Top-ranked Virginia puts Maryland away in second half, 4-2

September 12, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Top-ranked Virginia scored three times in the second half to defeat Maryland, 4-2, yesterday in a men's soccer game at Charlottesville, Va.

Nate Friends had a goal and an assist to lead the Cavaliers (3-1).

Terps senior Malcolm Gillian (Oakland Mills) scored 28:23 into the game to tie the game at 1.

Virginia ended a 40-minute scoreless stretch on a goal by Billy Walsh.

* Loyola 5, St. Peter's 0: Five players scored to lead Loyola (4-0) past St. Peter's (0-4) in a second-round game of the Loyola Budweiser tournament. It clinched the third straight tournament championship for the Greyhounds.

Goalkeeper Zach Thornton recorded his 19th career shutout.

Tim Shields was named tournament Most Valuable Player.

* Hartwick 8, Towson State 0: Tournament MVP Shawn Cassella scored twice to lead sixth-ranked Hartwick (3-0) past visiting Towson State (3-1) in the championship game of the Mayor's Cup XIX Tournament.

* Salisbury State 2, Christopher Newport 1: Ousman Auber and Willie Morris each scored a goal, leading host Salisbury State (2-0) to a victory over Christopher Newport (2-2) in the championship game of the First Shore Federal Bank Tournament.

The victory was the 100th for Salisbury State coach Gerry DiBartolo.


* Maryland 1, Texas A&M 1: Randi Goldblatt scored 70:25 into the game to help No. 19 Maryland (2-1-1) tie Texas A&M (2-1-1) in double overtime in Lubbock, Texas.

Terps goalie Missy Price made 16 saves. Texas A&M outshot Maryland, 26-16.

* Penn State 4, Towson State 1: Dina DiCosta scored two goals to lead visiting Penn State past Towson State. Tigers goalkeeper Susie Blanco made nine saves in the first half.

* Shenandoah 1, Salisbury State 0: Carol Yoczik scored the game's only goal at the 20:56 mark of the second half, leading host Shenandoah (2-0) past Salisbury State (1-1).

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