Big 2nd quarter lifts Syracuse

Salisbury State women upset No. 5 St. Mary's


April 14, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fourth-ranked Syracuse outscored Cornell 7-1 in the second quarter last night on the way to a 15-10 men's lacrosse victory at the Carrier Dome.

Ryan Powell had three goals and two assists for the Orangemen (6-2), who scored six consecuitve goals over the last 11 minutes of the first half to lead 11-2 at halftime.


Salisbury State 14, St. Mary's 12: Annie Sappington had six goals and two assists as the 17th-ranked and host Sea Gulls (8-2) downed the Seahawks, ranked No. 5 in Division III.

Jen Mezzadra added two goals and two assists for Salisbury. Kelly Fetter led St. Mary's (11-2) with five goals.

Goucher 13, Marymount 5: The Gophers (5-7, 2-3) scored 11 consecutive goals on the way to a Capital Athletic Conference win in Arlington, Va. Lauren Manekin had three goals and two assists for Goucher.

Washington College 20, Widener 7: Behind Maggy Kilroy's four goals and three assists, the host Shorewomen (7-3) routed Widener. Washington College is off to its best start since 1990.

Gettysburg 10, Western Maryland 7: Junior Amy Stambaugh had four goals and two assists as the visiting Bullets (5-4, 4-1) defeated the Green Terror (3-4, 2-4) in a Centennial Conference game.

Frostburg State 10, Lock Haven 9: Laura Hemmings had eight goals to lead the host Bobcats (4-4) over the Eagles (1-5).

Pub Date: 4/14/99

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