Unranked team upsets Terps, 4-3, with two minutes left

September 08, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jorge del Corral scored with two minutes remaining as visiting and unranked Florida International upset No. 10 Maryland, 4-3, in men's soccer in College Park yesterday. The Terps (1-2) were outshot, 14-10.

Maryland led throughout and took a 3-2 lead when Jason Cropley scored unassisted with 21 minutes left in the game. The Golden Panthers (2-0) tied the game two minutes later on a goal by Tyrone Marshall and took their first lead on del Corral's game-winner.

Colgate 2, Navy 1: Freshman Dan Rollins scored a pair of goals less than a minute apart in the late stages of the second half to rally Colgate (1-1) past visiting Navy (1-1-1) in a Patriot League game. It was the first time Midshipmen goalkeeper Greg Stepler (two saves) allowed a goal this season.

Towson State 3, Siena 0: Ethan Jennings made five saves as host Towson State (3-0) blanked Siena (0-1).

Florida Atlantic 2, UMBC 1: Andreas Johansson scored the winner two minutes into overtime as Florida Atlantic (1-1) edged UMBC (1-1) in Orlando, Fla.

Women's soccer

Maryland 6, New Hampshire 1: Kerri Sarver and Emmy Harbo scored two goals apiece to pace visiting Maryland (4-0) over New Hampshire (1-1).

Navy 9, Pittsburgh 1: Freshmen Michelle Nance, Kristen Riismandel and Shannon Filbin each scored two goals as host PTC Navy (1-0) set a school record for single-game goals, defeating Pittsburgh (0-1).

UMBC 1, Liberty 0: Freshman midfielder Jessaka Phoebus scored on a header at 14: 39 to give host UMBC (3-0) a victory over Big South rival Liberty (0-2). The Retrievers outshot the Flames 23-5.

Loyola 2, Lehigh 0: Alison Yankanich scored two goals as Loyola (2-0) shut down visiting Lehigh (2-2).

Hartwick 1, Mount St. Mary's 0: Orest Grechka's goal in the 39th minute gave Hartwick (1-3) a victory over Mount St. Mary's (1-1-1).

Pub Date: 9/08/96

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