Apr 17, 2018
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- After allowing Wabash to score the first goal two minutes into the first quarter, Wittenberg scored 13 unanswered goals in route to upending Wabash 21-4.
- The Tigers dominated the day with 66 shots, while Wabash only managed to record 17.
- Jerry Coyle was a man amongst boys on Tuesday, scoring six goals on 13 shot attempts in the NCAC win.
SITE: Springfield, Ohio (Wittenberg University)
SCORE: Wittenberg 21, Wabash 4
RECORDS: WIT 6-8 (3-4), WAB 2-12 (0-7)
NEXT GAME: Saturday, April 21—vs Aurora (Crawfordsville, Indiana (Wabash) 12:30 PM)
- Wittenberg scored six goals in the first quarter, three in the second, five in the third and seven in the fourth in their second NCAC win in a row.
- Noah Moderwell scored three consecutive goals for the Tigers at the end of the second quarter and the beginning of the third quarter to give the Tigers a 10-1 lead over Wabash.
- With a 15-2 lead to start the fourth quarter, Wittenberg saw goals from Matthew Welch, Cam Kennedy and Coyle in the first four minutes of the quarter to take an 18-2 lead.
- Cam Kennedy and Coyle scored the last two goals for the Tigers, both unassisted, as Wittenberg won the game easily at 21-4.
- Grant Snodgras led the Tigers with seven groundballs, while going 26 of 29 at the center-dot for Wittenberg.
- Wabash managed to turn the ball over 29 times in the game and go 17 of 25 in clear attempts, with Wittenberg causing 15 of those miscues.
- Anthony LeBarge III paced the Tigers with four caused turnovers and five groundballs in an impressive day all-around.
- Seven of the Tigers 21 goals came off assists, as Coyle and Strahm each recorded two assists each.