SALISBURY, Md. -- With a little more than 2 minutes left in overtime, Lynchburg began a barrage of three shots in 45 seconds on the Salisbury defense, but senior goalkeeper Alex Taylor made a low save on the third attempt, and the Gulls quickly cleared the ball up to senior midfielder Greg Korvin.
Korvin took the ball, drove down the ride side past a Hornet defender toward the goal and planted a shot in the right side of the cage with 57 seconds left to lift SU past Lynchburg 12-11 on a snowy Saturday at Sea Gull Stadium.
The final score capped a hat trick for Korvin, as senior attackman Luke Phipps and he each netted three goals to lead the Sea Gulls on the day.
Trailing 9-5 at halftime, the Salisbury offense came alive with a five-goal third quarter, and the defense clamped down on the Lynchburg attack, only allowing two goals in the second half and overtime.