MLAX: Guido Wins it for the Wildcats in Overtime.

MLAX: Guido Wins it for the Wildcats in Overtime.

MARCY, N.Y. - Saturday's game was one for the ages between the Wildcats and the SUNY Delhi Broncos. A clutch six-point performance by Brody Guido (North Syracuse, N.Y.) which included a game-winning goal in overtime drove the Wildcats to the win, but it was anything but smooth sailing for the now 2-0 'Cats.


The Wildcats took an early lead with three unanswered goals to open up the game. It looked like it would be a dominant performance early, but then the wheels fell off. Delhi scored four goals to close out the first half and scored the only two goals of the third quarter to take a 6-3 lead into the fourth quarter. The Wildcats were in scramble mode, trying to find a spark on the offensive side of the field. Luckily the Wildcats answered the bell in the form of a 5-2 run to close out regulation, forcing a decisive overtime period. The game-winning, walk-off goal would come under a minute into overtime when Brody Guido found a seam on the right side, drove towards the goal, and buried his shot bottom left to win the game.



  • Brody Guido led all players with six points on three goals and three assists. He scored the game-winner and had a ground ball in the win.
  • Bennett Smith (Monroe, N.Y.) scored a pair of goals for the Wildcats. He also had three groundballs.
  • Robert Pollock (Fulton, N.Y.) and Blaine Benner (Colonie, N.Y.) led the defense for the Wildcats. The duo had three caused turnovers each in the game.
  • Matthew Johnson (Amsterdam, N.Y.) improved to 2-0 on the season in goal. He made 12 saves for SUNY Poly.
  • For Delhi, Brandon McGrath led his team with four points on two goals and two assists.
  • James Sulivan had 11 saves in goal but was tagged with the loss.
  • Logan Bauer scored twice for the Broncos and had three groundballs.
  • Zachary Seebach had a game-high five caused turnovers.



The Wildcats will continue their homestand on Saturday, April 3rd when they take on the Cobleskill Fighting Tigers in North Atlantic Conference play. The game is scheduled for a 1:00 PM start. It will be streamed on SPSN. No spectators will be permitted.




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