Georgetown drubs Towson, 16-3

Hoyas lead 12-1 at half

Villa Julie wins, 12-9

State women

March 02, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sheehan Stanwick and Erin Elbe scored four goals each to lead No. 3 Georgetown over visiting Towson, 16-3, yesterday in a women's lacrosse opener for both teams.

Georgetown jumped out to a 5-0 lead before Nichole Wittelsberger answered at the 17:10 mark, scoring off a free-position shot.

The Hoyas closed out the period with seven consecutive goals to take a 12-1 halftime lead.

Wittelsberger led the Tigers with two goals.

Villa Julie 12, Notre Dame 9: The Mustangs improved to 1-1 with the victory over the visiting Gators (0-1).

Lynn Mann led Villa Julie with four goals as the Mustangs outshot Notre Dame, 29-16.

Kim Gorsch, Heather Valunas and Cari Baker had two goals each for Villa Julie. Angie Ruocco led the Gators with six goals and two assists.

Mount St. Mary's 14, Howard 9: Lacey Morley finished with four goals and an assist and Amy Harris scored three as the Mountaineers (1-0) defeated the Bison (0-1) at Greene Stadium.

After a 7-7 tie at halftime, Mount St. Mary's held Howard scoreless for the last 15:20.

Hope Rhodes had three goals and two assists for Howard.

St. Mary's 8, Western Maryland 7: St. Mary's (2-0) surged to a 3-0 lead in the first eight minutes and then held off the host Green Terror (0-1).

Trailing 6-2 at the half, Western Maryland scored four of the second half's first five goals to close its deficit to 7-6. Kate Story scored with 5:10 left to give St. Mary's an 8-6 lead.

The Green Terror's Erin Mulhern scored with 48 seconds remaining, but a rush on the St. Mary's net as time wound down fell short for Western Maryland.

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