No. 8 Terps stop Cornell on late goal

Malone scores winner, 8-7

Loyola improves to 10-0 in series vs. Notre Dame


March 19, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris Malone scored his only goal with 7: 51 left to lift No. 8 Maryland to an 8-7 victory over No. 13 Cornell yesterday at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, N.Y.

The Big Red (3-1) built a 5-2 lead in the second quarter. But Andrew Combs then sparked a four-goal run for the Terps (5-1) that gave them the lead midway through the third quarter.

Freshman midfielder J. P. Schalk tied the score at 7 four minutes into the fourth quarter, setting the stage for Malone's game-winner.

No. 6 Loyola 12, No. 12 Notre Dame 2: Mike Battista and Bobby Horsey each scored three goals as the visiting Greyhounds (4-0) ran their record against the Fighting Irish (3-2) to 10-0.

Loyola took a 2-0 lead in the first and scored eight goals in the second for a 10-0 advantage at the half.

Notre Dame's two goals are the second-lowest in the team's 19-year history.

Brown 10, No. 7 Duke 9: Freshman Michael Hughes' third goal with 5: 38 left broke a 7-7 tie and lifted the host Bears (3-1) to their third straight win over the Blue Devils (3-2).

The Bears held a 6-3 lead late in the second quarter when Jimmy Mormile scored on an assist by Mike Albarelli at 11: 23. The Blue Devils cut Brown's lead to 6-4 at the half.

No. 5 Princeton 11, No. 11 Hofstra 8: Josh Sims and B. J. Prager scored three goals each for the host Tigers (2-1).

The Tigers trailed 5-4 at intermission before outscoring the Dutchmen 4-0 in the third quarter. Princeton outshot Hofstra by 42-27 and had a 37-30 edge in ground balls.

No. 15 Delaware 15, Butler 8: Junior Liam Wertheimer scored a career-high four goals and junior Jason Levey added a goal and tied a Rullo Stadium record with seven assists for the victorious Blue Hens (3-3) in Newark, Del.

Delaware jumped to a 5-0 lead in the first half and never trailed in ending a two-game losing streak. The Bulldogs (1-4) lost their second straight.

Goucher 15, Dickinson 11: The Gophers (2-4) were led by sophomore Qadir Stern's six goals and one assist against the visiting Red Devils (0-4).

Tied 4-4 in the third quarter with 14: 01 remaining, the Gophers went on a 5-0 run to build a 9-4 lead with 3: 24 remaining. Dickinson got no closer than three goals thereafter. Goucher scored on nine of its final 12 shots.

Randolph Macon 10, Villa Julie 9: The host Mustangs (3-3) used a three-goal run to tie the game at 8 with 12 minutes left, but the rally fell short.

The Yellow Jackets (3-0) responded with two goals within two minutes to take a two-goal lead with six minutes left.

Villa Julie scored the final goal at the 1: 15 mark.

Washington College 9, Roanoke 5: Jon Fellows had four goals and an assist to power the visiting Shoremen (2-2) past the Maroons (2-2).

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