Knights rally from a four-goal deficit to secure a 14-9 victory over Cleveland State, marking their second comeback win of the week.

By the Numbers
  • Kyle Playsted led the Knights with three goals and three assists, bringing his total to 107 goals and 104 assists.
  • Benny O'Rourk extended his scoring streak to 36 games and recorded a hat trick with three goals.
  • Jack Bryant, in his first career start, made 12 saves with a .571 save percentage.
  • Grant Guthrie won 13 faceoffs out of 23, contributing significantly to the Knights' victory.
Yes, But

Bellarmine had to overcome 11 penalties in the game, leading to three extra-man goals for Cleveland State.

State of Play
  • Bellarmine has won five of their last six games, placing them fourth in the Atlantic Sun conference with two games remaining in the regular season.
  • The win secures Bellarmine's spot in the ASUN Championship, maintaining their pursuit for the conference title.
What's Next

Bellarmine will face Detroit Mercy next Saturday in their final home game and will honor departing seniors during Career Appreciation Day ceremonies.

Bottom Line

Bellarmine's resilient performance, overcoming deficits and challenges, showcases their determination and potential for success as they head into crucial postseason games.