Mt. St. Mary's women rally, then hold off Denver, 13-12

Towson men ride 8-0 run to 16-9 rout of Denver


March 20, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore Amy Harris scored four goals to lead Mount St. Mary's past Denver, 13-12, yesterday in women's college lacrosse action in Emmitsburg.

Ashley Rusk had three goals and two assists as the Mount posted its first win of the season.

The Pioneers (1-4) bolted to a 6-0 lead and held the Mount had one shot.

But the Mount went on an 11-1 run, beginning with Sarah Schaffner's unassisted goal with 9: 45 left in the half, to take an 11-7 lead with 16: 42 left in the second half.

Kathryn Harrington made six saves to pick up the win in relief for the Mountaineers.

Swarthmore 18, College of Notre Dame 6: Kim Cariello's career-high five goals paced the host Garnet (2-0) past the Gators (1-4) on Saturday.

Erin Sturgis led College of Notre Dame with three goals, and Laura Cooney added a pair of goals.


Towson 16, Denver 9: The host Tigers -- led by Brad Reppert with four goals -- erased a 2-0 deficit with an 8-0 run and never looked back.

The Tigers (1-2) held Denver (4-2) scoreless for 21: 49, and Towson's margin was never less than six goals after the second-quarter rally.

John Horrigan secured the victory for Towson, making 13 saves.

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