Trinity College 3, Connecticut College 2
Murray, Veronesi Tally Second Period Scores for Camels
NEW LONDON, Conn.--The Connecticut College men's hockey team put together a second period rally to erase a two-goal deficit but it was not enough as Zachary Lomabardi (Locust Valley, N.Y.) scored with 2:47 remaining in regulation to lift the Trinity College Bantams to a 3-2 victory at Dayton Arena Sunday.
The Bantams even their record at 7-7-1 and are 4-5-1 in conference play. The Camels fall to 4-10-2 with a 2-7-1 mark in the NESCAC.
Will Gray (Wellesley, Mass.) and Michael DiCenso (Greenville, R.I.) contributed first period goals for Trinity College.
Sophomore Benjamin Coulthard (South Windsor, Conn.) made 29 saves in goal for the winning side.
Connecticut College junior Sean Murray (Stamford, Conn.) and sophomore Keith Veronesi (South Glastonbury, Conn.) supplied second period goals for the Camels, who out-shot the visitors 32-to-31 in the game.
Marcus Calvanico (Flower Mound, Tex.) collected 15 of his 29 saves in the opening period of action to complete the weekend with 70 saves in two starts between the pipes.
The Camels cashed in on a 5-on-3 situation to pull even with the visitors at the 9:56 mark in the middle period.
Veronesi netted his seventh goal of the season. Kevin Reich (Montvale, N.J.) assisted on the goal. Sean Curran (Wilmette, Ill.) also assisted with his league leading 16th helper of the season.
The Camels held a 13-to-10 advantage on the shot chart in the third period. But with 2:47 remaining, Lombardi put the Bantams on top with the difference making goal.
Trinity was able to hold on for the 3-2 victory.
January 22, 2012