Salisbury State outlasts Denison in 3 OTs, 12-11

Arnold scores 5 goals, including game-winner


College Lacrosse

March 15, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Andy Arnold scored his fifth goal of the game 2:13 into the third overtime as Division III No. 3 Salisbury State edged No. 6 Denison, 12-11, yesterday.

The host Sea Gulls (7-0) and the Big Red (2-1) played a tightly contested game that featured seven ties, including five in the second half.

Salisbury led 10-8 with 7:02 remaining in regulation following back-to-back goals by Steve Brianas. Denison answered with three straight goals to forge ahead 11-10 on Sean O'Brien's fourth goal of the game.

The Sea Gulls tied the score 33 seconds later on midfielder Chris Lauer's unassisted goal.

Washington College 18, Skidmore 11: Eric Kuehn scored five goals and added an assist and Jon Fellows scored four goals and added two assists as the Shoreman (2-2) dropped the Thoroughbreds (0-1) in a non-league contest in Chestertown.

Skidmore led 3-2 after the first quarter, but Washington scored six second-quarter goals to take an 8-5 lead into the locker room.

The Shoreman took the lead for good by capitalizing on an illegal stick call and scoring three goals to put the game out of reach.

Virginia Wesleyan 10, Western Maryland 9: Western Maryland managed just one goal in the final 37 minutes as the Green Terror fell to the Marlins (2-2) in Westminster.

Western Maryland (3-1) fell behind for the first time when Bill Lingo scored the game-winner with 55 seconds remaining.

Tom Brown led the Terror with a game-high four goals.


Salisbury State 22, Villa Julie 6: Jen Mezzadra scored six goals and added four assists and Christy Sliger had four goals and seven assists as the Sea Gulls (4-1) cruised past the Mustangs (2-3).

Jamie Hershner led Villa Julie with two goals.

Johns Hopkins 20, Mount St. Mary's 1: Ten Blue Jays players scored as Johns Hopkins defeated the Mountaineers (1-4) at Homewood Field.

Junior attacker Erin Wellner tallied a season-high five goals and one assist in the first half, while junior attacker Jamie Larrimore added four goals for the game.

Franklin & Marshall 11, Western Maryland 7: Tracy Kessler scored three goals as the Green Terror fell to the Diplomats in Lancaster, Pa.

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