Loyola weathers late charge, halts William and Mary, 8-7

March 31, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Erica Attonito scored two goals as Loyola held off host William and Mary, 8-7, yesterday in a women's lacrosse game.

Kerri Johnson added a goal and two assists for the Greyhounds (7-0, 3-0 Colonial Athletic Association), who never trailed in the game.

The Tribe (1-4, 0-1), which has lost four straight, scored four goals in the last seven minutes, but could not tie the game. her first career hat trick.

Maryland goalkeeper Jamie Brodsky, the nation's leader in save percentage and goals against average, recorded four saves while allowing just two goals.

Virginia 14, UMBC 6: Beth Potter scored six goals and added an assist to propel Virginia (5-2) past host UMBC (1-5).

Debbie Krastel and Emily Petrlik each scored twice for the Retrievers, who were outshot 26-10 in the first half.

After UMBC tied the game at 3-3, the Cavaliers scored eight straight goals and never looked back.

James Madison 10, Towson State 4: Megan Riley scored three goals as James Madison (5-3) downed visiting Towson State (3-5).

Kathy McCafferty had two goals to lead the Tigers.

Ohio State 7, Mount St. Mary's 6: Monica Douglas scored with 31 seconds left in the game to lift Ohio State (1-1) to a win over host Mount St. Mary's (3-4).

Douglas' goal capped a 3-0 rally over the last 10: 09 and gave the Buckeyes their first victory in school history.

Johns Hopkins 22, Bryn Mawr 2: Jenn Ward scored four goals and Francine Brennan added three to lead host Johns Hopkins (4-1, 3-0) past Bryn Mawr (0-3, 0-3) in a Centennial Conference game.

Western Maryland 13, Haverford 11: Robin Zimmerly scored all three of her goals in the second half to lift host Western Maryland (2-0, 2-0) past Haverford (4-1, 1-1) in a Centennial Conference game.

Villa Julie 18, Mary Baldwin 2: Wendy Dieter scored four goals to power host Villa Julie (4-3) past Mary Baldwin (0-3).

The Mustangs outshot Mary Baldwin, 28-5.

Pub Date: 3/31/96

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