Terps women rout Towson, 21-3 MacCrate, Amonte total 7 goals

April 03, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Kelly Amonte had three goals and three assists and Karen MacCrate added four goals and one assist as top-ranked Maryland routed host Towson State, 21-3, yesterday in women's lacrosse.

It's the largest goal total by the Terps (8-0) since April 30, 1994. Amonte, who already holds the school record for total points, tied the Maryland career assist record of 107 by Judy Dougherty.

The Terps, who have won 26 straight, scored 16 goals in the first 30 minutes. The Tigers (3-6) were outshot, 43-10.

Goucher 16, Mary Washington 12: Courtney Crangi and Kristin Carey each scored five goals to pace visiting Goucher (7-1) over Mary Washington (6-2).

Johns Hopkins 14, Swarthmore 4: Francine Brennan, Mimi Sokolowski and Tracy Brady each scored three goals to lift Johns Hopkins (5-1, 4-0) over visiting Swarthmore (4-2, 1-2). Denise Sarver and Robin Zimmerly scored three goals each to lead Western Maryland (3-0, 3-0) past host Washington College (0-6, 0-5) in a Centennial Conference game. Washing- ton trimmed the advantage to 10-7 before Sarver and Zimmerly scored their third goals.

Men

Western Maryland 19, Goucher 4: Matt Hoppe scored six goals for the second consecutive game and senior Dean Coccia racked up seven assists as Western Maryland (7-0), No. 19 in Division III, pounded visiting Goucher (2-7). Coccia added one goal to his seven assists, which was just one shy of tying the school record.

The Green Terror held Goucher without a goal for 31: 04 between the Gophers' third and fourth scores. The win also enabled the Green Terror to equal the team's best start ever, matching the 7-0 start of the 1982 squad.

Pub Date: 4/03/96

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