Loyola women move on in CAA


April 15, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore Krissy Warnock scored four goals and sophomore Stacey Morlang added six points to lead third-seeded Loyola to a 16-2 win over seventh-seeded American (2-11) in the Colonial Athletic Conference women's college lacrosse tournament last night in Richmond, Va.

Warnock gave Loyola a 2-0 lead on goals at 28: 51 and 27: 00. She added two more midway through the first half as the Greyhounds (10-2) scored the game's first six goals and never trailed.

Boston 11, Towson 8: Junior midfielder Chrissy Lombard scored four goals to lead the Terriers (9-2) past the visiting Tigers (3-7) in the America East.


No. 10 Navy 12, Penn State 5: Eddie McKinnon of Davidsonville scored four goals and the host Mids (7-3, 5-1) ended a two-game losing streak, beating the Nittany Lions (4-6, 1-3) in Eastern College Athletic Conference action.

Mickey Jarboe made 11 saves for Navy, three fewer than Penn State's Chris Garrity.

Towson 18, Drexel 3: Sophomore attack Brad Reppert scored five goals as the Tigers (2-5, 1-1) routed the visiting Dragons (1-7, 0-3) in the America East.

St. Mary's 8, Marymount 6: Ryan Heacock (Loyola) scored twice to power the host Seahawks (10-3) past the Saints (9-5) in a Capital Athletic Conference tournament semifinal. St. Mary's faces Salisbury State in tomorrow's championship at 1 p.m.

Salisbury State 22, Goucher 1: Senior attack Joe High scored six of his career-high seven goals in the first quarter to lead the Sea Gulls (12-0) over the visiting Gophers (5-7) in a CAC semifinal.

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