J. Madison women rout Loyola in CAA final

Greyhounds' win streak ends at nine with 17-6 loss

Duke men top UVa. in OT

April 19, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Megan Riley had six goals and three assists as James Madison defeated Loyola, 17-6, in the championship game of the Colonial Athletic Association women's tournament in Richmond, Va.

Riley, who was voted the tournament's Most Valuable Player, scored three goals in each half as the Dukes ended the Greyhounds' nine-game winning streak.

Loyola (10-3) led 1-0 before James Madison scored the next 10 goals on the way to an 11-2 halftime lead.

It was the most goals allowed by Loyola since a 19-4 loss to Maryland in the 1994 NCAA tournament.

Men

No. 2 Duke 10, No. 5 Virginia 9, OT: John O'Donnell's goal with 3: 05 left in overtime propelled the host Blue Devils (10-1, 2-1) over the Cavaliers (6-3, 2-1), as Duke earned the top seed in Friday's Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Chapel Hill, N.C.

The Cavaliers trailed 8-5 in the fourth quarter before a goal by Hanley Holcomb tied the game 8-8. O'Donnell converted to put Duke back in front with 4: 27 left, but Virginia forced overtime on Conor Gill's goal with 2: 07 left in regulation.

No. 6 Delaware 18, No. 15 North Carolina 16: John Grant, the nation's leading scorer with 72 points, had four goals and seven assists for a career-high 11 points as the host Blue Hens (9-1) held off the Tar Heels (6-7).

North Carolina got five goals each from Matt Crofton and Justin Bowman.

No. 13 UMBC 13, Radford 10: Josh Hahn had a career-high three goals as the host Retrievers (8-3) won their fifth straight and defeated the Highlanders for the seventh time without a loss.

Mount St. Mary's 12, Quinnipiac 8: Doug Thompson scored four goals to lead the host Mountaineers (8-4, 6-0) to a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference win.

The Mount led 8-1 at halftime behind two goals and two assists from Nick DeFelice.

Gettysburg 12, Washington College 8: Brooke Farrell had four goals and Andrew Barter 25 saves as the host Bullets downed the Shoremen, the top-ranked team in Division III.

Pub Date: 4/19/99

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