Freshman Jason Cropley scored in the first overtime to give the University of Maryland a 1-1 men's soccer tie with host Virginia yesterday in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both teams.
Three minutes after Billy Walsh gave the Cavaliers a 1-0 advantage, Terps midfielder Judah Cooks found Cropley unmarked six yards from the far post for the tying goal.
Brian West (Centennial), who assisted on Walsh's goal, had an opportunity to win the game for the Cavs, but blasted an 8-yard shot off the crossbar.
The meeting was the 50th in a series Maryland leads, 27-18-5. The Terps are just 1-17-2 against Virginia in the last 20 meetings.
Loyola 4, Robert Morris 2, 2 OT: Ari Edelman scored the game-winner with 5: 28 remaining in the second overtime as visiting Loyola (1-2-1) defeated Robert Morris (2-2-1).
Edelman assisted on Mike Burke's tying goal at 1: 19 in regulation that sent the game into overtime.
Joe Schafer posted a career-high 14 saves for Loyola.
Santa Clara 3, Navy 1: Alberto Montoya's shot, which deflected off Navy goalkeeper John Bachmore and into the net four minutes into the first overtime, proved to be the game-winner for fifth-ranked Santa Clara in the second round of the MetLife Classic in San Francisco.
Freshman Clifton Smith had the goal for Navy (1-3-1).
Goucher 4, Haverford 3: Radcliffe Roye (two goals) connected on a penalty kick for the eventual game-winner with 8: 14 remaining to help the host Gophers (3-0) hold off the Fords (2-2).
Chris Walton also scored twice for Goucher.
Maryland 4, Davidson 1: Sophomore Emmy Harbo scored a goal and added two assists to lead the No. 6 Terps (7-0-0) to victory in the James Madison/Sheraton Four Points Hotel Tournament in Harrisonburg, Va.
Robin McCullough, Keri Sarver and Jackie Mynorski also scored for Maryland.
Maryland 6, Wake Forest 1: Christine DeBow and Nadine Bennett each had two goals and an assist to lead the visiting Terps (2-2, 2-1) to an an Atlantic Coast Conference victory over the Demon Deacons (4-2, 0-1).
Pub Date: 9/16/96