Dougherty's 4 goals lift Terps by UMBC

September 08, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Sophomore forward Shane Dougherty (Fallston) scored a career-high four goals to lead Maryland to a 6-0 rout of UMBC in a men's soccer game in College Park yesterday.

Dougherty has five goals in the first two games. His first score yesterday came on a penalty kick with 2:52 elapsed. Junior forward Tod Herskovitz added two goals and an assist. Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) contributed two assists.

It is the first time Maryland (2-0) has opened a season with back-to-back wins since 1986, the last time

the Terps went to the NCAA Tournament. The six-goal margin of victory was the largest for Maryland since Oct. 2, 1991, against Lafayette.

Russell Payne (Glenelg), a sophomore goalkeeper, recorded his second consecutive shutout. C.J. Norton was in goal for UMBC. The Retrievers (1-1) were outshot 21-6.


* Loyola 1, Towson State 0: Freshman Tricia Witte (Oakland Mills) scored at 12:55 of the second half off an assist from Stephanie Roberts (Severna Park) as Loyola (1-1) topped visiting Towson (1-2).

* Navy 2, American 1: Cori Thornton had a goal and an assist as Navy (1-2) upended host American in Washington. Amy Hakola had seven saves for the Midshipmen.

* George Washington 3, UMBC 1: Junior Amanda Simmons (Meade) contributed a goal and an assist as George Washington defeated UMBC at UMBC Stadium.

* Shenandoah 2, Frostburg State 0: Jennifer Johnson scored two goals as Shenandoah (1-0) defeated host Frostburg State.

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