Salisbury State gains CAC final

October 28, 1994|By From Staff Reports

Junior forward Vicki Prince (Southern-AA) scored the game-winner in the 34th minute to lead third-seeded Salisbury State (12-5) to a 2-0 win over host and second-seeded Goucher (12-3-2) in a Capital Athletic Conference women's soccer tournament semifinal yesterday.

Sophomore midfielder Cindy Parulis (Old Mill) added an insurance goal in the 51st minute. Sophomore goalkeeper Kristi Kauffman made 10 saves.

The Sea Gulls will play at top-seeded Mary Washington for the CAC tournament title tomorrow at 1 p.m.

* Catonsville CC 5, Dundalk CC 0: Natalie Bell scored a goal and had three assists as visiting Catonsville Community College (10-6-1) defeated Dundalk CC (3-4-1).

Men's soccer

* Villa Julie 4, Columbia Union 1: Brian Cerny (Curley) scored two goals as host Villa Julie (5-6-1) defeated Columbia Union.

Field hockey

Goucher 1, York 0: Despite a 51-2 shot advantage, host and top-seeded Goucher (14-3-1) needed a goal from freshman forward Joy Poneros with 16:10 remaining to defeat York (9-10) in a CAC tournament semifinal game.

Sophomore goalkeeper Dawn Greer made one save in posting her school-record 11th shutout this season and the 16th of her career.

* Salisbury State 2, Mary Washington 0: Karen McCammon made 10 saves to help second-seeded Salisbury State (11-5) shut out visiting Mary Washington (13-4-1) in a CAC tournament semifinal. Goucher will play host to second-seeded Salisbury State tomorrow at noon in the championship.

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