N. Hampshire too much for Towson, 16-6

UMBC sets school mark in win over Quinnipiac


April 15, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Colleen Christopher led all scorers with five goals and two assists as New Hampshire defeated host Towson, 16-6, yesterday in an America East game at Minnegan Stadium.

New Hampshire (8-3, 3-0) took a 10-4 lead into the half and outscored Towson 6-2 in the second half. Tracy Drown led the Tigers (5-7, 1-4) with two goals.

UMBC 26, Quinnipiac 6: The Retrievers (5-5, 3-1) set a school record with 26 goals as they defeated the Braves (4-5, 1-2) in a Northeast Conference game. Renee Tirrocchi scored a game-high five goals, and Amanda Eldridge added four to lead UMBC.

The Retrievers took a 16-6 advantage into the half and held the Braves scoreless for the final 30 minutes.

Washington C. 14, Dickinson 6: Tracy Smet and Betty Weller of Sudlersville, Md., each scored three goals to power the host Shorewomen past the Red Devils in Centennial Conference action in Chestertown.

Washington College held the Red Devils to three goals in the second half.

Johanna McCormick made 12 saves, four more than Dickinson's Lisa Bruning.

Mt. St. Mary's 10, Sacred Heart 5: The host Mount (4-10, 2-2), led by Amy Harris (South River) with three goals and an assist, won its second North East conference game in a row.

The Mount scored two quick goals in under a minute before the Pioneers (6-3, 1-2) scored four unanswered goals, two from Christina Macchia. The Mount managed to tie the score 4-4 at the half.

The Mount broke a 5-5 second-half tie with three consecutive successful free position shots in an 11-minute span for a three-goal lead and never looked back.

Western Maryland 11, Bryn Mawr 3: Tracy Kessler scored three goals as the host Green Terror (5-6, 3-3 Centennial Conference) won its fourth straight.

The Green Terror has scored 65 goals during its four-game winning streak.

The Mawrters (1-12, 0-6) got goals from Sarah Caldwell, Elysha Carouge and Alyssa Bergey.

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