The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets came into the Valley of the Sun and took on the Arizona State Sun Devils on Friday. The Sun Devils were desperate for a win having played the hardest schedule in the MCLA thus far. Tech got on the board first, but the Sun Devils answered shortly thereafter. The first quarter was back and forth and ended in a 3-3 tie. The Jackets began to assert themselves in the second quarter working their way to a 7-4 halftime lead. The Jackets opened the third quarter with a strong multi-shot possession and rang several shots off the post. Tech was able to to ride the ball back and get a quick goal. The Jackets picked up the intensity in the middle of the field and were able to take advantage of several broken situations leading to goals and lead 12-4 after the third quarter. Georgia Tech dominated most of the fourth quarter as well cruising to the 15-6 win. The effort from Tech was highlighted by a dominant night at the faceoff dot by Mike Pullen and Tyler Harper. Offensively, Tech was balanced and was able to attack in multiple phases leading to several assisted goals. The defense was strong throughout and as has been the Tech formula all season rotated several fresh legs in front of Gino Pagliaro.