Tigerville, S.C. - Alex Proly led NGU with four goals while the Crusader defense held the Chargers to just 12 shots on goal as NGU cruises to a 16-1 win over Alabama Huntsville.
The Crusaders scored two minutes into the game on Drew Wassenaar's first goal of the game. Bryson Palmer and Sean Lemay tacked on goals with assists from Stephen Townes and Chris Carpenter to give North Greenville a 3-0 lead after one period.
The flood gates opened up in the second period as NGU extended the lead to 8-0. Lemay extended the lead to 4-0 with his second consecutive goal. Bryson Palmer would get in on the action to make the score 5-0 while Carpenter and Andrew Loach would also get in on the action. Palmer would score his second of period two to give NGU the 8-0 halftime advantage.
Alex Proly would get himself in the scoring column early in the third period with a goal to make the score 9-0. The freshman followed it up with his seventh goal of the season to give the Crusaders a 10-0 lead.
The Chargers would find the board at the 8:25 mark as Colton Nall scored on an unassisted shot to cut NGU's lead back to nine points. Matt Somjak would answer for NGU with his third goal of the season to stretch the lead back to 10.
NGU would finish off the chargers with five unanswered goals including two more from Proly and Drew Wassenaar's second of the game. Loach and Warren would also get in on the action as NGU improved its record to 3-3 on the season.
Loach and Sean Lemay had two goals each while Bryson Palmer finished with three. Chris Carpenter led all players with three assists while Palmer and Wassenaar led NGU with 10 ground balls each. Matthew Sandoval earned the win in the net with three saves while Matt Murphy finished with nine saves.
North Greenville will head to West Virginia on March 9th to take on Wheeling Jesuit University at 4pm.