William & Mary turns back Hopkins, 11-8

Goucher tops Marymount

Salisbury dumps Alfred

State women

March 10, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

No. 12 William and Mary pulled away from No. 17 Johns Hopkins in the second half to register an 11-8 women's lacrosse victory yesterday at Homewood Field.

Junior attacker Erin Wellner had two goals and one assist for the Blue Jays (1-2).

The Tribe, which got four goals from freshman attacker Lauren Work, remained undefeated at 3-0.

Senior midfielder Tara Hannaford added three goals, two in the second half, as the Tribe pulled away from a 6-6 halftime tie.

Hopkins sophomore goalkeeper Jen McDonald made several spectacular saves, finishing the game with a career-high 12.

William and Mary senior goalie Abby Pheiffer was also stellar in the net as she posted 13 saves. The Blue Jays outshot the Tribe, 33-21, but lost the draw control battle, 14-7.

The Blue Jays are home again tomorrow against Lehigh at 1 p.m.

Goucher 23, Marymount 9: Goucher scored 23 goals on just 31 shots en route to victory in Herndon, Va.

The Gophers, ranked 20th in the IWLCA Division III national poll, improved to 2-0. The Saints fell to 1-2. The game was the Capital Athletic Conference opener for both teams.

Junior attack/midfielder Lauren Manekin (Park School) led the Gophers with seven goals and two assists, while sophomore attack Liz Martin (Bryn Mawr) finished with five goals.

Senior attack Kate Jarvis added four goals and one assist. Freshman attack Rachel Levien scored two goals and recorded two assists, and freshman midfielder Lori Petruzzi finished with one goal and one assist.

Freshman goalkeeper Rebekah Oates (Overlea) started for the Gophers and made eight saves.

Salisbury State 20, Alfred 6: Christine Sliger set a team record with 10 assists to lead the Sea Gulls (2-1) over the Saxons (0-1) in Salisbury.

Salisbury scored the first seven goals and cruised to a 9-1 advantage at the half.

Sliger also added two goals to record a game-high 12 points, and All-American Jen Mezzadra added five goals and three assists in the win.

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