Men's Lacrosse Earned Last Second Win Over Sewanee

Men's Lacrosse Earned Last Second Win Over Sewanee

ROME, Ga. – Cory Hall scored with one second left in regulation as Berry College defeated Sewanee, 11-10, on Saturday.

"I just heard someone say 'seven seconds left' and took it from behind to the goal," said Hall, who scored five goals in the contest.

Berry improved to 9-3 and 4-1 in the Southern Athletic Association. Sewanee dropped to 9-3 and 4-1. The Vikings, Tigers and Centre all have one conference loss.

"We've been looking for a signature win for our program, and this is it," said Berry Head Coach Chris Delfausse. "I can't say enough about Jordan Bormean's (18 saves) play. He had a number of point-blank saves. Without him, we lose by four or five goals today."

Max Smerka had three goals and Bryan Byers added three points (one goal, two assists) for the home team.

BC led 5-3 after the first period. The visitors tallied twice in the second quarter and the game was 5-5 at halftime. The Vikings outscored Sewanee 5-2 in the final stanza.

Berry led in shots (48-40), ground balls (33-31) and each team won 11 face offs.

Tommy Healy stopped 14 shots for the Tigers. Davis Brown and Reed Daniel both netted two goals for UOS.

Berry plays at Birmingham-Southern on Friday night at 7 p.m.