Wise sets freshman mark in lacrosse at Cornell

COLLEGE POSTCARDS

April 29, 1995|By Doug Brown | Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer

It didn't take Matt Wise long to make his mark in Cornell lacrosse.

The attackman out of Gilman set school freshman records with 26 goals and 29 points and a single-game points mark for a freshman with five goals and six assists in a 16-14 win over Delaware. Overall, Wise is No. 2 on the team in goals and No. 3 in points.

Cornell is peppered with Baltimore talent. Senior defenseman Michael Fronk (St. Paul's) has started every game for two years, and freshmen Fred Peightal (St. Paul's), Joe Perriello (Calvert Hall) and Adam Shaivitz (Atholton) are also on the defensive unit. Senior David Holder (Friends) is a midfielder and sophomore Greg Zorella (Loyola) is the No. 3 goalie.

* Sophomore Dion Kingsbury (Severna Park) had a goal and an assist in Colorado College's 11-10 victory over the University of Colorado in the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Lacrosse League. Going into today's championship game against Denver, Kingsbury is No. 4 on the team with 25 points (16, nine).

* Will Sutton (St. Mary's), a fifth-year senior who missed last season with a stress fracture, is Notre Dame's No. 2 scorer with 35 points (19, 16). Tim Kearney (Calvert Hall) is No. 4 with 14 (13, one).

* Junior Julie Martin (Garrison Forest) had one of the top games in Dickinson history with 10 points (six goals, four assists) in a 19-8 romp past Bryn Mawr, completing the day with five ground balls and five draw controls. Jenny Lund (John Carroll) had six points (two, four). . . . Dickinson senior Jon Klaff (McDonogh) scored three goals in the men's 15-11 win over Haverford.

* Jill Altshuler (Catonsville) and Liz Brode of Blue Bell, Pa., finished the season tied for the Lehigh lead not only in goals (64) but assists (21) and, of course, points (85). They are expected to be at or near the top of the NCAA Division I leaders list when it's released Monday. They are joined in the scoring by Kristin Gillis (Severn) with 49 points and Cristina Brill (Severn) with 20.

* Senior Jeremy Bryant (St. Paul's), Franklin & Marshall's No. 6 scorer (13, 10), scored a career-high five goals in his final regular-season home game, a 20-13 win over Western Maryland. Franklin & Marshall, No. 8 in Division III, travels to No. 2 Gettysburg today to play for the Centennial Conference title.

* Sophomore Inga Fredland (Annapolis) and junior Jen Wassif (Severn) finished Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, in ground balls for Mary Washington with 67 and 61. Heather Shumake (Glenelg) was No. 5 in scoring with 32 points. For the Mary Washington men, Bill McLean (Towson) was third with 28 points. . . . Junior JoAnn Binko (Perry Hall) moved into a three-way tie for eighth place in career goals (77) at Ithaca with six in two games. . . . Bryan Riehl (Loyola) had seven ground balls in Hobart's 18-17 loss to Syracuse.

Softball

Kristin Spak (Chesapeake-AA) was named Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week for the second straight time after leading Canisius to a 5-1 record. The junior right-hander, who leads the MAAC with a 1.03 ERA and is tied for the conference lead in victories with 13, pitched her eighth shutout and gained her second save. . . . Heather Smith (Glen Burnie) is batting .343 and has stolen 16 bases for East Carolina. . . . Tracy Gruzs (Western) has a 6-6 record for Gettysburg. . . . King's freshman left-fielder Jennifer Baker (North Carroll) has a .312 average, seven stolen bases and a team-high 11 walks.

Miscellaneous

In swimming, senior David Brand (Gilman) had a Dickinson-best time of 2 minutes, 13.92 seconds in the 200-yard backstroke. Junior Amy Cosgrove (Notre Dame Prep) was a member of Dickinson's top 800 freestyle relay team and freshman Katie Kuesters (Notre Dame Prep) swam in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. . . . Outfielder Brett Seidel (Fallston) had two doubles and four RBIs in Georgetown's 12-8 win over Penn.

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