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Rambo! Whipsnakes star scores GW over Waterdogs in Villanova

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Villanova, Pa. — What a homecoming. Maryland Whipsnakes star Matt Rambo scored the game-winner in overtime on Sunday over the Philadelphia Waterdogs. 

Rambo’s goal gave the Whipsnakes a 15-14 win over the Waterdogs during the Philadelphia Waterdogs doubleheader weekend at Villanova Stadium. 

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This was the Whipsnakes’ first win of the season. The team is 1-2 overall. 

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The Waterdogs have yet to win a game this season. During their doubleheader weekend, the Waterdogs lost each game in overtime. 

They were defeated 12-11 by the Boston Cannons on Saturday afternoon. 

Rambo, who said he lives about 20 minutes away in Abington, Pennsylvania, played in front of a Philadelphia-area crowd for the first time in a while. He did not play for the Philadelphia Wings in the National Lacrosse League. 

According to sources, the star lacrosse player was reportedly in a contract dispute, which is why he did not play at the Wells Fargo Center in the winter. 

Colin Heacock, Matthew Dunn, and TJ Malone led the Whipsnakes with two goals each. Jackson Merrill, Kevin Winkoff, Jack Koras, and Colin Squires had a goal each.
Zed Williams and Mike Chanenchuk tallied a two-point goal each for the Maryland-based team. 

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Joseph Nardello was a perfect 31 of 31 in the face-off. 

Whipsnakes keeper Brendan Krebs made 13 saves. He had a 48.1% save percentage. 

Zach Currier and Michael Sowers led the Waterdogs with 3 goals each. Jake Carraway and Kieran McArdle had two goals each. 

Ethan Walker, Ryan Conrad, Matt Brandau, and Connor Kelly had one goal each. 

Unlike the Whipsnakes, the Waterdogs did not have a two-point goal. 

The Waterdogs had six players used in the face-off. Like the other teams playing on Sunday, the team did not have a normal face-off guy. 

Waterdogs head coach Bill Tierney used multiple players. Charlie Hayes, Conrad, Christian Scarpello, Currier, Jake Richard, and Matt Whitcher each took face-offs. 

Waterdogs goalie Dillon Ward made 17 saves. He had a 56.7% save percentage.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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