Late goals by Chelius, Forbes keep Terps women undefeated Hartford men nip Harvard on final-second goal

March 20, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Ginette Chelius' goal with six minutes remaining gave the top-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team a 6-5 win over No. 2 Virginia yesterday at Charlottesville.

Virginia led 4-3 at halftime, and 5-4 with 14 minutes remaining, but the Terrapins notched three of the four second-half goals to improve their record to 4-0.

Sarah Forbes and Chelius, who each scored twice, tallied the last two goals of the game to drop Virginia to 4-1.

Following a shooting space violation, the Cavaliers had a chance to tie the game with 40 seconds remaining on a free position shot on goal, but Alex Kahoe made one of her 10 saves to preserve the win.

Virginia goaltender Heather Castle made five saves.

Cornell 11, Virginia Tech 10: Senior midfielder Lauren Feinstein (Annapolis) scored a career-high five goals, including the game-winner with 4: 40 remaining, to lift the Big Red (2-1) to a road victory.


Hartford 10, Harvard 9: Freshman attackman Keith Anzelone scored with one second remaining in overtime and senior goalie Chris LaMonica stopped 28 shots to lift the Hawks (2-1) to an upset win over the 12th-ranked Crimson in Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard's Doug Crofton (four goals) sent the game into overtime when he scored with 5: 48 left.

Hartford opened an early 3-0 lead, and led, 8-6, in the fourth period before Harvard rallied.

Salisbury State 26, St. Lawrence 6: The Sea Gulls scored the game's first 13 goals and cruised at home.

Fourteen different players scored for Salisbury State (3-1), which is ranked sixth in NCAA Division III.

Jake Bergey led the Gulls with four scores, and teammates John Monar and Matt Walstrum added three each. Monar also contributed three assists.

Three Sea Gulls goaltenders combined for 18 saves.

Air Force 13, Colgate 12: Dennis Baniewicz scored two goals and had two assists in the second half as the Falcons (4-1) rallied to win at home. Steve Sztan led the Falcons with three goals and and assist.

Rutgers 14, Radford 4: Craig Buckley, Rod Carolan, Dean Falzon and James Hulsmann each scored two goals as the Scarlet Knights (3-2) splashed past the Highlanders (2-3) in a road game.

Chris Karppala (Dulaney) had two goals for Radford. Knights goalie Mike Zoanetti stopped 15 shots.

Pub Date: 3/20/97

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