UMBC turns back Stony Brook

State

April 11, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Nine players scored for No. 13 UMBC as the Retrievers defeated Stony Brook, 13-7, yesterday in men's lacrosse at Seawolves Field in Stony Brook, N.Y.

Dan Marohl had four goals and Chris Turner tallied his 100th career goal for the Retrievers (6-3), who won their third straight.

Washington College 11, Franklin & Marshall 6: Matt Swift had a career-high four goals as the Shoremen (8-0, 2-0 Centennial Conference), No. 1 in Division III, beat the host Diplomats (4-6, 1-1) for the fourth consecutive year.

Gettysburg 28, Western Maryland 4: The Bullets (8-2, 2-0) scored the first 15 goals in clobbering the host Green Terror (2-6, 1-1 Centennial Conference).

Mount St. Mary's 18, St. Joseph's 10: The Mountaineers (6-3, 4-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) rallied with an eight-goal third period.

Salisbury State 9, Adelphi 7: Peter Troup had four goals and an assist as the Sea Gulls held off the host Panthers (5-3).

St. Mary's 12, Widener 11, OT: Andrew Touissant's unassisted goal 55 seconds into the extra period helped the visiting Seahawks (5-4) win.

Women

UMBC 13, Monmouth 6: Debbie Krastel (IND), Ashley Staines and Beth Milani (IND) each scored three goals to keep the Retrievers (5-5, 3-0) one-game ahead of host Monmouth (7-3, 2-1) in the Northeast Conference.

Salisbury 20, Frostburg State 4: Jen Mezzadra tied a single-game school record with 10 goals as the visiting Sea Gulls (7-2) coasted in a nonconference game.

St. Mary's 21, Goucher 9: Senior Gia Trionfo (Loch Raven) scored eight goals and added two assists to lead the host Seahawks (10-1, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference).

Johns Hopkins 21, Drexel 8: Jamie Larrimore, Erinn Dennis, and Erin Wellner combined for 14 goals and five assists in a home win for the Blue Jays (7-1).

Western Maryland 14, Muhlenberg 10: Meaghan Giorno had four goals and four assists and Shannon Benson tied her career high with three goals as the visiting Green Terror (3-3, 2-3) ended a three-game losing streak.

Washington College 11, Dickinson 5: Maggie Kilory had three goals and three assists as the Shorewomen (6-3) won a Centennial Conference game in Chestertown.

Pub Date: 4/11/99

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