Western Maryland rolls as Ellis scores 8 goals

Green Terror hands Dickinson 17-8 drubbing

State

April 27, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Joey Ellis scored eight goals, and league scoring leader Tom Brown contributed a goal and five assists as Western Maryland took a 17-8 Centennial Conference win over visiting Dickinson in men's college lacrosse yesterday.

The Green Terror (10-3, 4-1) reached double figures in victories for the sixth time in team history in beating Dickinson (1-12, 0-6) for the 26th straight time. The Red Devils were shooting for their first win in the series since 1974 and their first win at Western Maryland since 1954.

The Terror tied Washington College for second place in the conference behind Gettysburg with one league game remaining.

Women

Towson 9, Johns Hopkins 8: Freshman Kristyn Krastel (North Harford) scored a career-high four goals to power the visiting Tigers (5-9) past the Blue Jays (10-5) at Homewood Field.

Towson senior Jacquie Sica recorded 20 saves, the fifth time she has recorded as many saves this season.

Frostburg State 20, Villa Julie 6: Melissa Lennon (Mount Hebron) posted a season-high five goals, and Darla Burns (Franklin) added three to power the host Bobcats (8-5).

Salisbury State 9, Washington College 8: Seahawks goalie Lisa LeBeau (Towson) made 13 saves, one with two seconds left, to preserve the Salisbury State lead. Amanda Moculski (C. Milton Wright) led Salisbury (13-22) with two goals and an assist. Maggy Kilory (Notre Dame Prep) led the Shorewomen (11-2) with three goals and three assists.

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