Richmond pulls upset of No. 3 Terps Goal in 53rd minute gets 1-0 men's soccer victory

October 16, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Brent Cesare scored the only goal in the 53rd minute to lift the University of Richmond to a stunning, 1-0, upset last night of third-ranked Maryland in men's college soccer at Ludwid Field.

Spiders goalkeeper Adrian Clewlow recorded only one save, and the Terps' Andy Kirk had three saves. Each team had nine shots.

Mount St. Mary's 3, West Virginia 2: Simon Hodkin scored his second goal of the game in the 10th minute of overtime as the Mount come from behind to win in Morgantown, W. Va.

After a scoreless first half, the Mount (8-5-2) opened the scoring on a goal by Hodkin in the 57th minute. West Virginia (5-9) tied the game at 1 on a goal by Jared Feola with 10: 50 left in regulation.

Johns Hopkins 1, St. Mary's 0: Chris Thomas scored the game-winner at the 52: 30 mark of the second half to lift the visiting Blue Jays over the Seahawks (6-6).

Women's soccer

Virginia 2, Loyola 1: Melissa Martenak scored at 78: 48 to break up the shutout, but the Greyhounds (9-4-2) could not overcome the sixth-ranked team on the road.

Jennifer Rawlings gave the Cavaliers (9-4-2) a 1-0 lead on a penalty kick at 32: 51, and Katie Tracy scored at 68: 33.

The loss ended a nine-game unbeaten streak for Loyola.

Pub Date: 10/16/97

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