W. Maryland's long wait ends with 15-14 triumph

Terror tops Wash. Coll. for first time since '32

Goucher breezes, 16-7

April 05, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Host Western Maryland exorcised 69 years worth of demons yesterday, rallying from five goals down to beat Washington College, 15-14, in Centennial Conference men's lacrosse.

The win was the Green Terror's first over the Shoremen in 24 games dating to April 23, 1932.

Goalie Brian Nottingham made just one save in the fourth quarter, but it saved the game for Western Maryland. Nottingham rejected Washington's Steve Berger with 18 seconds remaining.

Washington College opened the second-half scoring with a goal from John Fellows just 32 seconds into the third quarter for a 9-4 Shoremen lead.

The Green Terror then went on a 7-0 scoring run.

Goucher 16, Shenandoah 7: Quadir Stern, Clay Ulman and Phil Anthony all turned in hat tricks to power the host Gophers (8-2) past the Hornets (1-6).

Hampden-Sydney 14, Villa Julie 10: Chris Lucas scored five goals to pace the host Tigers (8-2) past the visiting Mustangs.

St. Mary's 9, Mary Washington 7: Steve Vallandingham scored four goals to power the host Seahawks (7-3, 3-1) past the Eagles (2-6, 2-3) in Capital Athletic Conference action.


Towson 11, Mount St. Mary's 10: The host Mount (2-8) rushed back from a 10-2 deficit, but came up just short.

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