Davis Nets Fifth Power Play in Mustangs Loss Versus Buffalo State

Davis Nets Fifth Power Play in Mustangs Loss Versus Buffalo State

REISTERSTOWN, Md. - Stevenson men's ice hockey senior Mike Davis netted his fifth power play goal of the season but the Mustangs allowed four power play goals in a 9-3 non-conference loss versus Buffalo State Saturday evening at Reisterstown Sportsplex.

The nine goals are the most allowed by the Mustangs (5-2-2) in program history while the loss snaps a five game home unbeaten streak. Stevenson, who allowed just five goals in the first five games, have been outscored, 16-7 in the last three.

After falling behind 2-0 in the opening period, Davis scored his team leading seventh goal of the season on assists from freshman Aaron Murray and senior Jordan Watt. It is the fifth assist of the season for Murray while Watt dished out his 10th. Watt has assisted on five of Davis' seven goals this season. Meanwhile, Davis moves eight points shy of 100 for his four-year career after also finishing with an assist.

Senior Doug Rose scored a shorthanded goal in the third period, the team's second in as many games. He was assisted by sophomores Christian Ripley and Jivan Sidhu, who both have a two-game point streak. Late in the third period, sophomore Colton McMenamin scored on assists from sophomore Evan Williams and Davis.

The Mustangs were outshot 33-28, marking the third consecutive game the team was held under 30 shots.

Stevenson returns to action on Friday, December 1 when the Mustangs host a United Collegiate Hockey Conference (UCHC) contest versus Neumann beginning at 7:00 p.m.