PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Matt Hahn scored a career-best five goals as No. 4 Maryland blasted Rutgers, 15-5, last night.
The Terps (9-2), who held Rutgers scoreless for the first 21 minutes and the final five minutes of the game, have won four of their past five games.
Maryland opened up a 6-0 lead when Hahn scored twice off passes from Frank Radin in the first two minutes of the second quarter. After Rutgers scored its first goal six minutes into the quarter, the Terps reeled off three goals in the last five minutes before halftime to take a 9-1 lead.
The Scarlet Knights (5-7) went on a 3-0 run to open the third period, but Hahn and Maury LaPointe each answered with unassisted goals for Maryland.
The Terps outshot Rutgers, 51-25, and have won 20 of 21 games with the Scarlet Knights.
Maryland women 10, Penn State 6: Kelly Amonte had one goal and added three assists to lead top-ranked Maryland past No. 5 Penn State in College Park. Amonte's four total points gave her 88 for the season and established a single-season school record.
The Terps (15-0) improved their national records to 32 straight victories and 52 straight regular-season wins. Penn State (11-4) was outshot, 24-16.
Pub Date: 4/28/96