No. 1 Hopkins rallies past Hofstra, 15-11

April 26, 1995|By From Staff Reports

Milford Marchant scored all three of his goals in a second-half run as top-ranked Johns Hopkins pulled away from Hofstra, 15-11, before 5,248 last night at Hofstra Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y. The Blue Jays (10-0) reached the 10-win mark for the second time in six seasons.

After the Flying Dutchmen (7-4) tied the game at 8 with six minutes left in the third quarter, Marchant scored back-to-back unassisted goals in a 32-second span that gave the Blue Jays only their second lead of the game at 9-8.

Terry Riordan had four goals and two assists for Hopkins, which outshot Hofstra 56-39.

Johns Hopkins .. 2 .. 2 .. 5 .. 6 .. -- .. 15

Hofstra ........ 3 .. 2 .. 3 .. 3 .. -- .. 11

Goals: JH--Riordan 4, Marchant 3, Piccola 3, Marr 2, Roszko, Macon, Gordon; H--Garguilo 3, Miller 2, Holland 2, Alexander, B. Langtry, Judge, Jacobs. Assists: JH--Riordan 2, Evans 2, Piccola, Marr; H--Jacobs 2, Miller 2, Holland 2, Alexander. Saves: Marcus 11; Spruyt 17.

* Salisbury State 22, St. Mary's 4: Junior attackman Jason Coffman scored six goals and added three assists to lead Division III No. 1 Salisbury State over host St. Mary's.

The Sea Gulls (12-0) scored nine goals in the first quarter and led 14-1 at the half.

Paul Smith added three goals and four assists for Salisbury State.

Salisbury State .. 9 .. 5 .. 6 .. 2 .. -- .. 22

St. Mary's ....... 1 .. 0 .. 1 .. 2 .. -- ... 4

Goals: S-- Coffman 6, Smith 3, Bergey 3, Austin 3, Osadchey 2, Mergott 2, Leonard, Schmitt, Minolglio; SM-- Fisher, Fraioli, Osterman, Hughes. Assists: S-- Coffman 3, Smith 4, Bergey, Austin, Osadchey, Grimaer; SM-- Wenrich, Spence. Saves: S-- Betcher 8, Nelson 5; SM-- Madsen 18, Bank 5.

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