Terps women extend streak, edge No. 5 Penn State, 10-6

April 28, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

COLLEGE PARK -- Kelly Amonte had one goal and added three assists to lead top-ranked Maryland past No. 5 Penn State, 10-6, last night at Ludwig Field.

Amonte's four total points gave her 88 for the season and established a single-season school record.

She surpassed Mary Ann Oelgoetz, who scored 84 total points in 1990.

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.

Maryland recovered from an early 1-0 deficit to score seven consecutive goals.

The Terps increased their lead to 9-2 with just under 25 minutes remaining before the Nittany Lions scored four of the game's last five goals.

Sarah Forbes, Sascha Newmarch and Liz Downing each added two goals each for Maryland.

Terps goalkeeper Jamie Brodsky tied a season best with 10 saves.

Goals: P--DeJuliis 2, Connelly 2, Johnson, Long; M--Forbes 2, Newmarch 2, Downing 2, Amonte, Goldsborough, Nelson, Chelius. Assists: P--Corw 3; M--Amonte 3, MacCrate 2, Downing. Saves: P--Ratzlaff 14; M--Brodsky 10.

Halftime: Maryland 7-2.

Pub Date: 4/28/96

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