UMBC women top Wagner, 3-1 Retrievers improve to 5-0 in soccer

September 15, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

UMBC scored three goals and held Wagner without a shot attempt for over 53 minutes en route to a 3-1 victory yesterday in women's soccer at UMBC Stadium Field Complex.

The Retrievers are 5-0 this season, and Wagner remains winless at 0-5.

Freshman midfielder Theresa Rosbert scored off a corner kick 51 seconds into the contest and Kristen Einarson followed with an attempt that deflected off Wagner goaltender Averyl Growden for a 2-0 Retrievers lead.

Summer Markert scored UMBC's third goal at 37: 12. Cheryl Moore had the Seahawks' goal.

Temple 2, Mount St. Mary's 0: Kim Fitzgerald scored with two minutes left in the first half and Kate Gallagher added another goal 16 minutes into the second half as the host Owls (1-2) shut out the Mountaineers (1-2).

Navy 3, Holy Cross 2, OT: Junior Cori Thompson scored on a cross from Shannon Filbin 9: 27 into the first overtime to lift the Midshipmen to their first Patriot League win of the season.

Navy got two second-half goals from Anne Kipp and Jenny Meyer to erase a 2-0 deficit.

Goucher 6, Villa Julie 3: Kathleen Fort and Jessica Noyes each totaled two goals and an assist as Goucher (3-2) rallied for three goals in the second overtime period to defeat Villa Julie (1-4).

Men's soccer

Towson State 2, Delaware 1: Forwards Gary Houck and Andre Wise each had a goal to lead the Tigers to a come-from-behind win over the host Blue Hens.

Houck's goal tied the game at 1-1, then Wise scored the eventual game-winning goal at the 20th minute of the second half.

Mount St. Mary's 3, Marist 0: John Burke, Duncan Gladwin and Simon Hodkin each had a goal as the Mountaineers improved their record to 3-1-1 and 1-0 in the Northeast Conference.

Pub Date: 9/15/96

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