Loyola pins 16-8 loss on N. Dame Georgalas, Schindler lead Hounds

Terps women roll


March 15, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris Georgalas and Gewas Schindler combined for seven goals and two assists in leading No. 8 Loyola to a 16-8 win over No. 11 Notre Dame at Hofstra in Hempstead, N.Y., yesterday.

The Greyhounds (2-1) got off to a quick start against the Fighting Irish as Tim O'Shea scored 1: 45 into the game. Georgalas (four goals, one assist) and Mike Battista then had three goals each as Loyola outscored Notre Dame 8-2 in the second quarter to take a 12-2 lead at halftime.

Schindler (three goals, one assist) and Georgalas each had a goal to start the third quarter and the Greyhounds had their biggest lead at 14-2.

Loyola dominated in shots (44-19), ground balls (67-31) and faceoffs (21-6).

Dave Ulrich led Notre Dame (3-1) with two goals and two assists.

Salisbury State 25, Greensboro 10: Six players had hat tricks as the third-ranked Sea Gulls (4-0) routed the visiting Pride (1-1).

Eric Anderson, Scott Walstrum, Brian Smith, Dave Livingston, Peter Troup and Kevin Geberth each had three goals for Salisbury.

Goucher 14, Wentworth Tech 8: Junior attackman Tim Asher (Curley) scored four goals to lead the host Gophers (2-2) to a non-conference win over the Leopards (0-1) at Beldon Field.

Goucher led 7-2 at halftime and held on after Wentworth used a 6-3 run in the fourth quarter to get within 12-8.

Western Maryland 15, Widener 13: Sophomore attackman Charlie Heinzer scored a career-high five goals to lift the host Green Terror (1-2) to a nonconference win.

Western Maryland broke from a 12-12 tie in the fourth quarter with goals by seniors Bo Schrott and Mike Sargent.

Villa Julie 17, Catholic 10: Mark Krastell scored five goals to lead the Mustangs (3-1, 1-0) over the host Cardinals (0-3, 0-1) in the Capital Athletic Conference.

Eric Scmith scored two goals and handed out a season-high six assists for Villa Julie, which pulled away with six unanswered goals in the second quarter.


No. 5 Maryland 21, Syracuse 7: Eight different players scored, led by Jen Adams' career-high four goals, as the Terps won their home opener. Maryland scored the first nine goals of the game on the way to a 14-3 lead at halftime.

Syracuse (0-1), in its first season of women's lacrosse, recorded its first goal at 16: 20 of the first half when Kristen Langenmayr beat Terps goalie Alex Kahoe (13 saves).

Noelle Mitchell, Sascha Newmarch, Quinn Carney and Meredith Egan each had three goals for Maryland (1-2).

Towson 12, Lafayette 7: Kathy McCafferty scored three goals and added two assists as the visiting Tigers (2-0) dropped Lafayette (0-1) in a nonconference game. Nicki Popolano opened the scoring for Towson 24: 22 into the first half.

Mount St. Mary's 12, Sacred Heart 7: Jen Stocker scored four goals and added an assist as the host Mountaineers defeated the Pioneers (0-1, 0-1) in the first-ever Northeast Conference game.

Salisbury State 14, Goucher 9: Annie Sappington scored five goals and Laura Burkhouse and Sandy Gilbert each had four as the Sea Gulls (4-0, 1-0) outlasted the host Gophers (0-2, 0-1) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.

Pub Date: 3/15/98

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