Maryland puts clamps on Bucknell, 9-3

McGinnis, with 22 saves, leads big defensive effort

Navy, Salisbury unpushed

March 08, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior goalkeeper Pat McGinnis anchored a strong defensive effort that helped No. 9 Maryland turn back Bucknell, 9-3, yesterday in men's lacrosse at Byrd Stadium in College Park.

McGinnis recorded a career-high 22 saves and did not allow a goal in the second half as the Terps (2-1) broke open a 5-3 game with four fourth-quarter goals. McGinnis lowered his goals-against average to 4.73.

Marcus LaChapelle led all scorers with three goals for the Terps, raising his season total to seven. Mike Mollot added a goal and three assists and now has a team-leading 11 points this season.

Chris Malone and Brian Zeller also had multi-point games, picking up a goal and an assist each. Malone has recorded points in seven straight games, dating to last season.

The Terps led 5-3 at halftime and entering the fourth quarter, but Mollot and LaChapelle scored unassisted goals two minutes apart to make it 7-3 midway through the fourth and seal the win.

LaChapelle scored his third goal later to close the scoring. Maryland led in shots, 35-32, and ground balls, 55-37.

Navy 13, Radford 3: Eddie McKinnon's four goals and two assists helped lead the Midshipmen (2-1) to the rout of the visiting Highlanders (0-2).

Adam Borcz scored three times and Perry Taylor twice for Navy, which outshot Radford, 48-25, and led in ground balls, 46-31. Navy also converted 5 of 10 extra-man opportunities while holding the Highlanders scoreless in seven tries.

Salisbury State 19, Goucher 3: Senior Joe High led the visiting Sea Gulls (6-0) with four goals and three assists, and senior Kevin Fox added three goals and two assists. Senior Rob Bates and freshman Craig Rhodey had three goals apiece for the winners.

Phil Anthony led the Gophers (0-4, 0-2) with two goals and an assist.


Maryland 17, Towson 4: Junior attack Jen Adams scored five goals and had one assist to lead the Terps (2-1) to the rout of the host Tigers (0-2).

Adams scored twice in the first half as the Terps, who were coming off their first loss in 29 games, jumped to a 7-2 lead. They scored the first 10 goals of the second half to put the game away.

Quinn Carney and Courtney Hobbs had three goals apiece, and Allison Comito added two for Maryland. Kristen Krastel led the Tigers with two goals.

The Terps outshot Towson, 50-17.

Loyola 11, UMBC 7: Freshman Lauren Peck scored four goals in her collegiate debut as the visiting Greyhounds (1-0) edged the Retrievers (0-1).

The Greyhounds jumped to a 3-1 lead early in the first half and stretched it to 7-3 at the half. Sophomore Jamie Gerhart led UMBC with three goals and an assist.

Washington College 15, College of Notre Dame 6: Jordan Holt had five goals and one assist and Maggy Kilroy added four goals and two assists to lead the visiting Shoremen (1-0). Angie Ruocco and Beth Pryor led the Gators (0-3) with two goals apiece.

Pub Date: 3/08/00

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