Terps top Cavaliers, 1-0, gain ACC field hockey final Maryland will face UNC for title today

November 05, 1995|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore Sarah Rosenwinkel scored with 12:30 left in the second period to lift second-seeded Maryland over third-seeded Virginia, 1-0, in the Atlantic Coast Conference field hockey tournament semifinals yesterday in College Park.

Maryland (17-3) will face North Carolina for the championship today at 1 p.m. The Tar Heels edged Duke, 2-1, in the other semifinal.

Terps goalie Alana Eliwatt made two saves to record her eighth shutout of the season. Michelle Cusimano recorded 10 saves for Virginia (13-8).

* Salisbury State 2, Ohio Wesleyan 1: Sue Fatz opened the scoring at 16:42 of the second period and closed it 48 seconds into the overtime as Salisbury State (13-5) edged Ohio Wesleyan (15-4) in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament in Harrisburg, Va.

Salisbury State will faces Eastern Mennonite in the semifinals today at 2 p.m.

The Battling Bishops' Cathy Spritza knotted the score 1:56 after Fatz's first goal.

The Sea Gulls outshot Ohio Wesleyan, 26-8. Salisbury State goalie Kristin Archer made two saves, 11 fewer than Ohio Wesleyan's Kara Dickinson.

Men's soccer

* Maryland 2, North Carolina 1: Keith Beach scored unassisted with 3:35 remaining to lift No. 13 Maryland (12-5-1, 1-4-1) over North Carolina (10-7-1, 0-5-1) in an ACC game in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Judah Cooks gave the Terps a 1-0 lead at the 20:59 mark of the first half on an assist by Tod Herskovitz. The Tar Heels tied the score at 56:45 of the second half on Terroc Suarez's goal.

* Navy 2, Holy Cross 0: Aaron Swenson assisted on the game-winner and added an insurance goal as Navy defeated Holy Cross in double overtime in the Patriot League semifinals in Worcester, Mass.

Navy junior Brian Taylor gave the Mids a 1-0 lead off Swenson's assist with 12 minutes remaining. Swenson added his goal one minute later.

* Johns Hopkins 2, Grove City 1: Eric West had a goal and an assist, leading Johns Hopkins (15-4) past Grove City in the ECAC semifinals at Washington & Jefferson College. Hopkins will meet Bethany for the tournament title, today at 1.

Women's soccer

* Loyola 0, Siena 0 (Loyola wins on penalty kicks, 4-2): The host Greyhounds (10-6-3) ended a double-overtime stalemate by winning the Metro Atlantic Athletic Association tournament semifinal on penalty kicks .

Erin Gilroy made two saves and Danielle Knecht had six for top-seeded Loyola and fourth-seeded Siena, respectively.

Melissa Martenak, Jamie DeSoto, Erin Wylde (Severna Park) and Denise Serafin all scored on penalty kicks for Loyola.

Loyola will face second-seed Fairfield for the championship today at 1 p.m. After playing to a 1-1, double-overtime tie, Fairfield downed third-seed St. Peter's, 3-0, on penalty kicks in the other semifinal.

* Navy 2, Bucknell 0: Sophomore Ashley Harrison scored two first-half goals to power Navy (10-6-1) past Bucknell in the Patriot League tournament semifinals in Lewisburg, Pa. Navy will face Colgate for the championship today at 1 p.m.

Harrison scored at the 5:50 mark and again at 27:01.

It was the Mids first appearance in the Patriot League tournament, and the victory set a program record for wins in a season.

* Catonsville CC 2, Essex CC 0: Cassidy Dunbar (South River) and Sherry Witt (Glen Burnie) each scored goals to lead Catonsville Community College past Essex CC for the Region XX championship. Catonsville (14-3-1) advances to national championship tournament at Essex on Nov. 15-18.

* College of Notre Dame 1, William Patterson 0: Kristen Riismandel (Wilde Lake) scored the game's only in the first half, leading College of Notre Dame past William Patterson in the semifinals of the ECAC Tournament. Notre Dame advances today's finals against Vassar or Brockport.


Junior Ingrid Kilpe (Centennial) and senior Anna Butler (Centennial) won two events each, leading the UMBC (1-0) to a season-opening 138-104 victory over Rutgers (1-1) in New Brunswick, N.J. The UMBC men (1-0) had seven different individual winners in downing Rutgers, 147-96.

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