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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: March 21, 2007
PORTLAND, Maine --- The Colby College men's lacrosse team tied the game late in regulation, but Sean Panora (South Windsor, Conn.) scored with 1:52 left in the overtime session to lift the Keene State College men's lacrosse team to a 9-8 victory in a non-conference game at Portland's Fitzpatrick Stadium on Wednesday.
Panora finished with three goals and one assist for the Owls (3-0).
Keene State led 4-0 after the opening quarter, but the Mules (1-2) got going in the second quarter and only trailed 6-5 at halftime. After the two teams both scored twice in the third quarter, Colby's Dan Schupack (Cheshire, Conn.) tallied with just 44 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime.
Schupack finished with three goals and teammate Caddy Brooks (Darien, Conn.) added three assists. Whit McCarthy (Darien, Conn.) and Ryan Scott (Columbia, N.J.) both had a pair of goals.
Colby goaltender Alex Farmer (Madison, Conn.) made 18 saves.
Keene State 9, Colby 8, OT
Keene State 4#2#2#0#1----9
Goals-Assists: Keene State: Sean Panora 3-1, Peter Lauranzano 2-2, Ryan Hazelton 3-0, Mike LeSage 1-1, Tony Santa Fe 0-1, Ronnie Ward 0-1. Colby: Dan Schupack 3-0, Caddy Brooks 0-3, Whit McCarthy 2-0, Ryan Scott 2-0, Todd Boertzel 1-1.
Goalies: Matt Johnson (KS, 12 saves); Alex Farmer (Colby, 18 saves).