Loyola thumps Ohio State, 18-6 Vizcarrondo scores career-best seven goals

March 25, 1998|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Todd Vizcarrondo scored six of his career-best seven goals in the first half to help No. 7 Loyola rout Ohio State, 18-6, yesterday at Curley Field.

The Greyhounds (5-1) won their fourth consecutive game. Vizcarrondo scored three straight goals in a 1: 08 span of the first quarter as Loyola jumped out to a 7-1 lead on the Buckeyes (1-3).

It marked the final contest of the rotating three-game suspension for four Loyola players due to academic violations.

No. 8 Massachusetts 12, Boston College 6: Mike DelPercio scored three goals to lead the Minutemen (5-0) past the host Eagles (0-5). Massachusetts, which is off to its best start in 11 years, scored the first five goals of the game.

No. 11 North Carolina 17, Dartmouth 10: Five North Carolina players scored at least two goals as the Tar Heels (3-4) ended a three-game losing streak by topping the visiting Big Green (3-1) at Navy Field.

Holding a 7-6 lead early in the third quarter, the Tar Heels broke open the game by going on a 5-0 run, including two extra-man goals by Justin Bowman.

No. 12 Navy 10, Air Force 7: Jamie O'Leary and Adam Borcz scored two goals each, leading the Midshipmen (5-2) past the Falcons (2-3) before 726 at Rip Miller Field.

No. 13 Hobart 11, Harvard 8: Fred Pawlikowski made seven of his 22 saves in the fourth quarter as the Statesmen (2-0) pulled away from the Crimson (3-1) at UMBC Stadium.

Pub Date: 3/25/98

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