2005 Quick Recaps

Vs. #3 Messiah College – Lost 4-0      Box Score

Moravian closed out its 2005 season with a 4-0 loss to nationally-ranked Messiah College in Commonwealth Conference action at Betty Prince Field. The Falcons, ranked third in this week’s Styx/NFHCA Top 20 poll, took a 1-0 lead in the 15th minute. Messiah would extend the lead to 2-0 in the 21st minute. Both goals were scored on penalty corners. Messiah extended its lead to 3-0 in the 32nd minute. The Falcons scored the only one of the second half in the 50th minute. The Falcons had a 26-6 advantage in shots and a 15-4 edge in penalty corners in the match. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun. Sophomore midfielder Mauri Dallago had one defensive save for the Greyhounds. Moravian has completed the 2005 season with today’s match, and the Greyhounds posted a 5-13 overall record.

#3 Messiah College (16-2, 7-0 Commonwealth) 3 1 -- 4
Moravian College (5-13, 0-7 Commonwealth) 0 0 -- 0

Scoring:
MESS – Lynn Sandowich (Ashley Polet), 14:13
MESS – Lindsey Hunter (Aftan Fisher), 20:5
MESS – Fisher (Hunter), 31:06
MESS – Fisher (Hunter), 49:32

Vs. #13 Lebanon Valley College – Lost 3-2      Box Score

Moravian nearly upset the #13th ranked team in the nation as Lebanon Valley College rallied from a 2-0 deficit with three goals in a nine minute span late in the second half for a 3-2 win over the Greyhounds at Betty Prince Field. Moravian took a 1-0 lead in the 12th minute when senior forward Stacee Cupples scored an unassisted goal off of a rebound. The goal was Cupples 11th of the season and the 30th of her career. Cupples is just the third player in school history to score 30 or more goals in a career. The Greyhounds would have a goal waved off in the 25th minute on a third-man penalty during a Moravian penalty corner. Moravian also had a shot hit the post and bound out-of-bounds in the first half. Cupples was awarded a penalty stroke with 5:45 remaining in the first half after having her stick pulled away on a breakaway. Cupples converted on a shot to the upper right corner of the goal for a 2-0 Greyhound lead. The goal gave Cupples 83 points for her career, passing Tanya Thear for second in school history. The nationally-ranked Flying Dutchmen wouldn't get on the board until the 52nd minute; however, Lebanon Valley would score three times in 9:07 for the victory with two of the goals coming on penalty corners. Lebanon Valley had a 19-7 advantage in shots and a 21-2 edge in penalty corners. The Flying Dutchmen out shot the Greyhounds 14-1 in the second half and had 15 penalty corners to none for Moravian after the intermission. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun made seven saves for the Greyhounds. Senior defender Jill Brinckman and junior defender Kim Gialanella each made defensive saves for the Greyhounds. This was the second straight match in which Moravian saw a two-goal first half lead disappear.

#13 Lebanon Valley College (14-4, 5-2 Commonwealth) 0 3 -- 3
Moravian College (5-12, 0-6 Commonwealth) 2 0 -- 2

Scoring:
MOR - Stacee Cupples (unassisted), 11:36
MOR - Cupples (penalty stroke), 29:15
LVC - Mimi Sullivan (unassisted), 51:53
LVC - Steph Marguglio (unassisted), 58:36
LVC - Marguglio (Claire Behney, Sullivan), 61:00

Vs. Lebanon Valley College – Postponed until October 27th

Moravian's Commonwealth Conference match versus nationally-ranked Lebanon Valley College has been postponed due to expected weather and field conditions. The match will be played on Thursday, October 27th at 4:00 p.m.

At Albright College – Lost 3-2 (overtime)      Box Score

Moravian dropped its final road match of the 2005 season, falling to Albright College, 3-2 in overtime, in Commonwealth Conference action. The Greyhounds jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the ninth minute when senior forward Stacee Cupples scored an unassisted goal on a penalty corner. Cupples would give Moravian a 2-0 lead in the 13th minute with another unassisted goal, her tenth goal of the season and 29th of her career moving Cupples into a tie for third all-time in career goals at Moravian. The Lions would get one goal back before halftime with a tally in the 20th minute. Albright tied the match at the 56 minute mark and won the contest 3:41 into the overtime session. Moravian had a 15-13 advantage in shots while the Lions held a 10-9 edge in penalty corners. Greyhound junior goalie Amanda Gaun made five saves including two in overtime.

Moravian College (5-11, 0-5 Commonwealth) 2 0 0 -- 2
Albright College (8-7, 1-5 Commonwealth) 1 1 1 -- 3

Scoring:
MOR - Stacee Cupples (unassisted), 8:38
MOR - Cupples (unassisted), 12:40
ALB - Brittany Rothermel (Angela Gardner, Lindsay Neal), 19:30
ALB - Jennifer White (Gardner), 56:00
ALB - White (Gardner, Neal), 73:41

At Alvernia College – Lost 1-0     Box Score

The Greyhounds suffered their third straight loss, falling to Alvernia College, 1-0, in non-conference action. The Crusaders scored the only goal of the match in the 21st minute off of a rebounds. Alvernia had a 12-10 advantage in shots and a 5-3 edge in penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun made six saves in the match.

Moravian College (5-10) 0 0 -- 0
Alvernia College (12-4) 1 0 -- 1

Scoring:
ALV - Bechy Macchione (unassisted), 20:56

Vs. Stevens Institute of Technology – Lost 3-1     Box Score

Moravian dropped its second straight match, falling to Stevens Institute of Technology, 3-1, in non-conference action at Betty Prince Field. The Ducks jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute. The Greyhounds tied the match just two minutes later when sophomore midfielder Mauri Dallago netted her first goal of the season off an assist from senior forward Stacee Cupples. Stevens Tech retook the lead with a goal in the 28th minute. The Ducks scored the only goal of the second half in the 55th minute. The Ducks had a 20-9 advantage in shots and a 15-4 edge in penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun made 12 saves in the match.

Stevens Institute of Technology (7-5) 2 1 -- 3
Moravian College (5-9) 1 0 -- 1

Scoring:
ST - Hillary Paul (Jessica Megill), 5:32
MOR - Mauri Dallago (Stacee Cupples), 7:55
ST - Paul (unassisted), 27:55
ST - Valerie Barnhart (unassisted), 54:21

Vs. Messiah College – Postponed until October 29th

Moravian's Commonwealth Conference match versus nationally-ranked Messiah College has been postponed due to expected weather and field conditions. The match will be played on Saturday, October 29th at 1:00 p.m.

Vs. Widener University – Lost 5-2     Box Score

The Greyhounds dropped their fourth Commonwealth Conference match of the season, falling to Widener University, 5-2, in conference action at Betty Prince Field. The Pioneers jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals in the third and sixth minutes. Moravian would cut the lead in half in the 19th minute when freshman forward Nicole Maugle scored her third goal of the season off a pass from sophomore forward Jayme Baker on a penalty corner. Widener would score twice more in the final five minutes of the first half to hold a 4-1 lead at the intermission. Moravian scored first in the second half with Maugle netting her second goal of the match off of an assist by junior forward Elyse Jurgen. However, the Pioneers netted the final goal of the match in the 50th minute. Moravian held a 24-17 advantage in shots and a 12-6 edge in penalty corners. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun made six saves for the Greyhounds.

Widener University (6-2, 2-1 Commonwealth) 4 1 -- 5
Moravian College (5-8, 0-4 Commonwealth) 1 1 -- 2

Scoring:
WID - Shannon Phelps (Missy Pappas), 2:11
WID - Mallory Meyer (Jamie Carr), 5:07
MOR - Nicole Maugle (Jayme Baker), 18:46
WID - Pappas (unassisted), 30:58
WID - Nikki Bosso (Erica Rose), 33:17
MOR - Maugle (Elyse Jurgen), 36:30
WID - Phelps (Pappas), 50:56

Vs. University of Scranton – Won 4-1     Box Score

Moravian defeated the University of Scranton in non-conference action at Betty Prince Field behind a pair of goals by sophomore forward Jayme Baker. Freshman forward Nicole Maugle opened the scoring for Moravian with her second goal of the season off an assist by senior forward Stacee Cupples. The assist was Cupples' school-record 20th of her career. Baker added goals in the 30th and 62nd minutes, her fifth and sixth goals of the season, to help Moravian build a 3-0 lead. Sophomore forward Savannah Bayer assisted on the second of Baker's goals. Scranton scored in the 68th minute. Cupples tallied her team-leading eight goal of the season and the 27th of her career with no time on the clock off a pass by junior forward Jennifer Gassner as the Greyhounds finished out a penalty corner. Moravian had a 23-15 advantage in shots and a 13-8 edge on penalty corners. Greyhound junior goalie Amanda Gaun had eight saves while Royal goalie Kristina Goetz made ten stops.

University of Scranton (5-4) 0 1 -- 1
Moravian College (5-7) 2 2 -- 4

Scoring:
MOR - Nicole Maugle (Stacee Cupples), 2:58
MOR - Jayme Baker (unassisted), 29:45
MOR - Baker (Savannah Bayer), 61:20
UofS - Diana Rocklein (unassisted), 67:52
MOR - Cupples (Jennifer Gassner), 70:00

At Philadelphia Biblical University – Lost 5-3        Box Score

The Greyhounds dropped a 5-3 decision at Philadelphia Biblical University in non-conference action. The Crimson Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the fourth minute, but the Greyhounds would tie the match at 1-1 in the 23rd minute on an unassisted goal by sophomore forward Jayme Baker, her fourth goal of the season. Philadelphia Biblical scored twice more to lead 3-1 at the intermission. The Crimson Eagles extended their lead to 4-1 in the 51st minute. Moravian would net the next two goals with senior forward Stacee Cupples scoring both of them for her sixth and seventh goals of the season. Sophomore forward Erica Spatz assisted on the final goal. The Crimson Eagles added a final goal in the 69th minute. Philadelphia Biblical had a 26-12 advantage in shots while Moravian held an 8-5 edge in penalty corners. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun had nine saves for the Greyhounds.

Moravian College (4-7) 1 2 -- 3
Philadelphia Biblical University (7-1) 3 2 -- 5

Scoring:
PBU - Stacey Messick (Brittany Sparling), 3:51
MOR - Jayme Baker (unassisted), 22:09
PBU - Messick (Mandy Stickler), 33:28
PBU - Sparling (penalty stroke), 34:39
PBU - Stickler (Sparling), 50:15
MOR - Stacee Cupples (unassisted), 58:19
MOR - Cupples (Erica Spatz), 64:27
PBU - Jaclyn Myers (Kim Diercks), 68:15

At Gwynedd-Mercy College – Won 2-1    Box Score

Moravian stopped a two-match losing streak with a 2-1 victory at Gwynedd-Mercy College in non-conference action. The Greyhounds took a 1-0 lead in the 23rd minute on an unassisted goal by senior forward Stacee Cupples. The Griffins tied the match in the 41st minute on an unassisted goal. Sophomore forward Erica Spatz scored the winning goal for Moravian in the 63rd minute off an assist from sophomore forward Savannah Bayer. Moravian had a 9-3 advantage in shots and a 5-4 edge in penalty corners in the match. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun made two saves in the victory for Moravian.

Moravian College (4-6) 1 1 -- 2
Gwynedd-Mercy College (5-6) 0 1 -- 1

Scoring:
MOR - Stacee Cupples (unassisted), 22:07
GMC - Janine Reiner (unassisted), 40:38
MOR - Erica Spatz (Savannah Bayer), 62:05

At Juniata College – Lost 2-1    Box Score

The Greyhounds dropped their third Commonwealth Conference match of the season, falling at Juniata College, 2-1. The Eagles took a 1-0 lead in the 19th minute. Moravian would tie the match in the 61st minute on the second goal of the season by junior forward Jennifer Gassner off an assist by senior forward Stacee Cupples. Juniata would score the game-winning goal six minutes later for the victory. The Eagles had a 31-6 advantage in shots and an 18-4 edge in penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun had 10 saves in the match.

Moravian College (3-6, 0-3 Commonwealth) 0 1 -- 1
Juniata College (3-5, 1-1 Commonwealth) 1 1 -- 2

Scoring:
JUN - Michelle Campbell (Elise Zimmerman), 18:41
MOR - Jennifer Gassner (Stacee Cupples), 60:06
JUN - Kim Wagner (Meredith Low), 66:29

Vs. King's College – Lost 5-3    Box Score

Moravian dropped a 5-3 non-conference match to #20 King's College at Betty Prince Field. The Greyhounds fell behind 1-0 in the sixth minute but would tie the match right back at 1-1 in the ninth minute on the fourth goal of the season by senior forward Stacee Cupples with an assist from sophomore forward Savannah Bayer. King's, which remains undefeated on the season, took another one-goal lead in the 14th minute but the Greyhounds answered again in the 16th minute to tie the contest at 2-2. Sophomore forward Jayme Baker had the goal for Moravian, her third of the season, of a shot by Cupples. The Monarchs edged ahead 3-2 in the 49th minute. Moravian would tie the contest for a third time just 30 seconds later when junior forward Elyse Jurgen scored her second goal of the season off another Cupples pass. King's would take the lead for good in the 51st minute and add the final goal in the 61st minute. The Monarchs had a 21-10 advantage in shots and a 13-7 edge in penalty corners. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun made 15 saves for the Greyhounds.

#20 King's College (8-0) 2 3 -- 5
Moravian College (3-5) 2 1 -- 3

Scoring:
KINGS - Lindsay Sabo (Suzanne Thompson), 5:30
MOR - Stacee Cupples (Savannah Bayer), 8:02
KINGS - Sabo (Jen Gimble), 13:28
MOR - Jayme Baker (Cupples), 15:26
KINGS - Sabo (Karen Harp), 48:28
MOR - Elyse Jurgen (Cupples), 48:59
KINGS - Debbie Wychock (unassisted), 50:47
KINGS - Thompson (Christina Glenn), 60:40

at Delaware Valley College – Won 4-1    Box Score

The Greyhounds scored three times in the second half as Moravian went on to defeat host Delaware Valley College, 4-1, in a non-conference game. The win snapped a two-game losing streak for Moravian. The Greyhounds notched the lone goal of the first half as sophomore forward Savannah Bayer connected off an assist from junior forward Elyse Jurgen for Bayer's third goal of the season. Moravian then scored the first three goals of the second stanza to up the lead to 4-0. Senior forward Stacee Cupples found the cage just less than seven minutes into the half for her third goal of the year off an assist from junior forward Jen Gassner. Jurgen followed with her first goal of the season off a feed from sophomore midfielder Erica Spatz and sophomore forward Jayme Baker finished the scoring for the Greyhounds with her second goal of the year off an assist from freshman midfielder/forward Laura Scaduto. Delaware Valley’s lone tally came with 1:14 remaining in the contest. Moravian held a 20-12 advantage in shots and an 11-7 edge in penalty corners. Amanda Gaun stopped eight shots, en route to her third victory for the Greyhounds.

Moravian College (3-4) 1 3 -- 4
Delaware Valley College (4-2) 0 1 -- 1

Scoring:
MOR - Savannah Bayer (Elysen Jurgen), 17:00
MOR - Stacee Cupples (Jen Gassner), 41:41
MOR - Jurgen (Erica Spatz), 51:30
MOR - Jayme Baker (Laura Scaduto), 63:00
DVC - Michelle Cernobyl (Tiffany LaRosa), 68:46

at Elizabethtown College – Lost 3-1    Box Score

Moravian dropped its second straight Commonwealth Conference match, falling to Elizabethtown College, 3-1. The Blue Jays took a commanding 3-0 lead in the matches' first 20 minutes. The Greyhounds' lone goal was scored in the 45th minute when freshman forward Nicole Maugle put the ball in the back of the cage off a rebound for an unassisted goal. Elizabethtown had a 15-10 advantage in shots and a 10-8 edge in penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun had eight saves in the match.

Moravian College (2-4, 0-2 Commonwealth) 0 1 -- 1
Elizabethtown College (5-2, 1-1 Commonwealth) 3 0 -- 3

Scoring:
ETOWN - Val Bawell (unassisted), 7:36
ETOWN - Mel Slessinger (Laura Rinck), 14:36
ETOWN - Slessinger (Kelsey Diehl), 19:56
MOR - Nicole Maugle (unassisted), 44:40

Vs. Susquehanna University – Lost 3-1    Box Score

The Greyhounds dropped their first Commonwealth Conference match of 2005, falling to Susquehanna University, 3-1, at Betty Prince Field in the first conference contest for both teams. The Crusaders took an early 2-0 lead before Moravian scored. Junior forward Jennifer Gassner netted the Greyhounds' lone goal, putting a rebound in the back of the cage in the 23rd minute of the match. The Crusaders, who had a third goal of the first half disallowed, scored the only goal of the second half. Susquehanna had a 20-4 advantage in shots and a 9-5 edge in penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun had 13 saves in the match while sophomore defender Taranae Hashemi added a defensive save for the Greyhounds.

Susquehanna University (2-3, 1-0 Commonwealth) 2 1 -- 3
Moravian College (2-3, 0-1 Commonwealth) 1 0 -- 1

Scoring:
SUS - Jenni Iacovone (unassisted), 10:40
SUS - Abby Dunlap (Katie Gallagher), 16:47
MOR - Jennifer Gassner (unassisted), 22:15
SUS - Becki Nash (Kristen Epting), 53:45

Vs. FDU-Florham – Won 2-1    Box Score

Moravian won its second straight home match with a 2-1 non-conference victory over FDU-Florham at Betty Prince Field. The Greyhounds scored both of their goals in the first half. Sophomore forward Savannah Bayer tallied an unassisted goal in the 21st minute while senior forward Stacee Cupples netted the game-winning goal off an assist from sophomore forward Jayme Baker in the 26th minute. The Devils goal came in the second half with 26 minutes remaining in the contest. FDU-Florham had an 18-15 advantage in shots while both teams had nine penalty corners. Moravian junior goalie Amanda Gaun made 15 saves in the victory.

FDU-Florham (2-3) 0 1 -- 1
Moravian College (2-2) 2 0 -- 2

Scoring:
MOR - Savannah Bayer (unassisted), 20:10
MOR - Stacee Cupples (Jayme Baker), 25:18
FDU - Caroline Garguilo (Marie Mazzocchi), 44:00

Vs. DeSales University – Won 3-1    Box Score

The Greyhounds earned their first victory of the 2005 season in their first home match, defeating DeSales University, 3-1, in non-conference action at Betty Prince Field. DeSales took a 1-0 lead at the 4:21 mark. Moravian tied the match on an unassisted goal by sophomore forward Jayme Baker off a rebound at the 19:46 mark. The Greyhounds took the lead for good with just over nine minutes remaining in the first half when sophomore forward Savannah Bayer tipped in a shot from senior forward Stacee Cupples. Cupples tallied her first goal of the season with just over 11 minutes remaining in the contest off an assist by junior forward Jennifer Gassner. Moravian had a 14-12 advantage in shots and both teams had 12 penalty corners. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun made eight saves for the Greyhounds for her first win of the season.

DeSales University (3-1) 1 0 -- 1
Moravian College (1-2) 2 1 -- 3

Scoring:
DSU - Gina Malatesta (unassisted), 4:21
MOR - Jayme Baker (unassisted), 19:46
MOR - Savannah Bayer (Stacee Cupples), 25:54
MOR - Cupples (Jennifer Gassner), 58:44

At Muhlenberg College – Lost 1-0   Box Score

Moravian suffered its second straight shutout of the 2005 season, falling to rival Muhlenberg College, 1-0, in an evening match at Scotty Wood Stadium in Allentown. The Greyhounds had just five shots in the match with two by senior forward Stacee Cupples. Junior goalie Amanda Gaun had seven stops for the Greyhounds while senior defender Jill Brinckman had a defensive save for Moravian.

Moravian College (0-2) 0 0 -- 0
Muhlenberg College (3-0) 0 1 -- 1

Scoring:
MUHL - LisaAnn Polt (Adrienne Verbich), 51:03

At Kean University of New Jersey – Lost 2-0   Box Score

The Greyhounds opened the 2005 season with a 2-0 loss at Kean University of New Jersey. The two squads played a scoreless first half before Kean scored in the 27th minute and the 44th minute for the victory. Moravian was able to manage just two shots in the match while Kean fired 16 shots at junior goalie Amanda Gaun, who had five saves in the match. Senior forward Stacee Cupples and sophomore forward Jayme Baker had shots for the Greyhounds.

Moravian College (0-1) 0 0 -- 0
Kean University of New Jersey (2-0) 0 2 -- 2

Scoring:
KEAN - Cherie McNellis (Katie Burrini; Allison Green), 36:30
KEAN - Green (Vicki Egerer), 43:04