Terps ride Harbo's goals past Penn, 2-0 UM takes Puma tourney with Serrins' first shutout

September 15, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Emily Harbo scored two goals to lead Maryland (5-1) to the Puma Tournament championship with a 2-0 win yesterday over Pennsylvania in women's college soccer at College Park.

Harbo broke a scoreless tie in the 53rd minute by converting a pass from Keri Sarver, then scored off a pass from Michelle Deville in the 65th minute.

Terrapins freshman goalkeeper Riki-Ann Serrins recorded her first shutout of the season.

Johns Hopkins 6, King's College 0: Courtney Walker scored three times, twice in the second half, as the Blue Jays (4-0) ran away with the Wesley College Tournament title game. Hopkins' Sarah Parola was voted MVP.

Salisbury State 5, Greensboro 0: Amy Gallagher had two second-half goals and Cortney Urban had a goal and an assist as the host Sea Gulls (3-1) won a non-conference game.

Men's soccer

George Mason 4, UMBC 0: The Patriots built a 3-0 first-half lead behind two goals from Eduardo Lima on the way to victory in the second game of the George Mason/UMBRO Classic. Lima's goals came in the 33rd and 44th minutes.

Johns Hopkins 2, Elmira 0: Peter Quinn and Eric West each scored first-half goals as the eighth-ranked Blue Jays (4-0) won the Elmira Tournament. Quinn was voted tournament MVP and was one of five Hopkins players to make the All-Tournament team.

Field hockey

Maryland 6, Boston U. 1: Freshman Carla Tagliente had a hat trick, scoring three goals in a row in the second half to power the visiting Terps (6-0) past the Terriers (1-2). Maryland outshot Boston University, 18-5.

Dartmouth 1, Towson 0: Sophomore Kristen Scopaz's goal with 19 seconds left in the first half was enough to hand the host Tigers (1-3) their third straight loss.

Pub Date: 9/15/97

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