Late burst helps Loyola edge Duke, 10-8

Greyhounds' Prout scores three goals

Mids fall to UMass


March 11, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Gavin Prout had three goals and an assist and the Greyhounds outscored the Blue Devils 4-2 over the final 17:56 as No. 5 Loyola defeated No. 9 Duke, 10-8, yesterday in Durham, N.C.

Duke (3-2) led 3-2 after the first quarter off goals from Chris Hartofolis, Kevin Cassese and Mack Hardaker. Loyola (3-0) turned up its defense pressure in the second half, limiting the Blue Devil offense to two shots in the period while Prout scored twice to give the Greyhounds a 4-3 lead at halftime.

Chris Summers and Brian Tempone each scored to increase the Loyola lead to 6-3 early in the third period. Duke answered back, running off the next three goals to tie the game at six with 3:54 remaining in the quarter.

The Greyhounds answered again, tallying three unanswered goals as Prout scored once and Steve Brundage scored twice to give Loyola the lead at 9-6 going into the final quarter.

Mike Sullivan added a goal in the fourth to seal the game for Loyola.

No. 2 Princeton 8, No. 6 Virginia 4: Matt Striebel scored three goals and Will MacColl added two goals and one assist to lead the Tigers (2-0) over the Cavaliers (1-2) at Class of 1952 Stadium.

Princeton led 5-4 after the third quarter when MacColl took over in the fourth, scoring on a feed from Owen Daly, setting up Striebel for a goal with 4:42 remaining and scoring his second goal with 2:24 left.

Ian Shure led the Cavaliers with a goal and two assists.

No. 4 Georgetown 12, Penn State 5: Scott Doyle scored three goals to lead the Hoyas (3-0) over the Nittany Lions (2-2) in Washington.

Georgetown ran off five straight goals at the beginning of the fourth quarter to earn the victory.

Penn State was led by Rob Bateman with one goal and one assist.

No. 9 UMass 11, No. 19 Navy 8: Marc Morley and Dan Paccione each scored three goals as the Minutemen (3-0) downed the Midshipmen (0-3) in an Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference game.

UMass led 2-0 when Ben Bailey netted the first of his two goals at the 7:47 mark of the second quarter. The two teams traded goals to run the score to 3-2, but UMass scored the next three to take a 6-2 lead into the locker room.

The Minutemen outscored the Middies 3-2 in the third quarter to earn a 9-4 lead. Navy made a comeback bid in the fourth quarter, scoring four goals, two of which came with the man advantage, but fell short as UMass iced the win with goals from Paccione and Morley.

Nick Lockwood led the Midshipmen with two goals and one assist.

No. 11 UMBC 6, No. 14 Cornell 5: Freshman Pat Muston tallied two critical third-quarter goals to lead the Retrievers (3-0) over the Big Red (2-1) at UMBC stadium.

UMBC midfielder Charlie Gibson tied the game at three with 4:49 to play in the third when Muston struck twice in 56 seconds to give the Retrievers a two-goal lead going into the fourth quarter.

John Harasym scored the game-winner just 56 seconds into the fourth quarter and Steve Cusa denied Galen Beers' shot with 12 seconds left to seal the victory for UMBC.

No. 17 Hobart 11, Army 9: John Bogosian scored three goals and added two assists to lead the Statesmen (1-0) past the Black Knights (0-2) in Geneva N.Y.

Tim Pearson led Army with three goals.

Salisbury State 3, Ohio Wesleyan 2, OT: Rob Bookhammer scored with 2:05 remaining in overtime to lift the Sea Gulls (6-0) over the Bishops (0-1) in Salisbury.

The Sea Gull defense held Ohio Wesleyan scoreless over the final two quarters and the overtime.

Washington College 8, Nazareth 4: The Golden Flyers (1-0) scored the final four goals of the game to down the Shoremen (1-2) in Rochester, N.Y.

Nazareth led 4-2 at halftime when Washington tied the score on goals by Craig Rentch and Steve Berger early in the third quarter.

Jim Cianfrocca scored the game winner at 3:40 and the Golden Flyers netted three goals in the final 53 seconds of the quarter to seal the win.

Hampden-Sydney 11, St. Mary's 9: Steve Valandingham and Todd Sody each scored three goals as the Seahawks (3-2) were upset by the Tigers (3-2) in St. Mary's City.

Chris Lucas led Hampden-Sydney with three goals and two assists.

Villa Julie 19, Richard Stockton 6: Bobby Rinehimer scored five goals and added an assist to lead the host Mustangs (2-1) past the Ospreys (0-1).

Dan Velez added four goals and four assists in the winning effort.

Western Maryland 15, Widener 6: Tom Brown scored five goals to lead the Green Terror (3-0) past the Pioneers (1-2).

Brian Nottingham made 15 saves in the winning effort.

Goucher 11, Swarthmore 7: Qadir Stern scored three goals to lead the Gophers (3-1) over the Garnet Tide in a non-league matchup.

Goucher avenged a 10-9 triple-overtime loss a year ago with the win.

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