Hopkins edges Yale women in fourth OT


April 30, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore Jamie Larrimore scored with 45 seconds left in the fourth overtime to lift Johns Hopkins over visiting Yale, 11-10 in women's college lacrosse yesterday.

The goal was Larrimore's fourth of the afternoon, and capped a Hopkins comeback from a two-goal, second-half deficit.

The Bulldogs (11-5) led for most of the game and Amanda Walton's goal with 10: 05 remaining gave them a 9-7 lead.

Hopkins (11-5) rallied on goals from Danielle Maschuci and Erin Wellner to tie the score at 9 with 5: 52 to play in regulation. Wellner scored with 55 seconds gone in the first overtime to give Hopkins its first lead in the game since 1-0.

It appeared Hopkins was on its way to victory, but Clarissa Clarke scored her team-high third goal with 32 seconds remaining in the second overtime to push the game into an additional set of overtime periods.

Frostburg 13, Goucher 11: Darla Burns had four goals and three assists and Laura Basil had three goals as the visiting Bobcats (9-5) beat the Gophers (7-8).

Towson 19, Vermont 3: Senior midfielder Jennifer Sturm matched her career high of five goals as the Tigers (6-9) defeated the Catamounts (3-8) at Minnegan Stadium.

Davidson 16, Mount St. Mary's 7: Sarah Schaffner's two goals and one assist couldn't push the Mountaineers past the host Wildcats. William & Mary 21, UMBC 11: Ashley Staines had four goals and Julie Dorney had three goals and an assist as the visiting Retrievers (8-7) lost to the Tribe (6-9).


No. 1 Virginia 13, Ohio State 7: Sophomore Conor Gill scored four goals and added four assists to lead the visiting Cavaliers (11-1) over the Buckeyes (6-7).

No. 2 Syracuse 17, Massachusetts 7: Midfielder Josh Coffman scored a game-high four goals to lead the host Orangemen.

No. 4 Princeton 10, Dartmouth 7: Trevor Tierney made 16 saves and allowed two goals to pace the visiting Tigers (9-2) over the Big Green (5-8).

Princeton won its sixth straight Ivy League title with its 31st straight league victory.

No. 9 Cornell 9, No. 13 Brown 6: Sean Steinwald and Michael Egan each scored twice to lead the Big Red over the visiting Bears (7-6) in the Ivy League.

No. 11 Navy 10, Army 8: Mickey Jarboe made 18 saves and the visiting Mids relied on two three-goal runs to defeat the Knights in their 75th meeting.

Hofstra 20, No. 12 North Carolina 12: Midfielder Doug Shanahan won 21 of 25 faceoffs, recorded a career-high 23 ground balls and scored once as the visiting Flying Dutchmen (9-4) cruised past the Tar Heels (7-6).

Western Maryland 9, St. Mary's 5: Junior midfielder Dave Riley scored pivotal back-to-back goals in the closing minutes and goalie Brian Nottingham came up with 23 saves as the Green Terror (11-3) upset the visiting Seahawks (12-5) and equaled its highest win total since 1974.

Manhattan 7, Mount St. Mary's 6: Despite MAAC Goaltender and Player of the Year Sean Elder's 12 saves, the Mountaineers (8-8) lost to the visiting Jaspers (8-8).

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