Loyola women beat William & Mary, 10-7 Gallagher scores 3 to lead Greyhounds

April 04, 1993|By From Staff Reports

Sabrina Gallagher had three goals and one assist to lead Loyola's women, ranked No. 8 in the Brine/USIWLCA poll, past No. 7 William and Mary (4-3, 1-2), 10-7, in a Colonial Athletic Conference lacrosse game yesterday at Loyola. The win gave the Greyhounds (5-2, 3-0) first place in the conference.

* Western Maryland 16, Mary Washington 14: Freshman Amy Eggers (North Carroll) scored a season-high four goals to lead Western Maryland (2-1) past Mary Washington (2-3).

Eggers scored all of her goals in the first half as Western Maryland held a slim 10-9 advantage at the intermission. After the teams traded goals to start the second half, the Green Terrors scored five of the next

six to take command.

* Johns Hopkins 17, Swarthmore 9: Senior attack Kathy Sokolowski scored five goals to lead host Johns Hopkins (6-0) over visiting Swarthmore (2-3). Rebecca Savage scored four goals, Maren Olsen had three and Jennifer Ward and Sonia Dickson had two goals each.

* Women's Colleges Tournament: The College of Notre Dame (4-3) advanced to today's 11:30 a.m. final game against host Hood College after defeating Hollins, 7-3, and Sweet Briar, 9-7. Toyah Houck scored four goals against Hollins and six against Sweet Briar.

* Goucher 8, Bridgewater 4: Courtney Crangi scored four goals to lead Goucher (4-1) past Bridgewater (4-3).

* Villa Julie 14, Virginia Tech 5: Heidi Herdecker scored five goals to lead Villa Julie (2-1) past Virginia Tech.

* Virginia 22, UMBC 5: Erin Stewart and Kelly Cowan scored four goals each to lead top-ranked Virginia (7-1) past UMBC (3-1) at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. Alison Zaetz led the Retrievers with four goals.

* Franklin & Marshall 12, Ursinus 5: Megan McGowan (Centennial) had four goals and one assist as Franklin & Marshall (3-1, 1-0) defeated Ursinus (1-2, 0-1) in a Middle Atlantic Conference East Division game. Katie Aman (Notre Dame Prep) added three goals for the Diplomats.

Softball

* Towson State 3-1, Winthrop 1-6: Pitcher Mandy Albrecht got the win in game one as Towson State (6-5, 1-3) split a Big South Conference doubleheader with Winthrop.

Baseball

* Maryland 8, Plymouth State 5: The Terps (7-13-1) had a season-high 14 hits and four pitchers struck out 18 batters as Maryland beat Plymouth State (1-5) at Shipley Field. Pitcher Matt Kunst (1-1) got the win for Maryland. Terps catcher Pat Colliere hit his first home run of the season in the fourth inning.

* Towson State 8-8, Charleston Southern 2-1: Towson State (6-12, 5-6) swept visiting Charleston Southern (14-10, 5-6) in a Big South Conference doubleheader. In the first game, which was suspended yesterday by darkness after 4 1/2 innings, winning pitcher Derek Hasselhoff (Chesapeake-AA) went five innings, gave up three hits, one earned run, walked three and struck out three. Junior Steve Farling hit a two-run homer in the second inning and senior Jay Logwood (Randallstown) hit a bases-empty homer in the sixth.

In the second game, Joe Hughes (Calvert Hall) pitched a complete game, giving up one unearned run on six hits and two walks. Logwood had a two-run triple in the fourth and a two-run inside-the-park homer in the eighth.

Gymnastics

* NCAA Southeast Regional -- Towson State: Towson State, seeded seventh in the seven-team meet, finished fifth with a 190.50 score at the University of Georgia.

Host Georgia, the second-ranked team in the nation, won the regional championship for the sixth year in a row, with a 197.50 score.

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