Loyola rallies past UMass UM women win 47th in row

April 13, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Backup goalkeeper Sean Gaiser shut out Massachusetts in the second half as No. 10 Loyola rallied to beat the No. 12 Minutemen, 11-8, yesterday at Amherst, Mass.

Loyola (5-2) scored the final eight goals, holding UMass (5-4) scoreless for the last 33: 37.

Ohio State 17, Mount St. Mary's 11: Tim Johnson had six goals and three assists as Ohio State (4-4) defeated visiting Mount St. Mary's (6-4).

Washington College 18, Gettysburg 9: Andy Taibl made 16 saves to lift Washington College over host Gettysburg.

Salisbury State 11, Adelphi 6: Peter Troup scored three goals and added an assist to lead Salisbury State (9-1) over visiting Adelphi (5-1).

Western Maryland 11, Haverford 8: Western Maryland came back from three goals down and received three goals from Jeremy Kober as the host Green Terror (8-0) downed Haverford (5-5).


No. 1 Maryland 17, Harvard 4: Sarah Forbes had four goals and three assists as Maryland (11-0) topped visiting Harvard (3-4). The Terps have won a lacrosse-record 47 consecutive games.

No. 2 Loyola 13, No. 14 Old Dominion 8: Senior midfielder Kerri Johnson scored three of her team-high four goals in the first half to power Loyola (9-0, 6-0) past Old Dominion (5-7, 3-3) in a Colonial Athletic Association at Curley Field. The win clinched the Greyhounds' second consecutive CAA regular-season title and moved ninth-year coach Diane Aikens (103-43) into a first-place tie with Ann McCloskey for career wins at Loyola.

Mount St. Mary's 13, Fairfield 10: Megan Eaton scored three goals to pace Mount St. Mary's (5-4) over host Fairfield (3-7).

Washington College 10, Dickinson 7: Veronica Ganzman had a hat trick and host Washington College (4-6, 1-5) defeated Dickinson (1-7, 0-6) in Centennial Conference action.

Johns Hopkins 6, Ursinus 4: Danielle Maschuci and Neda Dawood each scored twice to power visiting Johns Hopkins (6-3, 5-0) past defending Centennial Conference Champion Ursinus (5-5, 3-3).

St. Mary's 12, Goucher 10: Tara Jensen made 15 saves as St. Mary's edged visiting Goucher.

College of Notre Dame 13, Mary Baldwin 3: Teri Tobash had four goals as the College of Notre Dame (9-5) topped visiting Mary Baldwin to win the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference title.

Pub Date: 4/13/97

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