Loyola advances in tourney, 3-2

September 04, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Loyola scored three straight first-half goals to defeat Bowling Green, 3-2, in the opening round of the Children's Hospital Soccer Classic at Lee Jackson Field in Akron, Ohio, yesterday.

Loyola trailed 1-0 but scored three goals. Bowling Green narrowed the margin to 3-2 on Frank Frostino's goal with 27:55 left in the second half, but goalkeeper Zach Thornton (John Carroll) made three saves to preserve the win.

The Greyhounds, ranked 19th in the ISAA national poll, play host Akron tomorrow at 2:15 p.m. in the second round.

* Maryland 2, Old Dominion 0: Freshman midfielder Mike McIwain scored his first goal and sophomore goalkeeper Russell Payne picked up his third career shutout to lead host Maryland. It was the first opening-day win for the Terps since 1990.

* Towson State 1, Monmouth 0: Marco Pollastri scored on a header at 56:17 of the second half, as the Tigers advanced to the second round of the Naval Academy Tournament in Annapolis.

The Tigers will play The Citadel today at 1:30 p.m.

* Mount St. Mary's 8, UMES 0: Senior Esa Staples scored his first hat trick to lead host Mount St. Mary's in the first round of the Holiday Inn Classic.

The win was the first for coach Mark Mettrick, taking over for Jim Deegan, who left in January after 38 years. The Mountaineers play Goucher in today's final.

* Goucher 5, Frostburg State 3: Senior Percy Moore scored three goals to push the Gophers into the title game of the Holiday Inn Classic.

* Johns Hopkins 4, Marymount 1: Freshman Eric West scored two goals to lead host Johns Hopkins. John Giordani and Mike Bibighaus scored the other goals for the Blue Jays, who outshot Marymount 14-6.

* Wesley 1, Washington 0: Brian Jaszczak scored in the 100th minute as Wesley topped Washington in overtime.

* UMBC 4, Fairleigh Dickinson 0: Senior midielder Rob Hoch scored a goal and added two assists, and junior forward J.J. Kremer (Calvert Hall) had one goal to lead host UMBC.

Women's soccer

Second-half goals by Aubrey Falk and Debbie Keller lifted top-ranked and defending national champion North Carolina to a 2-0 win over 18th-ranked Maryland at Chapel Hill, N.C.

It was the 82nd straight win for the Tar Heels, an NCAA record, and they have not lost in 86 games. Maryland goalie Missy Price made 13 saves.

* Towson State 2, UNC-Wilmington 0: Junior Courtney McClelland (Dulaney) scored two goals to lead host Towson State. It was the Seahawks' first varsity game.

* F&M 3, St. Mary's 2: Franklin & Marshall got two goals from Adrienee Brown in its first-round victory in the F&M Invitational. St. Mary's was outshot 32-15.

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