Loyola triumphs, 4-0, over Canisius in soccer

Sports briefly

October 01, 1990

Loyola College (6-1-4, 3-0) ran its unbeaten string to 10 with a 4-0 defeat of Canisius in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference soccer game in Buffalo, N.Y., yesterday. Goalkeepers Shawn Boehmcke and David Lord combined for Loyola's fourth shutout in its last five games. It was the third successive game in which Canisius (3-6-0, 2-2) had been shut out.

* At College Park, Chris Yankee's goal midway through the second half lifted Duke (6-4, 1-2) to a 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference triumph over Maryland (5-4-1, 1-2). It was Duke's first win over Maryland since 1987. John Garvey scored for the Terrapins.

* At New York, Shawn Miller had two goals, leading the University of Maryland Baltimore County (4-6) past Fordham (6-3-1), and ending a five-game losing streak.

* Peter Vermes scored twice and Mark Dodd made seven saves, as the United States national soccer team shut out a Major Soccer League select squad, 2-0, in St. Louis.


Australian Steve Moneghetti won an emotional, historic Berlin Marathon, the first held in both sides of a divided city that in three days becomes capital of a united Germany.

Moneghetti beat a marathon record field of about 25,000 in 2 hours, 8 minutes, 16 seconds, the fastest clocking in the world this year. Uta Pippig, an East German who moved to West Germany in January, was the women's winner in 2:28:37.


John McEnroe rallied to beat Goran Ivanisevic of Yugoslavia, 6-7 (4-7), 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-3, 6-4, in the Swiss Indoor tournament in Basel, Switzerland for his first victory in more than a year.

The match between the third-seeded McEnroe, ranked 11th in the world, and the second-seeded Ivanisevic, ranked 10th, lasted 4 M-= hours. The victory gave McEnroe his 76th singles title, but his first since August 1989. It was his first appearance in a final this year.

* Brad Gilbert beat fellow American Aaron Krickstein, 6-3, 6-1, to win the Queensland Open in Brisbane, Australia. The top-seeded Gilbert dominated the second-seed Krickstein, who held serve only twice and never found range with his groundstrokes.

* Austria's Thomas Muster broke Pete Sampras' booming serve once in a each set and beat the reigning U.S. Open champion, 6-3, 6-4, to capture the ninth GTE Southern Pro Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

* Seventh-seeded Franco Davin of Argentina beat Juan Aguilera of Spain, 6-1, 6-1, to win the Sicilian Open in Palermo.

* Steffi Graf of West Germany, the world's top-ranked player, defeated Arantxa Sanchez Vicario of Span, 6-1, 6-1, to win the Leipzig Open tournament in East Germany. Graf broke Sanchez's serve almost at will in winning the first set in only 24 minutes. The second set was practically a repeat of the first, with Graf blasting shots all over the court, keeping Sanchez off balance, and winning in 26 minutes.

* Mary Joe Fernandez won her first singles title, beating fellow American Amy Frazier, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3, in the Nichirei International tournament in Tokyo. Fernandez repulsed Frazier's powerful ground strokes and out played her at the net on the artificial courts of the Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium.

* Second-seeded Nathalie Tauziat of France won her first single title since 1987, beating Anke Huber of West Germany, 6-3, 7-6 (10-8), in the Bayonne, France tournament.


The Baltimore Bears (5-0), leading the Mason-Dixon league, defeated the Manassas Invaders (0-3), 19-7, at Patterson High. Ricky Green (Maryland) rushed for 97 yards for 16 carries with one touchdown. Jobie Waldt (Frostburg) went 11-for-22 passing for 183 yards and one touchdown. The Bears' Eddie Asher returned an interception 26 yards for a touchdown.


Ian Woosnam, despite poor putting, won his second consecutive tournament, capturing the Grand Prix of Europe by three strokes in Chepstow, Wales.

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