Towson women top Liberty, 5-2

September 18, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Sophomore Ashlee Douglas (North Carroll) set a Towson State record with four assists to pace the Tigers (2-4, 1-0) to a 5-2 victory over host Liberty yesterday in a women's soccer game.

* Mount St. Mary's 4, Wagner 2: Freshman Christy Wicks scored twice to lead visiting Mount St. Mary's (1-2) over Wagner.

* Navy 5, Fordham 0: Freshman Cori Thornton scored four goals, leading the host Mids (3-3).

* Johns Hopkins 2, St. Mary's 2: Jackie Aitoro of St. Mary's saved 28 shots and Hopkins' Laura Gehres made 22 saves in the tie.

* Goucher 5, Franklin & Marshall 0: Sarah Weaver (Towson) scored three goals to help Goucher defeat visiting Franklin & Marshall.

* Frostburg 4, Was. & Jeff. 0: Debbie Frey and Bridget Kelly scored two goals each to lead host Frostburg State (3-1) past Washington and Jefferson (2-2).

* College of Notre Dame 4, Oswego 1: Corina Riismandel scored three goals to lead College of Notre Dame (2-2) past Oswego, N. Y. (3-3) in the semifinals of the Cortland Tournament. Notre Dame will play Courtland in today's championship.

Men's soccer

* Navy 5, Buffalo 1: Sophomore Aaron Swenson scored two goals to help host Navy (4-1) defeat Buffalo.

* UMBC 6, Delaware 0: Derek Phillips and Bryan Bugarin each scored two goals to head UMBC (3-1) past host Delaware.

* Washington 1, Franklin & Marshall 1: Jeffrey Long scored with 15:30 remaining as Franklin & Marshall tied host Washington (2-2).

* Greensboro 4, Salisbury State 0: Paul Gazara scored the game-winner with 19:22 left in the first half to lift host Greensboro (4-1) past Salisbury (3-1).

* Swarthmore 2, Western Maryland 0: David Lane scored both goals to power Swarthmore (4-2, 1-0) to a Centennial Conference win over visiting Western Maryland (3-2-1, 0-1).

* Goucher 4, Gallaudet 0: Pat Prendergast and Dan Jarrett scored one goal and one assist to lead visiting Goucher (3-2-1) past Gallaudet in the Capital Athletic Conference.

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