Towson foils Delaware, 16-11

April 11, 1993|By From Staff Reports

NEWARK, Del. -- Bob Doherty scored a season-high five goals and David Quinn added four as USILA 11th-ranked Towson State recovered from a rocky start to beat No. 20 Delaware, 16-11, at muddy Delaware Field yesterday.

Delaware (3-4), whose two-game win streak was stopped, got three goals and five assists from Anthony DiMarzo and two goals each from John Wunder (John Carroll), Thad Boyce and Brad Glowaki. But it was hurt by a season-high 18 penalties for 13:30. Towson State took advantage by scoring six extra-man goals.

The host Blue Hens jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first eight minutes. Quinn scored the Tigers' first goal with 6:14 left, but Wunder followed two minutes later and Delaware was up 4-1.

Towson's Tim Langton scored with 13 seconds left in the first quarter to start a string of eight unanswered goals for the Tigers, including two goals each by Doherty and Steve Carcaterra.

The Hens scored the last three goals of the half to cut the lead to 9-7.

Towson went up 11-7 early in the third period but the Hens cut the lead to 11-9 off a goal by Erik Brine with 7:37 left. Towson reeled off five of the next six goals.

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