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Ice hockey upended by Southern New Hampshire, 4-2

Ice hockey upended by Southern New Hampshire, 4-2

WARMINSTER, Pa. – The Bryn Athyn College men's ice hockey suffered a 4-2 loss to Southern New Hampshire on Saturday on in the Revolution Ice Gardens.

The Lions (1-3-0) fell behind 3-0 at the 7:22 mark of the second period after Kyle Galloway tipped-in a Jake Cox pass in the slot for the Penmen's third goal.

Then, Bryn Athyn rallied later in the period with a pair of goals 91 seconds apart to close the gap to 3-2. Devon Becker put the Lions on the board with a power-play goal, his second on the man-advantage of the weekend, at the 14:15 mark with a wrist shot in the high slot through traffic. Isaac Anderson and Zach Pamaylao assisted on Becker's second goal of the year.

Tanner Schroeder brought the Lions within one as he skated into the slot and beat Kurt Gutting to his low-glove side at 15:46. Nick Malvasi picked up an assist on the goal, Schroeder's second of the season.

Joseph Berardi restored the two-goal lead for Southern New Hampshire (1-1-1) with a shot that went over the glove of McKenzie Chalmers at the 3:31 mark of the third period. Travis Quigley notched an assist by feeding Berardi the puck in the slot from the near boards.

The Penmen led 1-0 after the opening period on an Andy Somerville goal at the 6:40 mark with assists from Dominic DiMambro and Griffin Connor. Charlie Davis doubled the advantage in the second period after stealing the puck from a Lion defender in the Bryn Athyn end of the ice.

Gutting finished with 29 saves for the Penmen, while Chalmers stopped 24 shots for the Lions.

Bryn Athyn was 1-for-7 on the power play and Southern New Hampshire went 0-for-2. The Penmen own a 36-35 edge in faceoffs.

Bryn Athyn goes back on the road to face SUNY Fredonia on Friday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m.