Hochstadt and Radin power Terps Each scores 4 goals in Maryland's 15-9 conquest of Duke

March 01, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

DURHAM, N.C. -- Scott Hochstadt scored four goals on four shots and Frank Radin added a career-bestfour goals as No. 3 Maryland defeated No. 7 Duke, 15-9, yesterday at Duke Lacrosse Stadium in the Atlantic Coast Conference opener for both schools.

The Terps avenged two losses to the Blue Devils a year ago and lead the all-time series, 47-7. Kevin Healy also proved key in his third career start, stopping a career-high 22 shots for Maryland.

Radin opened the scoring in the game's first two minutes and after the Blue Devils (0-1) built a 5-3 lead midway through the second period, the Terps (2-0) scored the next four goals for a 7-5 lead at halftime.

Hochstadt, a Boys' Latin graduate, had two goals during the Maryland run, both of which were assisted by Bob Hanna.

Both teams traded goals in the third quarter, which ended with Maryland ahead 10-8. After Duke got within 10-9 with 12: 35 left, on a goal by John O'Donnell, the Terps finished the Blue Devils by scoring four consecutive goals.

T.J. Durnan and Jared Frood led Duke with two goals each. However, the Terps held the Blue Devils' third-team All-American attackman John Fay scoreless and their midfield combination of Scott Diggs and Nick Hartofilis to two goals and an assist.

Maryland held the advantage in shots (45-38), ground balls (42-33) and faceoffs (14 of 25).

Matt Hahn scored his only goal of the game with 2: 09 left before halftime to increase his consecutive point-scoring streak to 47 games.

Pub Date: 3/01/98

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