Junior Robbie Campbell scored a career-high four goals and Timmy Trenkle added three as No. 14 Stony Brook beat Hartford, 10-8, in an America East men's lacrosse game Saturday night in West Hartford, Conn.
The Seawolves (6-3, 2-0) outscored Hartford 7-2 in the fourth quarter, recording the final three goals to erase an 8-7 deficit. Campbell scored four unassisted goals in the quarter. "I saw a lot open up and got some scoring chances," he said. "Coach put me in on offense and I did what I think I do best."
Trenkle tied the score at 6-6 and 7-7, and Russ Bonanno's goal made it 8-8. The Seawolves went ahead for the first time with 8:15 left on Campbell's third goal. He scored again with 4:51 to play. "Robbie was huge," coach Rick Sowell said. "We saw some things on film that we thought we'd be able to use through Robbie, and his goals turned out to be the turning point."
Goalie Rob Camposa made nine saves, including a point-blank stop with 51 seconds left. Said Sowell, "I'm proud of the guys for showing a lot of grit."
Hartford (7-4, 1-1) led 6-3 after three quarters with the help of three goals from Aiden Genik.