Salisbury handles Washington, 16-5 Towson State bounces New Hampshire, 15-7

State

April 20, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Peter Troup scored four goals and Jared Mills and Jake Bergey each scored three times to help Salisbury State rout Washington College, 16-5, yesterday in men's lacrosse at Salisbury.

The Sea Gulls' win was the seventh straight over the Shoremen in regular-season play, but Washington College still leads the overall series, 16-10.

Ahead 5-3 after one quarter, the Sea Gulls (10-1) broke away by scoring nine of the next 10 goals over the second and third periods to build a 12-3 lead. Bergey and Troup combined for four goals and two assists over that span.

The Shoremen (10-3) were held to just one goal in the middle periods, that coming from John Fuller at the 11: 02 mark of the third quarter. Washington converted on only two of 12 extra-man opportunities.

Senior goalkeeper Anthony Tufano made a season-high 16 saves for Salisbury, who had 10 players who scored at least one point.

"In the last six weeks this team has gotten a lot better," Salisbury State coach Jim Berkman said. "And that's not just one or two guys, that's a lot of guys."

No. 13 Towson State 15, New Hampshire 7: Kevin Sturm scored a game-high seven goals to lift the Tigers (4-4, 3-1) to an America East victory over the host Wildcats (3-8, 0-5). The loss stopped New Hampshire's two-game winning streak.

Matt Clune had a pair of goals and four assists for the Tigers, who held a 76-58 edge in ground balls.

Western Maryland 14, Franklin & Marshall 7: Junior Bo Schrott scored five goals and had two assists to lead the Green Terror (9-0, 4-0) to a Centennial Conference win in Lancaster, Pa.

Matt Hoppe contributed four goals and four assists for Western Maryland.

St. Mary's 9, Washington & Lee 8: Rob Carr's unassisted goal with 1: 45 left lifted the host Seahawks (5-7) to victory over the Generals. Jim England led the way for St. Mary's with three goals.

St. Mary's squandered a 5-3 halftime lead, as the Generals reeled off five straight goals to lead 8-6. The Seahawks scored twice in the final three minutes to tie the game.

Fairfield 17, Mount St. Mary's 12: J.T. Groarke and Spencer Steele each scored six goals to lead the host Stags to a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win that cinched their second straight MAAC championship.

Women

Johns Hopkins 11, Haverford 4: Neda Dawood, Elizabeth Koza and Kate Heritage each scored two goals as the host Blue Jays (7-3) used a second-half rally to run away to victory. Koza also had two assists.

Western Maryland 22, Bryn Mawr 4: Sophomore Amy North (Liberty) scored five goals for the second straight game as Western Maryland (8-3, 5-3) rolled past Bryn Mawr (3-11, 1-6) in a Centennial Conference game.

Davidson 15, Mount St. Mary's 9: The Wildcats (7-4) jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the game's first nine minutes on the way to victory over the host Mountaineers (6-6). Allison Rhoades scored six goals to lead Davidson, while Jen Stocker led the way for Mount St. Mary's with three goals and an assist.

Pub Date: 4/20/97

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