Clune's six goals lead Towson, 18-12

April 09, 1995|By From Staff Reports

NEWARK, Del. -- Freshman attackman Matt Clune had six goals and three assists yesterday as 20th-ranked Towson State defeated Delaware, 18-12, before 425 at Delaware Stadium.

Senior midfielder Tim Lucky, who had just one goal in his previous six games, scored a career-high four goals.

The Tigers (3-4) have won two straight for the first time this season.

Clune, the Tigers' leading scorer, missed Wednesday's game with a bruised bladder. He scored three of his goals in the first half.

Delaware (3-6), which got a career-high four goals from Pat Gately and three goals and three assists from Anthony DiMarzo, dropped its fourth straight. Towson State has won six in a row over the Blue Hens.

The Tigers put the game away early, jumping to a 6-0 lead in the first six minutes of the second quarter and going up 9-2 at halftime.

Towson State led by nine three times, the last at 17-8 with 6:09 left to play, as it outshot the Hens 64-35 and held a 20-9 advantage in faceoffs. Delaware goalkeeper Brian Cooper posted a season-high 22 saves and freshman Kevin Gattie added two goals for the Blue Hens.

Delaware played without two of its top five scorers, Brad Glowaki and Eric Doust, who were nursing hamstring injuries.

Senior attackman David Quinn added two goals and three assists for Towson State.

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