No. 20 James Madison tops Mount, 4-0 Salisbury women lose bid for CAC title, 2-0

November 03, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Geoff Honeysett had two goals and an assist to lead 20th-ranked James Madison over Mount St. Mary's, 4-0, in men's soccer yesterday in Harrisonburg, Va.

Honeysett's header at the 27th minute gave the Dukes (12-3) a 2-0 lead en route to a three-goal first half. Honeysett got his second goal when he followed a shot by Dave Mason in the 53rd minute.

The Mount (10-7-1) got nine saves from Eric McPhee (Fallston) and Bruce Engle.

Towson State 2, Drexel 1: Junior Andre Wise scored from 12 yards out, off a pass from Andy Stroud, with 5: 03 remaining to lead the host Tigers (9-7, 5-4) to their third straight victory.

Drexel scored first on a goal by Rob Gottschalk, but Towson State tied the game when Stroud's header found the net with 24 seconds left before halftime.

Western Maryland 4, Ursinus 2: Mac Wilson and Duane Campbell scored in overtime to carry the Green Terror (6-8-2, 2-5) over Ursinus (7-10-1, 4-4) in the Centennial Conference.

Art Crouse (North Carroll) forced overtime with his team-leading fifth goal for Western Maryland with 28 seconds left in regulation. Wilson broke the tie, off an assist from Crouse, with 6: 15 left in the first 15-minute overtime. The second extra session was canceled due to darkness.

Christopher Newport 2, Goucher 0: Christopher Newport (11-5) scored two second-half goals three minutes apart to end the regular season with a nonconference win over the visiting Gophers (7-9).

Women

Mary Washington 2, Salisbury State 0: Goals by Robin Kozic and Anne Wenthe helped the host Eagles (14-4-2) defeat the Seagulls (17-3) to win the Capital Athletic Conference championship.

Salisbury, which finished the season with a team record for wins, had won 11 straight.

Towson State 3, Hofstra 0: The Tigers (9-7-1, 3-3) received goals from three different scorers and goalkeeper Megan Lumsden posted her school-record seventh shutout of the season, as Towson State earned a berth in next weekend's America East tournament at Vermont.

Pub Date: 11/03/96

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