Today's games

March 25, 2000|By Gary Lambrecht

Stony Brook (0-4) at No. 9 Navy (4-1)

Site: Rip Miller Field, Annapolis

Time: Noon

Radio: WNAV (1430 AM)

Skinny: As it prepares for next week's showdown at Georgetown, the Midshipmen should have no problems with this ECAC cellar dweller. Look for the offense to pad its stats.

Mount St. Mary's (2-5) at Manhattan (0-5)

Site: Gaelic Park, Riverdale, N.Y.

Time: Noon

Skinny: Sophomore attackman Matt Radebaugh and a weak Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference have allowed the Mountaineers to recover from an 0-5 start.

No. 1 Syracuse (4-0) at No. 15 Towson (1-2)

Site: Minnegan Stadium

Time: 1 p.m.

Radio: WTMD (89.7 FM)

Skinny: The Tigers are developing some depth, as eight players have scored in two of their games. But it won't make a difference against a team they have not beaten in 27 years.

No. 4 Loyola (4-0) at Brown (3-1)

Site: Brown Stadium, Providence, R.I.

Time: 1 p.m.

Radio: WKDB (1570 AM)

Skinny: Brown got some attention by knocking off Duke this week. The Greyhounds are going for their 29th consecutive regular-season victory.

No. 7 Maryland (5-1) at No. 8 North Carolina (6-1)

Site: Fetzer Field, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Time: 1 p.m.

Skinny: Coming off a loss to Duke, the formerly undefeated Tar Heels will test Terps goalie Pat McGinnis, who is averaging 13 saves and permitting only 6.3 goals per game.

Penn State (3-3) at UMBC (1-3)

Site: UMBC Stadium

Time: 1 p.m.

TV: Ch. 2

Skinny: Penn State has won the past 13 meetings, and UMBC has not started a season with an 0-2 mark at home since 1985.

No. 6 Johns Hopkins (1-2) at No. 2 Virginia (3-1)

Site: Klockner Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.

Time: 2 p.m.

TV: HTS (tape delay, 4 p.m.)

Radio: WJFK (1300 AM)

Skinny: Depth probably decides this one, and the Blue Jays have only gotten one goal out of their second midfield unit. Hopkins needs a huge game from goalie Brian Carcaterra. --

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