WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
- Wittenberg trailed 4-1 at the end of the first-quarter before tying the game up at 5-5 at halftime against Wooster, as the Tigers managed to hold the Fighting Scots to one goal in quarter number three on their way to a 13-7 win.
- Zach Shy continued to have the hot hand for the Tigers, netting four more goals in the road victory.
- Aaron Blossey came up big in net for the Tigers, recording 11 saves in his 60 minutes of play as the Tigers improved to 5-2 in NCAC play.
SITE: John P. Papp Stadium, Wooster, Ohio (College of Wooster)
SCORE: Wittenberg 13, Wooster 7
RECORDS: Wittenberg 8-5 (5-2), Wooster 9-7 (5-2)
UP NEXT: Tuesday, April 18 vs—Wabash (Crawfordsville, Indiana) 4:00 PM
- Wittenberg came out of the gates slow, as Shy connected on a pass from Noah Moderwell, serving as the Tigers lone goal in quarter number one.
- Moderwell had his hand in on the next three Tiger goals in quarter number two, scoring the first unassisted, followed by assisting on the second to Shy, and then scoring the third while the Scots were down a man off of a pass from Jack Straham.
- David Strahm managed to break the tie right after the half, scoring unassisted with 13:20 remaining in the quarter, as the Tigers led 6-5.
- Gerald Coyle scored with 50 seconds remaining in the third, as Wittenberg extended their lead to 9-6.
- Michael Coyle put the finishing touches on the win for Wittenberg, scoring two unassisted goals with less than five minutes remaining in regulation, as the Tigers cruised to a 13-7 victory.
- Wooster turned the ball over 21 times on Saturday, as Strahm caused four in the win.
- Wittenberg scooped up 44 ground-balls as a team on the road, as Anthony LeBarge III paced the Tigers with nine.
- The Tigers outshot the Fighting Scots on Saturday, recording 51 total shots as Shy and Moderwell combined for 12 shots on goal.