Army rally overtakes No. 12 Del.

Down 5, Cadets win, 10-9

Syracuse, Princeton roll

Nation

April 02, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Tim Pearson scored his fourth goal with 2: 53 left to play to help Army complete a big comeback and stun No. 12 Delaware, 10-9, in men's college lacrosse yesterday at Michie Stadium in West Point, N.Y.

The Cadets (4-3), who lost to Colgate, 11-10, in their last outing, ended a two-game winning streak by the Blue Hens (4-4).

Delaware led 7-2 at the half and 8-4 after three quarters. Army scored the first five goals of the quarter and took its first lead at 9-8 with 4: 46 left. Delaware's Ryan Metzbower (St. Mary's) tied the score 1: 45 later. He finished with a team-leading three goals.

No. 1 Syracuse 16, No. 14 Brown 5: Sophomore attack Liam Banks and midfielder Michael Springer scored three goals each to power the Orangemen (6-0) past the host Bears (3-3) in Providence, R.I.

The Orangemen led from start to finish, taking an 8-1 halftime lead and extending it to 13-3 after three quarters.

No. 4 Princeton 17, Yale 5: B. J. Prager scored all four of his goals in the first half, and Brendan Tierney added three goals and two assists to lead the host Tigers (4-1) over the Bulldogs (3-3).

No. 14 Notre Dame 13, Ohio State 4: The Irish (4-3) ended a two-game losing streak as junior Tom Glatzel scored five goals and added two assists against the visiting Buckeyes (3-4) in a Great Western Lacrosse League matchup.

St. Mary's 13, Franklin & Marshall 9: Senior attack Steve Valladingham scored two goals and assisted on two others to lead the Seahawks (4-7) over the host Diplomats (1-6). With the score 10-8, the Seahawks scored three goals in five minutes to secure the win.

Mary Washington 11, Goucher 8: Ryan Lynch and Brian Paice scored four goals each to lead the Eagles (3-5) over the visiting Gophers (2-7) in the CAC.

Western Maryland 19, Swarthmore 10: Junior Brett Sweeney scored a career-high six goals with two assists, and sophomore Tom Brown added five goals and two assists as the Green Terror (7-0, 1-0) downed the visiting Garnet (6-1, 0-1) in a Centennial Conference game.

Women

UMBC 17, Monmouth 11: The Retrievers (3-4) broke away from a 9-7 halftime lead to defeat the visiting Hawks (4-2) in the Northeast Conference opener. Junior Katie Pickett scored a career-high four goals to lead UMBC.

Loyola 14, Old Dominion 6: Stacey Morlang led the winning cause with six goals and two assists as the visiting Greyhounds (5-2) topped the Lady Monarchs (5-5) in the CAA.

Mount St. Mary's 15, Wagner 10: Ashley Rusk's five goals led the Mount (4-3, 1-0) past the visiting Seahawks (6-3, 1-1) in the Northeast Conference.

Roanoke 17, Goucher 10: The Gophers (4-3) were led by sophomore Lauren Manekin with five goals and two assists but could not overcome the visiting Maroons (4-4), who jumped to an early 6-1 lead.

Washington College 14, Gettysburg 7: Attack Becky Bucha scored a game-high six goals and added one assist as the Bullets (7-1) defeated the host Shorewomen (4-1) in a Centennial Conference game.

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