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Attack Takes Bite Out Of Landsharks

03/09/2002, 10:59am EST
By National Lacrosse League

COLUMBUS--Dan Teat scored four goals and Gary Rosyski had a hat trick to lead the Albany Attack past the Columbus Landsharks 20-15 Saturday at Nationwide Arena.

After staying even at 5-5 through the first quarter, Albany pulled away with a run of six unanswered goals to open the second. Nick Trudeau broke the tie at 1:42, and added an unassisted goal at 6:00, after tallies by Rosyski (3:37) and Jamie Grimoldby (5:32). Josh Sanderson and Cam Woods also scored before Cory Kahoun broke the Landsharks' scoring drought at 9:05. The Attack piled on with two more goals, by Mike Regan and Mark Cochrane, before the
intermission. The Landsharks' Gewas Schindler closed out the second quarter scoring with 1:19 left on the clock and the Attack up 13-7.

Albany's onslaught continued after the intermission, with goals by Grimoldby at 5:06, Regan 53 seconds later, and Teat at 10:03. Kahoun's tally at 10:24 was reclaimed by Albany's Shaydon Santos at 12:22, 26 seconds before Rosyski netted his third of the game.

The Landsharks rallied in the final 15 minutes, outscoring Albany 7-2 including three goals by Spencer Martin, but the comeback fell short.

Teat collected three assists to go with his four goals. Sanderson and Regan each finished with two goals and two assists for Albany. Martin and Schindler led the way for Columbus with four goals each. Schindler also had one assist.

Winning goalie Rob Blasdell stopped 32 of 47 Columbus shots.

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