Bennett, Coppin State win at Cheyney

October 20, 1991

Courtney Bennett of Coppin State set a new course record at the Cheyney (Pa.) Invitational, winning the 5-mile race in 25 minutes, 50 seconds yesterday.

Bennett broke the old mark of 26:03 set last year by Lincoln's Vernon Miller.

Coppin State won the team competition with 27 points, followed by Delaware (44) and Lincoln (49).

Coppin State's Nicholas Eugene finished second in 26:09 and Euan Hinds from Coppin State was fourth in 27:03.

* Western Maryland men defeated Catonsville Community College, but dropped dual meets to Elizabethtown and Johns Hopkins, which won all three of its dual meets.

John Robinson of Johns Hopkins won the men's race in 26:16.

Western Maryland's Kendra Weible placed first overall in 20:16, but the Green Terror women's team didn't have enough runners to have a team score in the dual meets.

Field hockey

Beth Alexander scored two first-half goals and added an assist to lead visiting Wake Forest (8-2-1) to a 4-0 victory over Towson State (4-6-2).

Karen Liberi also added a pair of goals as the Deacons built a 3-0 halftime lead and the Tigers lost their third straight.

Alexander gave Wake Forest a 1-0 lead 6:36 into the game. Liberi added her first goal 5:00 later and Alexander scored her second goal with 16:59 left in the half.

Liberi concluded the scoring with 16:57 remaining off a pass from Alexander.

The Deacons' Carey Boroski made three saves for the shutout. Towson State goalkeeper Katrina Silva made 13 saves.

* Marie Mohler scored two goals, as Washington College (8-5-1) played Randolph-Macon (7-3-2) to a 2-2 tie at Chestertown.

* Lydia Donley scored three goals to lead William & Mary to a 4-1 win over Loyola (0-8-2, 0-6) at Williamsburg, Va.

Micalea Grimm scored a goal for Loyola.

* Kristen Guttilla scored both goal, as host Salisbury State (7-4-1) defeated Kutztown (8-7), 2-0.


Navy climbed to 4-1 in the Patriot League with home-court wins over Lafayette and Lehigh.

Navy defeated the Leopards, 15-6, 15-4, 15-5, and swept th Engineers, 15-8, 15-12, 15-13.

C7 Navy is 10-11 overall, and 4-1 in the league.

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