Freshman Jamie Tuckey scored the first goal of his college career in the second half as host Towson State ended its four-game losing streak with a 1-0 win over North Carolina-Asheville in a Big South Conference men's soccer game yesterday.
Tuckey's goal came off an assist from junior Pat Coyle at the 54:54 mark and broke up a scoreless tie during which the Tigers (5-7, 3-3) squandered several scoring chances.
Senior goalkeeper Rich Pellegrini (John Carroll) had three saves against the Bulldogs (6-8, 1-5). This game marks Pellegrini's 18th career shutout, two shy of the school record.
* UMBC 3, UNC-Greensboro 3: Tim Ryerson headed in a goal with 3:24 remaining in the second overtime as UMBC (9-2-1, 5-2-1) tied UNC-Greensboro (8-3-2, 5-1-1) in a Big South Conference game.
* Salisbury State 4, Allentown 0: Soon-Jae Kloper and Jason Fern each had a goal and an assist as host Salisbury State (7-4-1) defeated Allentown College.
* Johns Hopkins 2, Haverford 0: Lance Baldo and Matt Coleman each scored a goal to help Johns Hopkins shut out Haverford.
* Western Maryland 2, Washington 0: Scott Schoberg (Westminster) scored a goal and assisted the other as Western Maryland downed host Washington.
* UMBC 3, Campbell 1: Denise Schilte scored two goals, including the game-winner with 8:22 remaining, as host UMBC (9-8, 4-2) beat Campbell (9-6, 4-2). Schilte headed the game-winner from a Kasy Kruger crossing pass from 10 yards away.
It was Schlite's 14th goal of the year and Kruger's 18th assist on the season.
Laura Dvorak added one goal for the Retrievers. UMBC outshot the Fighting Camels, 27-7.
Nadine Henchcliffe had five saves for UMBC.
* Loyola 0, Siena 0: Siena's Maria Theodorou and Loyola's Mary Clark made eight saves each to battle it out for a 0-0 tie. Loyola remains undefeated in the Metro Atlantic League at 4-0-2.
* Anderson (S.C.) 1, Catonsville CC 0: Erin Tribble's unassisted first-half goal lifted Anderson (9-3) over host Catonsville (9-4-1). Corey Valleay had seven saves in the shutout.
* Western Maryland 2, Franklin & Marshall 2: Missy Baldwin scored her first collegiate goal in the second overtime period to bring Western Maryland (1-8-2, 0-2-2) into a tie with Franklin & Marshall (2-9-2, 2-2-1) in a Centennial Conference game.
Laurie Zipper had given Franklin & Marshall a 2-1 lead when she scored in the first extra session. Sophomore Amie Chilcoat (Towson) opened the scoring for Western Maryland in the first half with her first goal of the season.