Today's Games

March 21, 1995

MOUNT ST. MARY'S (1-4)

at UMBC (2-3)

Site: UMBC Stadium

Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: UMBC ended its two-game skid with an 11-10 overtime win at Lehigh. The Retrievers tied the game with four seconds remaining in regulation on a goal by Brian Belford and won on a goal by Keith Chance with 2:22 left in overtime. UMBC is 13-2 against unranked opponents over the past three seasons. Mount St. Mary's has scored in double figures in one of its first five games. The Mountaineers won their first game under coach Tom Gravante on March 13, a 13-7 win over Marist. UMBC has won all 12 meetings with the Mountaineers.

RADFORD (2-1)

at No. 4 MARYLAND (4-0)

Site: Byrd Stadium, College Park

Time: 3 p.m.

Outlook: Maryland is off to its best start in four seasons and has allowed an average of six goals per game. Senior A Rob Chomo had a career-high five assists in a 20-12 rout of Cornell on Saturday. Seven Terps have scored three or more goals. Radford is coached by Chris Swanenburg, a member of Dulaney's 1986 state championship team, and has nine area players on its 25-man roster. The Highlanders's two-game win streak was stopped with a 14-8 loss to Butler on Sunday. This is the first meeting between the schools.

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