Salisbury too much for Goucher, 34-2

March 28, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior attackman Jason Coffman totaled seven goals and four assists as top-ranked Salisbury State routed host Goucher, 34-2, yesterday in men's lacrosse. The win was the Sea Gulls' 40th in a row and the 100th for eighth-year coach Jim Berkman.

Salisbury State (7-0) raced to a 10-0 lead after the first quarter and eventually built a 14-0 advantage. Goucher (2-5) ended the shutout when sophomore attackman Brent Grabill scored, but Bergey and Daniel Wolf scored 12 seconds apart to give the Sea Gulls a 16-1 lead with 6: 42 remaining before halftime.

Coffman's four goals and two assists ignited a 12-goal third quarter, and Coffman's goal at the 2: 34 mark was the last of a 15-0 Salisbury run.

Delaware 16, Cornell 14: Pat Gately scored four goals to lift Delaware (5-2) over host Cornell (1-4). It was the third straight win for the Blue Hens, who avenged a two-goal loss to the Big Red.

Gately broke a 6-6 tie with a goal with 51 seconds left in the first half and started a 4-0 run by the Hens to open the second half.

Gately, Roger Jordan, Lavey, and Chris Felosky each scored an unassisted goal in the first six minutes of the second half to put Delaware up 11-6.

Cornell scored five of the game's last six goals, the final score coming with 16 seconds left to play.

Gettysburg 13, Bowdoin 4: Jamie Bateman scored five goals as Gettysburg (1-2) downed visiting Bowdoin (0-1).


St. Joseph's 15, Mount St. Mary's 1: Shannon Feite had four goals and four assists to pace St. Joseph's (2-3) over host Mount St. Mary's (3-3). Jen Stocker scored for the Mount with 25 seconds left.

Pub Date: 3/28/96

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