A backup no more, Prettyman now does saving for Dartmouth

COLLEGE POSTCARDS

April 08, 1995|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

In her final year at Dartmouth, Kirsten Prettyman (Bryn Mawr) is making her first full season in the lacrosse goal a productive one.

Prettyman, a backup to All-American Kim Cohen the past three seasons, had her finest moment against Princeton with 15 saves as No. 5 Dartmouth stunned the defending NCAA champion and No. 1-ranked Tigers, 10-9. Prettyman has played every minute for the undefeated (4-0) Big Green.

* Senior Jen Bass (Maryvale Prep), first-team All-Ivy League last year, had two goals in a 10-9 loss to New Hampshire for a career total of 95, fifth on Cornell's all-time list. She is seventh on the points list with 104. With 15 goals and 15 points this season,

Bass leads the team in both categories.

* Jill Altshuler (Catonsville) scored six goals and Kristin Gillis (Severn) three in Lehigh's 13-11 win over Villanova. . . . Junior Melissa Bristow (Roland Park) had three goals and two assists in William & Mary's 12-3 victory over Richmond. . . . Junior Julie Martin (Garrison Forest) had seven points with four goals and three assists in Dickinson's 20-1 rout of Washington College. Junior, Jenny Lund (John Carroll), had three and three for six points. . . . Meg Cortezi (Notre Dame Prep), the No. 1 goalkeeper, has helped James Madison to an 8-2 record with 76 saves and a 7.6 goals-against average. Emily Chones (Annapolis), Tricia Cummings (Notre Dame), Laura Klaes (Notre Dame), Shelley Klaes (Loch Raven), Kira Nazelrod (Notre Dame) and Aimee Vaughan (Dulaney) also contribute. . . . Jen Wassif (Severn) had eight ground balls and three interceptions in Mary Washington's win over Randolph-Macon.

Men's lacrosse

Brad Baker (Fallston) and Dominic Souza (St. Mary's) had a major role in Lehigh's first win of the season, 17-6 over Lafayette, with three and two goals, respectively. Lehigh opened the season with four straight defeats.

* By collecting five goals and three assists in the 19-6 win over Lafayette, Penn sophomore Jon Cusson (Loyola) raised his team-high points total to 30 (18 and 15). . . . Junior Bill McLean (Towson) contributed two goals to Mary Washington's 23-12 win over Shenandoah and four to the 13-12 victory over Western Maryland in which the Eagles scored the final five goals of the game. McLean is the team's No. 2 scorer with 19 points (17 and 2). . . . Mike Boyle (Loyola) had two goals in Georgetown's 16-2 win over Air Force. . . . Todd Muendel (Severna Park) collected a goal and an assist in Hobart's triumph over Butler.

Softball

Sophomore Tracy Gruzs (Western) has registered both wins for 2-8 Gettysburg. . . . Stacey Necessary (Chesapeake-AA) went 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs in Kutztown's 6-0 shutout of C.W. Post. . . . King's freshman left fielder Jennifer Baker (North Carroll) is fourth in batting (.381), leads in walks (nine) and has handled 25 fielding chances flawlessly.

Baseball

Freshman Tim Deyesu (Fallston) is Mary Washington's second-leading hitter (.400). Another Fallston alum, Georgetown junior outfielder Brett Seidel, was 2-for-5 with a stolen base and an RBI in a loss to Providence.

Miscellaneous

Mary Washington senior Becky Anders (Dulaney) was the champion in Open Flat in the Region VII Riding Championships and advanced to tomorrow's Zone Finals at Lynchburg, Va. . . . . Freshman Darren Hall (South River), a 6-foot-7 basketball forward, played in 19 games in a reserve role behind Liberty's big men. . . . Annapolis' Christine Allan (Hill School) helped sail a Georgetown boat to fourth in the A division in the Arrigan Memorial Regatta.

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