FROSTBURG, Md. -- Led by a career-high 22-save performance from senior goalie Tyler Haines, Frostburg State beat Greensboro 13-10 on Sunday.

Haines saved at least five shots in every quarter, including seven in the second stanza.

On the offensive end, Devon Stailey powered the attack, scoring four goals while tossing in an assist for the Bobcats (8-4). His brother, Nick, and Devin Colegrove both netted two goals apiece.

The Bobcats put together an impressive five-goal second quarter to counter being outscored in the first, 3-2.

In the second frame, the score was knotted at 4 at the five-minute mark. Kreigh Kirby broke the tie three minutes later from a dish from Greg Bourne to give Frostburg the lead.

FSU struck again just 11 seconds later as Colegrove scored a man-up goal off an assist from Chris Rios.

Ryan Serio set up Devon Stailey for the final goal of the Bobcats' second-quarter run, while Greensboro notched two goals in the last minute to trim Frostburg's lead to 7-6.

Much like the second frame, Frostburg controlled the offensive end in the third period, scoring three consecutive goals and only allowing one goal in the final minute.

Both teams registered three goals in the final frame.

Justin Pearson paced the way for the Pride (4-9) with two goals and goalie Mitchell Kanowicz notched nine saves in the loss.