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May 12, 2014

Albright rally stuns FSU, 14-13

FROSTBURG — Frostburg State suffered a heart breaking 14-13 loss to Albright College in the CAC Men’s Mid-Atlantic Championship game on Sunday afternoon at Bobcat Stadium.

The Lions (13-6) trailed by four goals midway through the second quarter but rallied to tie the game at 10-10 early in the third. Frostburg (14-6) later tied the game at 11 and juniors Greg Bourne and Spencer Barnett scored backto- back goals to open the fourth to put the Bobcats back in front 13-12.

Albright, however, scored the final two goals to pull out the victory. Phil Potter (6:51) and Andrew Potter (2:49) scored the game’s final two goals to complete the comeback. Phil Potter finished with six goals and was named the
Pacific CAC Mid-Atlantic Championship Most Outstanding Player.

Junior Devin Colegrove led the Bobcats with one goal and four assists. He handed out two assists during a 4-0 FSU run in the second quarter as it built an 8-5 lead with 8:33 to play. Colegrove found the net at 7:20 and junior Chris Rios scored at 6:45 as the Bobcats built their lead to 10-6 midway through the second.

Bourne finished with two goals and two assists, while senior Ryan Serio scored two goals and added an assist. Senior Billy Lark won 12 of 21 faceoffs and scooped up nine ground balls and senior goalie Tyler Haines stopped 13 shots.

The Lions, who captured their second-straight ECAC Mid-Atlantic Championship, outshot Frostburg 44-29 and held a 45-37 edge in ground balls. Derek Stump finished with two goals and two assists, while Darian Meador picked up nine ground balls.

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