to score and prove too much for Flagler to handle.
13:47 – Evan Gibbs, unassisted
11:59 – Jonathan Crocker, assisted by Ethan Paduch
09:53 – Josh Gallia, unassisted
Final: 22-7 Tampa
INSIDE THE STATS:
UP NEXT: The Spartans travel to Savannah, Georgia to take on No. 4 Lenior Rhyne on Sunday at 12p.m.
TAMPA, Fla. – Tyler Douglass and Jake Griffin led Flagler College with two goals each in tonight’s matchup at No. 1 (USILA Division II Top 25) University of Tampa. Despite a valiant effort the Saints fell short 22-7 against the Spartans.
The Saints fell to 1-2 while the Spartans remained undefeated at 3-0.
The Spartans started off the game scoring within the first minute. However, the Saints came back right away with Douglass scoring a few seconds after. The Spartans managed to score seven unanswered goals to end the first quarter 1-8, Spartans, creating a lead they would not let up all game.
The Saints were able to score three goals in the second quarter from Douglass, Griffin, and Antanas Mikuzis. Garrett McNulty and Dylan Wilson were also able to find the back of the net for the Saints tonight.
Despite the elevated score by the Spartans, Saints goalie Nate Lehr had a notable performance making 16 saves.
Flagler returns to the Flagler Lacrosse Field Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. to face No. 14 Florida Institute of Technology.
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|14:07||TAMPA – Daniel Fitzpatrick||0||1|
|13:24||FLG – Tyler Douglass||1||1|
|13:03||TAMPA – Owen Miller Assisted by Nick Papa||1||2|
|12:12||TAMPA – Daniel Fitzpatrick||1||3|
|10:28||TAMPA – Charlie Bolesh Assisted by Owen Miller||1||4|
|08:34||TAMPA – Luke McAnaney Assisted by Owen Miller||1||5|
|07:29||TAMPA – Canyon Birch Assisted by Charlie Bolesh||1||6|
|04:32||TAMPA – Canyon Birch Assisted by Owen Miller||1||7|
|02:16||TAMPA – Daniel Fitzpatrick Assisted by Owen Miller||1||8|
|10:58||TAMPA – Max Manniello||1||9|
|09:44||FLG – Antanas Mikuzis Assisted by Logan Tobias||2||9|
|09:41||FLG – Jake Griffin||3||9|
|09:38||TAMPA – Conley Stone||3||10|
|08:23||TAMPA – Nick Papa Assisted by Charlie Bolesh||3||11|
|05:37||FLG – Tyler Douglass||4||11|
|00:00||TAMPA – Jackson Bashaw Assisted by Canyon Birch||4||12|
|14:32||TAMPA – Luke McAnaney Assisted by Charlie Bolesh||4||13|
|13:57||TAMPA – Gavin Bomstad Assisted by Luke McAnaney||4||14|
|11:07||TAMPA – Gavin Bomstad||4||15|
|08:25||TAMPA – Owen Miller Assisted by Daniel Fitzpatrick||4||16|
|06:46||TAMPA – Daniel Fitzpatrick Assisted by Owen Miller||4||17|
|06:24||FLG – Jake Griffin||5||17|
|04:43||TAMPA – Canyon Birch Assisted by Nicky Palermo||5||18|
|01:45||FLG – Garrett McNulty Assisted by Drew Flagg||6||18|
|01:03||TAMPA – Tate Watts Assisted by Josh Gallia||6||19|
|00:22||FLG – Dylan Wilson Assisted by Braeden Forrest||7||19|
|13:47||TAMPA – Evan Gibbs||7||20|
|11:59||TAMPA – Jonathan Crocker Assisted by Ethan Paduch||7||21|
|09:52||TAMPA – Kevin Stiff||7||22|