Maryland women stay perfect (7-0) with 1-0 win over William & Mary

September 23, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman forward Keri Sarver scored from 25-yards out with 15 minutes left as the No. 14 Maryland women's soccer team beat No. 13 William and Mary, 1-0, yesterday in College Park.

The Terps have won seven in a row to start the season, a school record.

Freshman goalie Kassis Knecht recorded her first shutout with three saves, two fewer than Karen Wake of William and Mary (5-2-1).

Loyola 3, Niagara 0:Loyola 3, Niagara 0: Junior midfielder Cara Mooney scored once in each half and the Greyhounds' defense earned its third consecutive shutout as Loyola won in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game.

The Greyhounds (5-3-1) have not allowed a goal in 4 hours, 52 minutes of play. Niagara fell to 0-3 overall and in the conference.

Men's soccer

Loyola 2, William and Mary 1: Matt Whelpley scored with 1:26 remaining as Loyola won in the first round of the Met Life Classic. The Greyhounds (5-2) have won five straight games.

Field hockey

Towson 2, Drexel 1: Junior Lisa McCullen scored with 10:11 left in overtime to lead Towson State (4 -2, 1-2) to its first-ever North Atlantic Conference victory, over Drexel (0-6, 0-1) in Philadelphia.

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