Wycinsky's goal, assists send Terps to 4-1 loss William & Mary scores four unanswered goals

September 08, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Missy Wycinsky scored a goal and assisted on two others to power No. 11 William & Mary to an upset victory over No. 10 Maryland, 4-1, in women's soccer yesterday in Williamsburg, Va.

Keri Sarver gave the Terps (2-1) a 1-0 lead at the 30-minute, 47-second mark. The Indians (3-0) scored twice in the following 4: 38 on goals by Stephanie Loehr and Ann Cook for a 2-1 halftime advantage.

Wycinsky earned her second assist on Carrie Moore's second-half goal at 48: 07 and added a goal at 68: 30.

Goucher 8, Alvernia 0: Senior forward Sarah Weaver recorded four goals and two assists as Goucher (1-2) shut out Alvernia (0-2) in the consolation game of the Swat Kick Classic.

College of Notre Dame 3, Millersville 0: Amanda Laughton scored the opening goal at the 18: 59 mark of the first half, as the Gators (2-1) shut out Millersville (2-1) in the final of the Franklin & Marshall Tournament in Lancaster, Pa.


Maryland 3, Howard 2, OT: Pierre Venditti took a pass from Judah Cooks and drove it in the net seven minutes into overtime to lift No. 2 Maryland (4-0) over visiting Howard in the title game of the Diadora/3 Brothers Classic.

Towson 2, Mount St. Mary's 1: Adam Lowe and Mario Becker scored on headers 2: 01 apart in the first half to lead host Towson (3-1) past Mount St. Mary's (3-1) in the Towson Invitational final.

Haverford 5, Goucher 0: Frank Adamson scored three goals and added an assist as Haverford (3-0) shut out Goucher (0-2) in the final of the Goucher Kickoff Classic.

Pub Date: 9/08/97

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