Bath Wins in Overtime

- NOTES:  Bath scored the final four goals of the game including the game winner in overtime to defeat Waterloo 8-7. This was the first win for the Rams since 2012 and this was only their third win against the Indians in program history. The game winning goal was scored by Connor Cupp with an assist from Patrick Brewer with 0:20 remaining in the first overtime period.

Waterloo scored three of the first four goals to take an early lead which they held until the third quarter. Waterloo's largest lead was three goals (7-4) with 4:54 remaining in the third quarter. The Indians did not score for the final 16:54. Jaymin Mateo was the leading scorer for the Indians with 4g-1a. Bath kept slowly scoring throughout the final sixteen minutes.

Brewer added his third goal of the night to finish out the third quarter. Cupp scored his second to bring the game within one and Tyler Finch scored the game tying goal. Bruce Rinker assisted Finch with 2:16 left in regulation to tie the game and force overtime. In overtime, the Rams won the opening draw and had multiple opportunities on the cage. Senior goalie Mark Campbell stepped up with three big saves in overtime. He finished the game with 15 saves (65%) for the Indians. Waterloo only had a single shot in overtime and it failed to hit the cage. Cupp's game winning goal was scored during a man-up opportunity for the Rams.

In the cage for Bath, Trey Kinner played three quarters and recorded 8 saves. Jacob Cupp came in at the start of the final quarter and finished into overtime with 3 saves and no goals allowed. Brewer finished undefeated (7/7) at the face off draw and had a team leading 10 ground balls.

 



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