Morrisville Men on Wrong Side of High Scoring Affair, Fall to Brockport 9-6 in SUNYAC Contest

Morrisville Men on Wrong Side of High Scoring Affair, Fall to Brockport 9-6 in SUNYAC Contest

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Morrisville State Men's Ice Hockey team scored early, but it was not enough as they eventually dropped a high scoring affair 9-6 against the visiting Golden Eagles from Brockport on Saturday night.

John Lauer (Syracuse, N.Y) re-directed a slap shot from Joe Ftoma (Winnipeg, Manitoba) into the back of the net just 16 seconds into the contest to give the Mustangs the early lead.  Four minutes later, Nick DeVito (Averill Park, N.Y.) passed ahead to Layne Martin (Findlay, Ohio) who snuck his way out on the right side.  Martin found a crease and then beat Brockport's goaltender, Cole Burack, on the top shelf for the 2-0 lead. 

With two seconds remaining in the first, Brockport cut the lead in half on a power play goal. 

Morrisville tacked onto their lead at the 2:45 mark in the second period with a power play goal of their own off of the stick of Jordan Carvalho (Brampton, Ontario).  However, the 3-1 lead was short lived as Brockport rattled off four straight goals in the second period before the Mustangs would get on the board again. 

Morrisville got on the board again late in the second period with a CJ Stubbs (Pleasant Grove, Vt.) goal.  Carvalho and Bradley Hefner (Billings, Mt.) assisted on the play. 

Unfortunately, another run of three unanswered goals by the Golden Eagles put the Mustangs on their heels in the third period.  Morrisville would get goals from Ian Wood (Pittsburgh, Pa.) and David Landau (Newtown, Conn.), but it was too little too late as the Mustangs would eventually fall 9-6. 

The Mustangs will turn their attention to their Fredonia series when they travel to Fredonia on Friday, November 18 for a 7 PM contest, before returning home for a 7 PM game on Saturday, November 19. 

Morrisville State College's curricula are enriched with applied learning and pave the way for opportunity at both the Morrisville and Norwich campuses. An action-oriented, interactive learning lab, the college is a national leader in technology and has been lauded for its exemplary, innovative and effective community service programs. 

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