Borcz helps Navy sail past Radford, 14-7

Terps women rip UMBC, extend win streak to 26

College Lacrosse


March 22, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Adam Borcz scored four goals to lead No. 20 Navy past visiting Radford, 14-7, yesterday in a non-conference men's lacrosse game.

Navy got out to a 5-0 start and led 6-1 after the first period. The Midshipmen held a 9-2 advantage at halftime and won 17 of 25 faceoffs.

Greg Conklin scored three goals and Eddy Holton contributed two for Navy (2-3).

Radford fell to 0-5.

Bucknell 14, Mount St. Mary's 10: Dennis Geraghty scored six goals in leading the host Bison (5-1) over the Moutaineers (2-3).

Bucknell has beaten the Mount in six consecutive games since 1996.

Roanoke 10, Villa Julie 7: Andy Bonasera and Joe Weeren each scored three goals to push the Maroons (4-1) past the Mustangs (3-2) in the first meeting between the schools.

After a 3-3 tie at the half, Roanoke outscored Villa Julie 5-1 in the third period to take an 8-3 lead.

The Mustangs cut the lead to 8-6 on goals scored early in the fourth quarter. The Maroons answered, scoring two of their own to extend the lead to 10-6.

Dan Velez led the Mustangs with two goals and two assists and Bob Rinehimer added two goals.


No. 1 Maryland 23, No. 19 UMBC 2: Jen Adams scored six goals and Kelly Coppedge added four goals as the Terps (6-0) rolled past the visiting Retrievers at College Park.

Quinn Carney and Sonia Judd each had hat tricks for Maryland, which has won 26 consecutive games dating to last season.

Towson 10, Davidson 9: Abby Giancola scored the game-winning goal with 1:23 left to play as the visiting Tigers (3-3) outlasted the Wildcats (3-5).

The Tigers led 8-6 with 17:49 remaining before Lauren Kenchington scored Davidson's next three goals to give the Wildcats a 9-8 lead with 9:13 to play. Towson answered just 17 seconds later, knotting the score at 9 on Nicole Wittelsberger's goal.

Wittelsberger led the Tigers with three goals and Kenchington scored a game-high six goals for Davidson.

Goucher 17, Trinity 8: Lauren Mannekin netted a game-high eight goals and Liz Martin added five as the Gophers improve to 5-0 with a victory over the visiting Tigers.

Goalie Megan Zeller held Trinity scoreles in the first half, enabling Goucher to take a 13-0 lead into intermission.

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