Maryland women finish with 12-7 win over

Adams: 5 goals, 2 assists

Wash. College romps

May 03, 2000|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

ACC Player of the Year Jen Adams led Maryland with five goals and two assists as the Terps finished their regular season with a 12-7 victory over visiting Temple yesterday at Ludwig Field.

Allison Comito contributed four goals to the Terps' cause as they raised their record to 18-1 in beating the Owls (8-8).

Alex Kahoe turned in another stellar performance in goal with 11 saves for the Terrapins. Sheena Commen (12) and Iris Alvarado (9) combined for 21 saves for the Owls.

Kelly Ruch scored two goals and had two assists for the Owls.

Washington College 21, Bryn Mawr 11: Jordan Holt had six goals and two assists and Maggie Kilroy added four goals and one assist as the Shorewomen (13-2) powered past the Mawrters (3-15) in Centennial Conference women's lacrosse in Chestertown.

After falling behind 2-0 early in the contest, the Shorewomen erupted for six straight goals in a 10-minute span of the first half.

Kelly Beakley had three goals and Amy Stein and Christyl Arrabal each added a pair for the Shorewomen.

Senior goalie Sarah Moore recorded eight saves for the Shorewomen and Emily Engler had 21 saves for the Mawrters.

With yesterday's win, the Shorewomen set a program record for wins in a season with 13.

Men

No. 1 Virginia 20, Butler 7: Ian Shure had three goals and two assists and Conor Gill had two goals and five assists as the top-ranked Cavaliers (12-1) defeated the visiting Bulldogs (5-9).

David Bruce had three goals and one assist and Hanley Halcomb, Jay Jalbert and Drew McKnight all added a pair of goals to help the Cavaliers to victory. Overall, 12 different Cavaliers scored.

Matt See scored his only goals of the day one minute into the second quarter to draw the Bulldogs within two at 4-2. But the Cavaliers answered with eight consecutive goals, including six in the closing five minutes of the half.

Derek Kenney had seven saves for the Cavaliers and Marc Ferrandino had 16 for the Bulldogs.

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