No. 1 Terps crush Temple, 15-4 Women

March 17, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Liz Downing and Randall Goldsborough each scored three goals as top-ranked Maryland defeated Temple, 15-4, at Ludwig Field yesterday. The victory extends the Terps' winning streak to a school-record 20 games and their regular-season unbeaten string to 39.

The Terps (3-0), who led 8-0 at halftime, outshot the Owls, 28-16.

Loyola 9, Old Dominion 6: Erica Attonito scored three first-half goals to help Loyola (3-0) beat host Old Dominion (0-2).

William & Mary 9, UMBC 2: Defender Jeanne Lekin scored two goals, leading a balanced attack as William & Mary opened with a win over host UMBC (1-1).

Roanoke 14, Johns Hopkins 12: Lisa Franzino had four goals and two assists as Roanoke (2-0) beat visiting Johns Hopkins (1-1).

Salisbury State 12, Gettysburg 11, OT: Kristin Scarola scored with 1: 05 left to lift host Salisbury State (2-1) over Gettysburg (0-1).

Goucher 11, Colorado College 3: Courtney Crangi and Michele Mohlman each had four goals to pace Goucher (3-0) over visiting Colorado College (1-2).

College of Notre Dame 11, Bridgewater 10: Tinah Houck scored five goals as the College of Notre Dame (1-0) edged visiting Bridgewater.

Villa Julie 14, Vassar 9: Melissa Mace and Krissy Busse each netted five goals as host Villa Julie (1-2) topped Vassar.

Pub Date: 3/17/96

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