Werle's 2 goals lift Loyola past Niagara, 4-0 Shutout is 2nd in 3 games

Towson, Mount victorious

September 07, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman defender Mike Werle (Cardinal Gibbons) scored two goals as host Loyola shut out Niagara, 4-0, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men's soccer game yesterday.

David Frieder and Kevin Korn combined efforts as the Greyhounds (1-0-2, 1-0) earned their second shutout in three games. Guillermo Rodriguez had four saves for Niagara (0-2, 0-1).

Towson 5, Sacred Heart 0: Richie Moller scored four goals to power Towson past Sacred Heart in the semifinals of the Towson Invitational. Sacred Heart's Scott Glibowski made five saves, three more than Towson's Matt Dudek.

Mount St. Mary's 3, St. Peter's 1: Simon Hodkin and Duncan Gladwin scored goals and Mount St. Mary's got an own goal to beat St. Peter's in the semifinals of the Towson Invitational.

Haverford 12, Villa Julie 1: Richard Billings scored four goals and had an assist and Frank Adamson added three goals and an assist as Haverford (2-0) routed Villa Julie (1-2) in the Goucher Kickoff Classic.


UMBC 2, Quinnipiac 1: Theresa Rosbert scored a goal and assisted on the other to help host UMBC (1-2) defeat Quinnipiac (0-1).

Johns Hopkins 1, St. Mary's 0: Sarah Parola netted the game-winner at 11: 30 of the first half to lift the Blue Jays (2-0) over visiting St. Mary's (1-1).

Towson 1, Marist 0: Christie Landi scored unassisted at the 65: 41 mark to lift the Tigers. Tina Steck recorded her first shutout of the year, making six saves. Beth Zack had 12 saves for Marist (1-2).

George Washington 3, Loyola 0: Jane Anderson scored twice in the second half as visiting George Washington (1-1) shut out Loyola (2-1) at College of Notre Dame's Alumnae Field.

Colgate 2, Navy 0: Colgate got single goals from Rachel D'Orazio and Lauren Esposito to shut out Navy (2-1, 0-1) in a Patriot League game.

Pub Date: 9/07/97

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