Terps upset Duke behind Herskovitz

September 25, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Tod Herskovitz scored the game-winner at the 74-minute mark to lift No. 3 Maryland over No. 2 Duke, 2-1, yesterday before 2,800 at Duke Soccer Stadium.

Herskovitz also assisted Shane Dougherty as the Terps (6-1-1, 2-0-1 in the ACC) opened a 1-0 lead seven minutes into the game. The Blue Devils (6-1, 1-1) then tied the game seven minutes later on a goal by Jay Heaps.

* Old Dominion 1, Loyola 0: Carlos Vasco blasted the game-winner with 7:47 left in the second overtime to pace host Old Dominion (5-2) past Loyola (5-3) and to the championship of the Met Life Classic in Norfolk Virginia.

* Navy 2, Lafayette 1: Stephen Earl scored at the 43-minute mark as Navy (5-2, 1-1 in the Patriot League) upset defending league champion and host Lafayette (4-3, 1-1). The victory was Navy's fourth in a row and the first against Lafayette since 1991.

* Roanoke 2, Salisbury State 1: Shaun Cason scored the game-winner at the 34th minute to lift host Roanoke (5-3) over Salisbury State (3-3). Keith Arnott gave Roanoke a 1-0 lead at 8:46 into the first before Matt Tirschman tied 24 seconds later.

Women

* Virginia Commonwealth 1, Navy 0: Anne Perkins scored the lone goal 33 seconds into the game to help Virginia Commonwealth (2-5) held off host Navy (5-2).

* Canisius 2, Mount St. Mary's 1: Canisius (5-2-1) scored two unassisted goals in the first 25 minutes and held on to defeat host Mount St. Mary's (2-4).

* Dayton 5, Towson State 4: Angie Beecroft scored three goals to help visiting Dayton (3-5) over Towson State (1-5).

* Salisbury State 3, N.C. Wesleyan 0: Sisters Courtney and Danielle Urban combined efforts with Vicki Prince to register a shutout for Salisbury State (5-2) over host N.C. Wesleyan (2-5) in the second round of the Methodist Tournament in Fayetteville, N.C.

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