Haven - Season 5
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The depth and complexity of the mythology greases the action as writers seem bound by unreal time to wrap the mess of loose ends into tidy knots before their time runs out. Perhaps the best thing about owning the discs is the ability to go back over the scenes to understand all of the detail, connections, ramifications and resolutions crammed into the episodes. Rather than previous season standalone trouble-of-the-week stories, the full final season weaves together a mesh of all that has come before.
Also this season, as first reported by TVLine, Laura Mennell (Alphas) joins the cast in the recurring role of Dr. Erin Reid Charlotte Cross, a brilliant CDC epidemiologist who fears that Haven is on the verge of a deadly outbreak.
Tallying its best season ever in social mentions and Twitter activity, Haven's recently wrapped fourth season was up 11% among Adults 18-34 (314,000) and up 3% year-to-year among Adults 18-49 (926,000). Overall, Haven averaged 1.1 million Adults 25-54 and 2.3 million viewers per week and ranked second in Adults 18-49 and Adults 25-54 among original cable series in its Friday 10PM ET/PT time slot. (All data Live +7).
Last year, despite a decline in ratings, Syfy renewed Haven for a super-sized fifth season. Many have suspected that this will mean the end for the TV show. Will the ratings fall, ensuring that the show will be cancelled, or will they rise and lead to a season six renewal Stay tuned.
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COACH QUOTE [Jim McKinnon on today's performance and opening the season] "We really showed a lot of character after losing the first game and coming back to take the second one. It was the first games we played after seven weeks of straight practice. We had great pitching performances by 'Sange' [Milardo] and Natalie [Amato], and big hits as well. We will be ready for Mitchell on Tuesday."
The Lady Eagles got another tremendous effort from its stingy-defensive unit. Lock Haven allows just 5.59 goals per game and today's shutdown marked the 13th time this season the Lady Eagles have held a team to six or fewer goals.
Individually, goalie Chrissy Baffuto led the charge from the back with arguably her best game of the season. She finished with seven saves, including a pair of point-blank stops midway through the first half.
The Lady Eagles opened the scoring just 1:09 into the game on Dingler's 28th goal of the season. Less than five minutes into the contest, it was 3-0 Lock Haven, as Dingler scored two of The Haven's first three goals in the game.
Five Lakers scored in double-digits with Michael Bradley and Jeff Planutis being tied for the team lead with 13. Sean Fullerton finished with 11 for a season-high on 4-5 shooting from the floor while a trio of his makes came from deep. Nicholas Lang once again had his handprints all over this one with eight points and a team-high 10 rebounds while getting one block and a pair of steals. Mercyhurst's defense proved to be stout once again as Lock Haven could only muster a 10-28 line in the second half from the floor while going 3-12 from three.
LAST TIME OUT- The Big Green fell, 11-8, in its final non-conference game of the season on Wednesday to visiting Albany.- Elizabeth Mastrio, Kellen D'Alleva and Katie Bourque all scored twice in the game to lead Dartmouth. Mastrio and Bourque registered three points on the afternoon as they both picked up one assist as well.- Cara DePippo and Kierra Sweeney each notched one goal, while DePippo finished with a pair of points.
SCOUTING THE BULLDOGS- Yale comes into the game with a .500 overall record at 7-7 thanks to losses at Columbia (15-14) and at home to Princeton (17-9) in its last two games.- Senior Hope Hanley leads the entire Ivy League with 72 points and 44 assists, while scoring 28 goals herself.- Tess McEvoy is fourth in the Ancient Eight in both goals (38) and points (54), giving the Elis a formidable one-two punch at the top of their lineup.- Izzy Nixon's 71 draw controls rank second in the conference behind only Kathryn Giroux's 91.- Sydney Marks is one of six Ivy goalkeepers with more than one hundred saves so far this season, turning aside 106 to rank fifth in the league. Her 12.23 goals against average is eighth as is her save percentage of .433.
AGAINST YALE- Saturday's game marks the 40th all-time matchup between the Big Green and Bulldogs dating back to the 1977 season.- Dartmouth holds a 25-14 advantage in the all-time series after last season's 10-5 win in Hanover.- The Big Green bested Yale by five on April 16 of last season thanks to a four-goal effort from Jaclyn Leto '16 and a hat trick from Elizabeth Mastrio. Courtney Weisse was the only player on either team with multiple assists, finishing the game with two. Kierra Sweeney and Taryn Deck also return to the rivalry after scoring once in last season's victory.
30-POINT SCORERS- There are 23 players this season amongst the Ivy League schools who have amassed 30 or more points. Dartmouth joins Cornell, Penn, Princeton and Yale as the schools that have three players included, while Columbia leads the way with four players with 30 or more points this season.- The Big Green players on the list include Courtney Weisse (38, 15th in the Ivy League), Elizabeth Mastrio (35, 20th) and Cara DePippo (30, 23rd).
13 SHY- No jinx, but Kathryn Giroux needs just 13 to tie and 14 to set a new Ivy League record for draw controls in a single season with two games remaining in 2017.- Giroux has 91 in 13 games played this season, already setting a new Dartmouth standard. She is chasing only the 104 set by Nicole Daniggelis of Yale in 2014 as her total this season ranks second all-time in conference history.- The 13 against Cornell last Saturday rank as the third-best mark in Ivy history, behind only games of 15 and 14 by Daniggelis during her junior and senior campaigns. It is however, the most in any Ivy League conference game in league history as well as the most ever recorded by an Ivy player in a home contest.
LEADERS OF THE PACKSaturday's game features the top-two teams in terms of draw controls in the Ivy League this season.- Yale has 206 in 14 games, while Dartmouth has 203 in 13 games.- Dartmouth leads all teams with 15.61 per game. Yale is second, averaging 14.71 a game.- The Big Green are a plus-64 in 2017 (203-139) with the Elis second with a plus-44 (206-162). No other team in the conference is more than a plus-16 (Harvard) in terms of draws won versus lost. 59ce067264