Feb. 15, 2014
Freshman attack Jordan Barlow netted his first four collegiate goals including the game-winner as the Saints beat Hobart 12-7 at Boswell Field in Geneva, N.Y. Red-shirt sophomore goalie Tommy Cordts made 11 saves in posting his first collegiate win as the Saints earned their first victory of 2014.
Siena (1-1) scored the first three goals and led throughout while out-shooting the Statesmen (0-1) 39-26. Leading 8-5 early in the second half, the Saints rattled off four unanswered goals - two of which came from Barlow - to put the game away.
Barlow scored on four of the five shots he took, while senior midfielders Kyle Curry and Rob Hunter each added three points on two goals and an assist. Junior faceoff specialist Casey Dowd won 15-22 faceoffs and picked up 10 groundballs, while line mate Ryan Mallon caused four turnovers and secured three groundballs.
Alex Love and Jake McHenry led Hobart with two goals apiece and Peter Zonino made 11 saves.
The Saints continue their season-opening five-game road trip Saturday at noon at Binghamton.