Loyola men scorch Hobart, 18-10

No. 1 team goes to 11-0

Hochstadt leads Terps

Navy wins season finale



Tim O'Shea had three goals and three assists to lead top-ranked Loyola over Hobart, 18-10, yesterday in men's lacrosse in Geneva, N.Y.

The Greyhounds (11-0) broke from a 2-2 tie with five consecutive goals and led 11-4 at halftime.

It was the most goals allowed by Hobart (6-5) this season, while Loyola allowed more than nine goals for just the second time this season.

* No. 10 Maryland 9, Yale 4: Scott Hochstadt had a season-high six goals as the visiting Terps (8-4) ended a two-game losing streak. Hochstadt moved into a tie for fifth place on Maryland's all-time scoring list with 117 career goals.

Hochstadt scored five of the Terps' first six goals as Maryland led 6-3 at halftime, outshooting Yale (7-6), 21-5.

* Navy 11, Army 9: Nine different players scored goals, including two apiece by J. L. Reppert and Jamie O'Leary, as the host Midshipmen (7-7) defeated the Cadets (6-6) in the final regular-season game for both schools.

Navy broke a tie at 8-8 early in the fourth period, getting consecutive goals from Adam Borcz, Grey Pfarr and Bart Orr.

After three first-half ties, Army led at halftime, 6-5.

* St. Mary's 16, Western Maryland 9: The host Seahawks (10-5) used an 8-0 run over a span of 19 1/2 minutes in the first half on the way to victory in their final regular-season game. St. Mary's posted its fourth 10-win season over the last five years.

Dan Driscoll led the Seahawks with four goals and C. J. Lauer contributed three.

St. Mary's trailed 3-1 before moving ahead 9-3 with 8 1/2 minutes left in the second quarter.


* Delaware 9, Towson 4: Megan Fortunato scored five goals to lead the top-seeded Blue Hens to victory in the semifinals of the America East Tournament at Hofstra. Amie Rose had two goals for Towson.

Delaware scored three of the first four goals in the second half to turn a two-goal halftime lead into 7-3 with 19 minutes left.

* American 10, Johns Hopkins 8: Brooke Morgan had five goals and assisted on another as the visiting Eagles (9-7) finished the season with a school record for wins. American never trailed after Karen McFarland's goal put the Eagles ahead 5-4 in the first half.

* Frostburg 10, Goucher 9: Lauren Manekin's goal was waved off as time expired and the host Bobcats (9-6) outlasted the Gophers in an nonconference game. Manekin converted with 1: 26 left and 15 seconds left to bring Goucher within one each time.

Frostburg's Laura Hemming had three goals, giving her a school-record 56 for the season.

* Washington College 12, Gettysburg 9: The visiting Shoremen (12-5, 5-3 Centennial Conference) rallied from a 4-1 deficit in the opening 12 minutes and set a school record for wins.

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