16th-ranked William and Mary edges Loyola, 1-0

October 15, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Midfielder Luke Bockelmann scored the only goal of the game with 13: 32 left yesterday to push visiting William and Mary, ranked 16th nationally, past Loyola, 1-0, in men's soccer.

The Tribe improved to 10-2 overall with its 10th win in its past 11 games. The Greyhounds dropped to 6-5-2 to end a two-game win streak.

Loyola out-shot the Tribe 16-5 but forced goaltender Adin Brown to make just three saves for his seventh shutout of the season.

Frostburg State 1, California (Pa.) 0: Peter Merrill scored his 11th goal of the season 22 minutes into the game to lead the Bobcats, ranked eighth in the South Region, to a home victory. Walker Boyd had 10 saves for Frostburg to stretch his shutout streak to 220 minutes.

Western Maryland 2, Villa Julie 1: Art Kruse and Steve Como scored second-half goals to lift the Green Terror over the Mustangs (3-11).


Johns Hopkins 4, Western Maryland 2: Freshman Sarah Parola had a goal and an assist to lead the Blue Jays (10-1) to a road victory over the Green Terror (7-5). Parola leads the Centennial Conference with 13 goals.

College of Notre Dame 3, Marymount 0: Diana Muto scored a goal to lead the Gators (10-4), ranked seventh in the Mid-Atlantic Region, to a home victory over Marymount (6-5).

Pub Date: 10/15/97

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