via Keiser press release
Score: No. 3 Keiser 21, Shorter 2 Records: No. 3 Keiser (2-0), Shorter (1-4) Location: Ben Brady Field, Rome, Ga
The No. 3 Keiser Seahawks left Rome with another win on their resume as they defeated the Hawks of Shorter, 14-6. With the win,
became the all-time program leader in goalkeeper wins. Cole George
Keiser 2, Shorter 2
got the scoring started for the Seahawks at the 13:06 mark in the first. Josten Ucros doubled the advantage for Keiser with a goal of his own with 11:38 on the clock Vincent Cerasuolo The Hawks answered with two goals of their own before the end of the quarter bringing the score level heading into the second.
Keiser 9, Shorter 3
For the second game in a row, Keiser controlled the second quarter of play. Cerasuolo netted his second and third goals of the contest by the 12:43 mark to give KU the 4-2 lead. took advantage of the man-up opportunity in the 11th minute to put the Seahawks up 5-2. Ryan Schwartz Following Shorters’ third goal, Keiser put four more goals on the board before the half with , Michael Shephard , Cerasuolo, and Jack Weilandt all scoring in the run. Max Hiestand The Seahawks would head to the break with a 9-3 lead.
Keiser 10, Shorter 5
Cerasuolo’s fifth goal got the scoring started in the third with 9:29 showing. The Hawks were able to respond with two goals of their own in the quarter to bring the score to 10-5 heading into the fourth.
Keiser 14, Shorter 6
Hiestand found the back of the net for the second time in the afternoon at the 11:37 mark in the final period. The day however belonged to Cerasuolo who scored his sixth and seventh goals of the match to bring the KU lead to 13-5 with 9:46 remaining. got on the board with just under five minutes remaining in the game. Trevor Hall Shorter would score with 14 seconds on the clock but it was too late as Keiser went on to win, 14-6.
2: Keiser moves to 2-0 on the season and 2-0 against the Shorter Hawks 2: and Ryan Schwartz tied for the team lead in caused turnovers with two. Kylle Epstein 7/7: led the team in goals and points with seven apiece. Vincent Cerasuolo 8: made eight saves in the match. Cole George 15/19: scooped up a team-high 15 groundballs and won 19 faceoffs. Cam Provines
Keiser Points: Cerasuolo (7) Goals: Cerasuolo (7) Assists: Stassi (3) Faceoffs: Provines (19-21) Ground Balls: Provines (15) Caused Turnovers: Two Tied (2) Saves: George (8) Shorter Points: Marshall (4) Goals: Marshall (3) Assists: Two Tied (1) Faceoffs: Four Tied (1) Ground Balls: Hardeman (6) Caused Turnovers: Hardeman (5) Saves: Shutley (12)
Keiser at Sewanee on Sunday, February 20, at 1:00 p.m. at Hardee-McGee Field in Sewanee, Tenn.