LEWISBURG, Pa. — Andrew Mavis and Andras Levai totaled eight goals apiece as the No. 14-ranked George Washington University Colonials took down Division III No. 10 Johns Hopkins University 16-7, and Salem University, 21-10, to wrap-up participation at the 2019 Bucknell University Invitational.
In the day’s opener, a seven-goal first quarter sent the Colonials on their way to a comfortable win over Johns Hopkins.
Mavis scored three of his team-high five goals in the opening period, helping the Buff and Blue build an early five-goal lead. The Blue Jays never got closer than four the rest of the way.
Levai added three goals, three assists and three steals, while Nick Schroeder tallied a goal and a team-high four helpers.
Matt Taylor piled up 18 saves in the victory, plus a steal, in leading a GW defense that limited Johns Hopkins to two goals after halftime.
Against Salem, Levai recorded five goals to lead nine GW scorers as the Colonials dispatched the Tigers in the weekend finale.
The Buff and Blue grabbed control with seven goals in the opening period and then pulled away late with nine scores in the fourth. They led 12-7 before growing the advantage with their explosive final quarter.
Schroeder scored four times in the victory with Mavis (three goals), Blosser (three) and Kralj (two) also producing multi-goal efforts. Yardley, Simonti, Bender Russo and Nicholas Polydefkis scored in the victory, as well.
Simonti led the defensive effort with three field blocks and a steal, while Taylor tallied five saves in net.
Release courtesy George Washington University Athletics Communications