Stags Tied For First After 3-0 Week
The Stags are tied for first in the SCIAC standings after going 3-0 overall this week including 2-0 in SCIAC play. CMS won at Caltech on Wednesday 22-5. They beat Whittier at home on Saturday morning 11-8 and then won at Chapman University on Saturday afternoon 8-7 in sudden death overtime.
The Stags put on an offensive display against the Beavers as 14 different players scored including goalie Sean Wasserman (SO, Los Gatos). Greg Sanford (SO, Newport Beach) and Vincent Schiavoni (FR, Malvern, PA) led the team with three goals each. Wasserman had eight saves and Schuyler Kruizenga (FR, Old Greenwich, CT) had two.
CMS took control against Whittier with a five goal third quarter after trailing 4-3 at halftime. They clinched the victory by outscoring the Poets 3-2 in the fourth quarter. Andrew Cosentino (SO, Greenwich, CT) and Schiavoni led the team with three goals each and Wasserman had 12 saves.
Cosentino led the Stags against Chapman with five goals including the game winner in sudden death. He also sent the game into overtime with a goal with 23 seconds remaining in regulation. Wasserman had 14 saves in the game.
Cosentino led the team with 10 goals on the week and is the team's leading scorer this season with 33. Schiavoni had six goals and three players, G. Sanford (5), Steven Andron (4) and Scott Sanford (3), had goals in all three games.
CMS improved to 6-14 overall and 3-0 in SCIAC. The Stags play three games this week beginning with a game at Pomona-Pitzer on Wednesday at 7:00. They will travel to Occidental on Saturday at 11:00 and then return to Axelrood Pool to take on Riverside Community College at 4:30.