Iona ends Loyola jinx, 3-2, despite 2 Lindenmayer goals

October 05, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Iona got goals from three players and defeated Loyola, 3-2, yesterday in a men's soccer game in New Rochelle, N.Y.

Iona (9-2, 4-1) added to a 1-0 halftime lead with a goal from Sean Murphy in the 75th minute, before the Greyhounds (4-4-2, 3-1) responded with the first of two goals from Christof Lindenmayer to cut their deficit to 2-1.

The win was Iona's first over Loyola in school history.

Radford 1, UMBC 0: Derek Zimmerman scored 6: 40 into the game and the host Highlanders (5-4-1) held on for a Big South Conference win. The shutout was Radford's eighth this season.

Monmouth 1, Mount St. Mary's 1: Mount St. Mary's Simon Hodkin scored in the first minute, but Kyle LeBaron's goal in the 61st minute gave the visitors a tie in a Northeast Conference game.

Muhlenberg 1, Johns Hopkins 0: Johan Hohman's goal at 14: 30 lifted No. 21 Muhlenberg over No. 2 Johns Hopkins in a Centennial Conference game. The Blue Jays (6-2) have lost two straight games, and their string of 16 consecutive league wins ended.

Women

William and Mary 4, UMBC 0: Ann Cook scored two goals to lift the 14th-ranked Tribe (8-4) over the Retrievers (5-5).

Franklin & Marshall 1, Johns Hopkins 0: Missy Coroso's first-half goal dealt the Blue Jays, ranked seventh in the Mid-Atlantic, their first loss. Kate Cushman made five saves for Hopkins (8-1).

Pub Date: 10/05/97

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