Janowicz, No. 9 UMass roll past Hartford, 18-7 No. 13 Hofstra romps

UMBC women rout Drexel

March 11, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore attackman Mike Janowicz recorded five goals for the third consecutive game yesterday to lead No. 9 Massachusetts to an 18-7 win over Hartford in Amherst, Mass.

The Minutemen (3-0) scored four of the first six goals and took control by running off seven straight goals and holding the Hawks (0-2) scoreless for 31: 34.

Massachusetts outshot the Hawks 45-24.

No. 13 Hofstra 18, Providence 2: Eleven players scored as the host Flying Dutchmen (2-1) overwhelmed the Friars (0-1).

Brian Langtry had four goals and two assists and Jarred Testa recorded three goals and three assists for Hofstra.

Hofstra scored 10 consecutive goals over the middle periods for a 14-1 lead after three quarters.

Washington College 14, Wesley 4: Brian King and Bill Grothmann each had two goals as the Shoremen (2-0) rolled to their first home win of the season.

Midfielder Owen Mulhern had three assists for Washington College, which led 10-0 after three periods and outshot the Wolverines (0-1) 55-19.

St. Mary's 18, Catholic 4: The Seahawks (3-1, 2-1) had 11 players in the scoring column in a Capital Athletic Conference win over the visiting Cardinals (0-2, 0-2).

Dan Driscoll led St. Mary's with three goals and an assist.


UMBC 23, Drexel 3: Senior midfielder Heather Kormanik (Loch Raven) scored five goals and had two assists to lead the host Retrievers to a season-opening win. Sophomore midfielder Jessaka Phoebus (Perry Hall) and freshman attackman Loree Miller each had three goals and three assists for UMBC.

St. Mary's 14, Randolph-Macon 4: Mary Davies scored four of her five goals in the first half to help the visiting Seahawks (2-0) topple the Yellow Jackets (2-1).

St. Mary's led 12-3 at halftime, thanks to an 8-1 run over the final 10 minutes of the opening half.

Salisbury State 21, Messiah College 4: Sandy Gilbart had six goals with two assists and Laura Burkhouse had two goals and four assists to lead the visiting Sea Gulls (3-0) to a nonconference win over the Falcons (0-1).

Franklin & Marshall 17, Goucher 10: Kasey Ryan scored all five of her goals in the second half to lead the host Diplomats (1-0) to a nonconference win over the Gophers (0-1).

Goucher tied the score 8-8 midway through the second half but Franklin & Marshall reeled off six straight goals, including four by Ryan, to put the game out of reach.

(Scores, schedule, 7D)

Pub Date: 3/11/98

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