Tampa Men: The UT Spartans Handily Defeated the CMU Mavericks 19-6

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via Tampa press release

 

BOX SCORE

TAMPA, Fla. –  The University of Tampa Spartans defeated the Colorado Mesa University Mavericks by a final score of 19-6. The University of Tampa is now 5-4 on the 2019 season.

INSIDE THE MATCHUP:


Final:  UT Spartans 19, CMU Mavericks 6
Records: Tampa (5-4), Colorado Mesa (3-4)
Location:  Naimoli Family Athletic and Intramural Complex | Tampa, Fla.
All-time Series: The Spartans and the Mavericks are now tied in the all-time series, 4-4.
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HOW IT HAPPENED:

1st Period

  • In the first seven seconds of the game, Harry KilkowskiHear how to pronounce Harry Kilkowskiscored a goal off the assist by Ross Dickerson who won the faceoff.
  • The Colorado Mesa Mavericks scored the next two goals of the game, before Andrew KewHear how to pronounce Andrew Kewnetted two goals back-to-back.
  • The first of Kew‘s goals came from Shane Hanlon, the second was unassisted.
  • The last two goals of the period were scored by Gavin Perry and Jake MosherMcGrawChris Cox assisted Mosher McGraw.
  • At the end of the first period, the Spartans led the Mavericks 5-2.

 

2nd Period

  • With 13:00 left in the half, Bryan Wright scored the first goal of the second half for UT.
  • Two minutes later, Kew netted his third goal of the game giving Tampa the 7-2 lead.
  • CMU responded with two goals before UT scored the last five points of the half.
  • Kansai GareyHear how to pronounce Kansai Garey had the first goal for Tampa, followed by one by Colin White from KewWhite again from CoxWright, and Kew from Mosher McGraw.
  • Heading into halftime, the Spartans were defeating the Mavericks 12-4.

 

3rd Period

  • To start the second half, Colorado Mesa netted a goal.
  • Tampa then scored four goals to end the third.
  • The first of the four was scored by Garey, off the assist by Kilkowski.
  • White then netted one off the pass by Matt VetterHear how to pronounce Matt Vetter.
  • The last two were scored by Kew and Gareyrespectively.
  • At the end of the third period, the Spartans led the Mavericks 16-5.

 

4th Period

  • CMU scored its sixth and final goal of the game with 10:27 left in the contest.
  • Andrew KewHear how to pronounce Andrew Kew then netted his sixth and final goal of the contest off the assist by White.
  • Mosher McGraw the netted one off the assist by Vetter with 7:50 remaining.
  • The final goal of the contest was unassisted by Luke Curran.
  • The University of Tampa Spartans defeated the Colorado Mesa Mavericks by a final score of 19-6.

 

INSIDE THE STATS:

  • Andrew KewHear how to pronounce Andrew Kewonce again, had an outstanding performance for the Spartans earning a whopping six goals and one assist.
  • Following Kew‘s offensive efforts was that of Colin White and Kansai GareyHear how to pronounce Kansai Garey each with three.
  • Chris Cox had a team-high of three assists in the contest.
  • Ross Dickerson earned his third assist of the 2019 season, in addition to leading all Spartans in faceoff wins and groundballs, 19-22 and 9 respectively.
  • Hunter Van Horn led the Spartans defensively. The senior out of Cary, N.C. stated two caused turnovers and four ground balls.
  • B.J. BorowskiHear how to pronounce B.J. Borowski and Anthony CarusoHear how to pronounce Anthony Carusologged time at keeper. The two recorded 8 and 3 saves respectively.

 

UP NEXT:
 

The Spartans will return to Naimoli Family Field on Saturday, to take on the Embry-Riddle Eagles for their first Sunshine State Conference game of the year. The game is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m.