Yale's late run finishes Towson

Bulldogs stage upset of No. 14 Tigers, 17-11

No. 1 Loyola still unbeaten


April 18, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Yale scored four times in the final five minutes to knock off No. 14 Towson, 17-11, yesterday in men's lacrosse in New Haven, Conn.

The Bulldogs (5-5) led 7-6 at halftime and 13-11 with 5: 56 remaining in the fourth quarter before clinching the win with the late flurry.

John Tonzola's four goals led Yale, while Chris McIntyre, Coddy Johnson and Nick Milone each contributed three. Dannie Ross led the Tigers (4-5) with five goals and Kevin Sturm had three. Spencer Ford added six assists for Towson.

No. 1 Loyola 9, Massachusetts 5: Gewas Schindler had four goals as the top-ranked Greyhounds (8-0) turned back the host Minutemen (3-6). Schindler's third goal was the eventual game-winner, breaking a 5-5 tie with 5: 35 left in third quarter.

Mark Frye, Schindler and Tim Goettelmann each scored in a span of 3: 30 early in the final period as Loyola remained the nation's only unbeaten team.

St. Mary's 17, Franklin & Marshall 11: The host Seahawks (7-4) outscored the Diplomats (5-7), 15-1, over a 34-minute span that began early in the second quarter and rallied to win.

Senior C. J. Lauer had six goals during the run, giving him 105 for his career. Jeff Jeffers (Boys' Latin) and Andrew Toussaint each scored twice for St. Mary's, which held a 48-18 shot advantage.

Salisbury State 23, New York Tech 8: The Sea Gulls starting attack of Joe High (six goals, three assists), Peter Troup (five, three) and Brian Smith (one, five) combined for 12 goals and 11 assists for their third straight win. Chris Turner chipped in four goals for host Salisbury (12-1).

The Sea Gulls' Chris Martin won 19 of his 20 faceoffs.

Western Maryland 15, Haverford 11: The host Green Terror (3-7, 2-1) jumped to a 9-2 lead on the way to a Centennial Conference win. Senior Jeremy Kober had two goals and two assists for Western Maryland, which defeated the Fords (4-9, 0-3) for the 12th consecutive time.


UMBC 21, Mount St. Mary's 8: Sophomore Julie Dorney (C. M. Wright) scored four goals and added three assists to help the host Retrievers (8-5, 5-0) clinch the Northeast Conference regular-season title.

The Mountaineers (7-6, 3-2) led 2-1 early, before a pair of goals by Dorney highlighted an 8-0 run to put the Retrievers ahead 9-2 three minutes into the second half.

Debbie Krastel scored four goals, Shannon Gallup three for UMBC. The Mount got two goals each from Erica Hensley, Jen Stocker and Amy Harris.

Johns Hopkins 21, Howard 1: Danielle Maschuci scored six goals and Neda Dawood had five as the host Blue Jays (8-2) whipped the Bison. Jamie Larrimore contributed three goals and two assists and Nancy Kim two goals and a game-high five assists for Johns Hopkins, which scored the first 13 goals.

Howard ended the shutout on Hope Rhodes' goal with 6 1/2 minutes left.

Salisbury State 17, Washington College 6: Jen Mezzadra had six goals and one assist and set school records for goals and points in a season as the visiting and No. 17-ranked Sea Gulls (10-2) won their fifth straight.

Mezzadra has 50 goals and nine assists this season, breaking Flossy Owens' (1993) record of 49 goals and the points mark (58) of Sara Pokrynka (1997).

Jen Ice chipped in five goals and two assists for Salisbury.

Katie Warwick and Maggy Kilroy led the Shorewomen (8-4) with two goals apiece.

Western Maryland 17, Bryn Mawr 3: Junior Meaghan Giorno tallied five goals and Amy North (Liberty) four in a romp for the host Green Terror (5-4, 3-4).

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