Hopkins drops Dickinson on goal with 5 minutes left Del Monaco caps rally, 2-1

penalty kick beats UMBC

November 02, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore John Del Monaco's goal with five minutes remaining lifted Johns Hopkins to a 2-1 win yesterday over Dickinson in a men's soccer game in Carlisle, Pa.

Hopkins (14-2, 6-1 Centennial Conference), ranked 25th in Division III, trailed 1-0 before Chris Thomas converted off an assist from Rosario Chiarenza with 14 minutes left in the first half.

Winthrop 1, UMBC 0: Darryl Gomez converted a penalty kick in the 55th minute in the regular-season finale for both schools.

UMBC (5-11, 2-4-1), outshot 8-2 in the second half, played the final 35 minutes a man down.

Frostburg State 3, Shepherd, W.Va. 0: Steve Hemke scored in each half and added an assist to lead the Bobcats (16-2), ranked ninth in the Division III South Region, to their eighth straight win.

Salisbury State 2, North Carolina Wesleyan 1: Brian Doherty scored on two penalty kicks in the second half to lead the Sea Gulls (10-7) to their fourth straight win.

Salisbury plays host to Marymount in the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament tomorrow.


UMBC 6, Long Island 0: Senior Kathy Zonis scored three goals and Shannon Bagrosky added two as the host Retrievers (9-8) earned a Big South victory.

UMBC will play Liberty in the opening round of the conference tournament Thursday at 4 p.m.

Central Connecticut State 2, Mount St. Mary's 0: Scottish freshman Jane McFarlane scored her 19th and 20th goals as the host Blue Devils (11-0, 6-0) finished the regular season unbeaten.

The Mount, seeded No. 3, will play second-seeded Monmouth in the Northeast Conference Tournament semifinals Friday at 11 a.m.

Johns Hopkins 5, Dickinson 1: Courtney Walker had two goals and an assist to lead the Blue Jays (15-1-1, 8-1) to a Centennial Conference win. Freshman Sarah Parola's 20th goal set a Hopkins record.

Muhlenberg 3, Western Maryland 1: Freshman Jen Sands scored twice in the first half to send visiting Muhlenberg (10-6-2, 6-3) to its seventh straight victory in a Centennial Conference game.

Sophomore Beth Blasi (Fallston) scored for Western Maryland (10-6, 6-3).

Mary Washington 1, Salisbury State 0: Anne Wenthe, Leah Phillips, Ellen Anderson and Sarah Downey each converted a penalty kick to lift the host Eagles (17-1-1) to their third straight Capital Athletic Conference championship and end an 11-game unbeaten streak by the Sea Gulls (15-4-1).

Essex 3, Catonsville 1: Bev Campbell scored a goal in each half as the Knights (9-4-2) advanced to the Region XX final. Essex will play host to Anne Arundel for the championship tomorrow night at 7.

Anne Arundel 2, Charles 1: Angel Vinson scored the game-winner in the 43rd minute for the top-seeded Pioneers (13-1-2).

Pub Date: 11/02/97

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