Hopkins women stay unbeaten with 19-3 win

April 20, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Rebecca Savage (Centennial) scored nine goals and had an assist, leading undefeated Johns Hopkins (11-0, 7-0) to a 19-3 victory over visiting Haverford (7-6, 4-3) in a Centennial Conference women's lacrosse game yesterday.

Jen Ward and Francine Brennan contributed two goals and an assist for the Blue Jays, ranked No. 4 in Division III.

Savage scored five goals in the opening half as Johns Hopkins built an 11-1 halftime lead.

* Anne Arundel 11, Notre Dame 10: Robin Quinter's goal in sudden-death overtime lifted visiting Anne Arundel Community College past the College of Notre Dame. Angie Burndette scored three goals for Anne Arundel, which was tied at 9 after regulation and 10-10 after overtime.

* Western Maryland 18, Franklin & Marshall 17: Western Maryland (9-1, 6-1) rallied with five of the last six goals, including Heather Seaburg's game-winner with 5:32 left, to defeat visiting Franklin & Marshall (7-1, 7-1) in a Centennial Conference game. Gina Cappi scored five goals for Western Maryland, which has won 14 of its past 15 regular-season games.

* Washington 9, Goucher 7: Kirsten Lucas scored three goals and Renee Guckert and Amy Scarlett each scored two, leading host Washington College (2-9) past Goucher College (3-6).

* Salisbury State 11, Mary Washington 7: Freshman Candice Blanchette (South Carroll) scored four goals to lead Salisbury State (7-3) past host Mary Washington (5-9).

Men

* St. Mary's 16, Mary Washington 7: Don Brenneman, Ivan Ingraham and Chad Christian each scored two goals and had an assist, leading St. Mary's (8-4, 3-0) over Mary Washington and to its third consecutive Capital Athletic Conference lacrosse title.

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