Adams' 11 points lift Terps to 21-8 win

Maryland pounds Harvard

Loyola rips Richmond, 13-5

State women

March 31, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior Jen Adams scored five goals and added six assists to power host Maryland past Harvard, 21-8, in women's college lacrosse action yesterday.

The win marks the third 20-plus scoring effort by the Terps (8-1) this season.

Katie Shaughnessy (three goals) gave the Crimson (3-1) its only lead of the day, 1-0 at the 28: 54 mark of the first half. Maryland scored nine unanswered goals en route to a 10-3 halftime edge.

The Terps increased their lead to 20-4 in the second half.

Terrapins Allison Comito, Christie Jenkins and Kristin Sommar all scored three goals.

Loyola 13, Richmond 5: Sophomore attack Stacey Morlang scored three of her game-high five goals during a 6-0 Greyhounds run in the second half as Loyola (4-2, 2-1) defeated the visiting Spiders (4-6, 1-3) in Colonial Athletic Association action at Curley Field.

The win marks Loyola's 14th straight victory over Richmond.

Katie Dolan (Towson) and Jessica Popham (Severn) each scored two goals for Richmond.

Ursinus 15, Western Maryland 4: Jaime Matty scored four goals and three assists as the defending champion Bears (2-2, 1-1) rolled to an 11-point decision over the visiting Green Terror (3-4, 1-3) in Collegeville, Pa.

Western Maryland's Meaghan Giorno, the 1999 conference scoring champ, was held to two goals.

St. Mary's 11, Marymount 7: Courtney Young (Paint Branch) scored six goals to power the Seahawks (5-5, 1-2) past the host Saints (4-6, 0-3) in Arlington, Va. in Capital Athletic Conference action.

Kelly Fetter (Catonsville) added three goals and goalie Jen Berhard (Laurel) recorded 15 saves for St. Mary's.

Salisbury State 19, Rowan 12: Junior attack Jen Mezzadra scored a game-high six goals and senior Amanda Moculski added three goals and four assists as the Sea Gulls (7-1) downed the visiting Profs (3-1) in Salisbury.

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