MARCY, N.Y. - On Wednesday the Wildcats hosted the Cobleskill Fighting Tigers in a NEAC matchup. Before the game, the Wildcats took a moment to recognize their nine departing seniors in a game that would be their last at Wildcat Field. The day was a good one for the Cats' who got to celebrate 9 outstanding careers with one last win at home 16-6.
The Wildcats were led to victory by an outstanding offensive game from Tyler Heldt (Cicero, N.Y.) who had seven points on six goals and an assist. The six goal outburst set a career high for Tyler as a Wildcat. He now has a team high 28 goals on the season.
Senior Andrew Wurz (Utica, N.Y.) had a three goal game for the Wildcats. He scored on three of his four shots on goal in the game. He also had a caused turnover in the game.
The Wildcats got a great defensive effort from senior Regan Seydler (Croghan, N.Y.) who recorded a game high six ground balls and a game high four caused turnovers. Seydler is currently tied for second place in the NEAC with 26 caused turnovers this season.
Senior goal keeper R.J. Ferrucci (Rome, N.Y.) earned his fifth win of the year. He made 7 saves in the Wildcat win.
The Wildcats will be back in action on Sunday when they will travel to Bryn Athyn to take on the Lions in a game with big playoff implications for both teams. The Wildcats are currently tied for third place in the NEAC with Cazenovia just a half game behind the two teams. The game is scheduled for 12:00 PM.