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CCC SEMIFINALS: Sudora’s Triple OT Game-Winner Lifts No. 2 Endicott Past No. 3 Roger Williams, 12-11

BEVERLY, Mass. – Endicott junior attack Mike Sudora (Monroe, Conn.) buried the game-winning goal with 40-seconds remaining in triple overtime to lift the second-seeded Gulls past third-seeded Roger Williams, 12-11, in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Tournament semifinals on Tuesday evening at Hempstead Stadium.

With roughly 1:10 remaining in the third overtime session, Jack Sutherland (Sudbury, Mass.) picked off a Roger Williams' pass in transition to help set the stage for Sudora's game-winner.

Moments later, Andrew Soucy (Andover, Mass.) initiated the game-winning score when he attacked the cage from the right wing, which created a double on the ball, and, more importantly, left Sudora wide open for the tally that went top-shelf and sent Endicott's entire roster into a frenzy on the field.

Sudora finished the game with five goals and Sutherland came away with a hat-trick in the win.

The Gulls also saw Soucy and Nick Arcadipane (Groveland, Mass.) produce four-point nights via one goal and three assists, while Will Clark (Burnt Hills, N.Y.) and A.J. MacDonald (New Fairfield, Conn.) round out the scoring with one tally apiece.


  • This was the longest game in program history for the Gulls.
  • Endicott improved to 26-5 all-time against Roger Williams.
  • That record includes a 17-2 mark at home versus the Hawks.
  • Tonight's game was the first triple overtime matchup in the history of the series.
  • Only one other game in the all-time series has gone to overtime. That contest was a 9-8 victory for the Gulls on 4/23/16.
  • Roger Williams raced out to a 3-0 lead to begin the contest (12:00-9:16).
  • The largest lead of the matchup came at halftime with Endicott ahead 7-3, at the time.
  • The Hawks tied up the game with 7.5-seconds remaining in regulation after trailing from the 10:30 mark of the second quarter on in the contest.


No. 2 Endicott (11-7) will travel to No. 1 Western New England on Friday, May 3 to play for the CCC Championship at 4 PM. This will be the seventh straight meeting between the two programs for the conference title. Meanwhile, Roger Williams sees its 2019 season come to a close at 12-7 overall. 

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(Photo Credit - David Le '10)