Six-goal fourth quarter carries Georgetown, 13-9 No. 2 Virginia tops Penn

No. 15 Navy beats Radford

March 12, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sixth-ranked Georgetown used six fourth-quarter goals to outlast Butler, 13-9, yesterday in a men's game in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Butler (2-1) had entered the game with the longest current Division I winning streak in six games.

Junior Scott Urick led the Hoyas' attack with four goals, and Tyler Gamble and Andy Flick each contributed three goals. All-American Greg McCavera had five assists along with a goal. Butler was led by Chris Vosburgh's three goals.

Georgetown scored five straight goals, two by Gamble, to open the fourth quarter, turning an 8-7 deficit into a 12-8 lead.

No. 2 Virginia 12, Penn 7: Junior midfielder Michael Leahy scored a career-high three goals as the Cavaliers (2-1) held off the Quakers (1-2).

Drew McKnight (three goals, three assists) and Tucker Radebaugh (two goals, three assists) combined for five goals and six assists for Virginia.

Penn trailed just 8-6 starting the fourth period, but McKnight scored two goals and assisted on two others to extend Virginia's lead to 12-7.

No. 7 Duke 13, No. 10 North Carolina 9: Midfielder Scott Diggs had four gaols and the visiting Blue Devils never trailed on the way to their third straight win.

John Fay added two goals and two assists for Duke (3-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference), which converted 13 of its 33 shots.

Brett Kohart led the Tar Heels (2-2, 0-1) with three goals.

No. 15 Navy 11, Radford 5: Adam Borcz, JL Reppert and Jamie O'Leary each scored two goals as the host Midshipmen (3-1) rolled past the Highlanders (1-3) at Rip Miller Field.

Bucknell 10, Mount St. Mary's 4: The Bison (2-1) scored four goals in the final 3 1/2 minutes to hand the host Mountaineers (0-4) their fourth straight loss, their worst start since 1994.

Salisbury State 25, Goucher 7: Fifteen players scored, led by Scott Walstrom's four goals and two assists, as the visiting Sea Gulls (3-0, 2-0) defeated the Gophers (1-2, 0-2) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.

Peter Troup and David Livingston each added three goals for Salisbury.


No. 6 Loyola 12, No. 8 Penn State 7: Erin Wylde and Jen Testrake each had three goals to help the Greyhounds win their season opener, beating the Nittany Lions (2-1) in State College, Pa.

Pub Date: 3/12/98

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