Loyola women's win over UVa. first in 3 years

Morlang leads Greyhounds, 10-9

Krastel scores 9 goals

April 29, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Stacy Morlang had five goals, including the game-winner with 2: 26 left, as 10th-ranked Loyola stunned No. 2 Virginia, 10-9, last night in women's lacrosse in Charlottesville, Va.

The Cavaliers (12-5) led 7-4 early in the second half before the Greyhounds (12-3) scored four goals in seven minutes to lead 8-7 with 12: 28 left.

Virginia tied the score twice before Morlang's final goal gave Loyola its first win over Virginia since 1996.

UMBC 17, American 8: Senior Debbie Krastel (IND) tied a school record with nine goals as the host Retrievers (12-5) won their eighth straight and tied a school record for wins.

Johns Hopkins 16, St. Joseph's 7: Danielle Maschuci had seven goals and three assists to lead the host Blue Jays (10-3).

St. Mary's 13, Frostburg State 11: Gia Trionfo scored twice in the final 1: 41 to lift the Seahawks (15-3) over the host Bobcats (8-6).

Men

St. Mary's 14, Randolph-Macon 9: The host Seahawks (9-5) scored the final four goals and held the Yellow Jackets (8-5) scoreless over the last 11 minutes for the nonconference win.

Western Maryland 17, Dickinson 14: Junior Rob Witte had five goals and freshman Tommy Brown contributed three and two assists as the visiting Green Terror (5-7, 4-1) moved into a second-place tie in the Centennial Conference.

Pub Date: 4/29/99

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