Loyola runs by 'Nova

Towson routs Drexel

Georgetown tops UMass

Greyhounds women reach CAA tourney final

Lacrosse

Roundup

April 22, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Loyola Greyhounds used a six-goal outburst to take control and win their fourth straight men's lacrosse game yesterday, 17-10, over visiting Villanova.

Leading 10-5 with 11:06 left in the third quarter, Loyola (8-2) scored six straight goals in a 20-minute span. Bobby Horsey, Michael Sullivan and Gavin Prout each had a goal in that stretch. Horsey finished with four goals; Sullivan and Joey Case, three each.

Andy Leed's first career goal with 6:29 left gave Loyola its biggest lead at 16-5.

No. 9 Towson 18, Drexel 8: The Tigers' starting attack of Kyle Campbell, Brad Reppert and Ryan Obloj accounted for 12 of the team's 18 goals and 20 of its 29 points in the America East game.

Towson held the host Dragons scoreless from the 8:37 mark of the third quarter until 9:35 of the third, building a 15-3 advantage. Campbell (five goals, two assists), Reppert (four goals, one assist) and Obloj (three goals, three assists) led the way.

Army 9, No. 15 UMBC 5: The Knights' balanced scoring sent the visiting Retrievers (5-5) to their fourth loss in five games.

No. 8 Georgetown 13, No. 4 Massachusetts 12: Steve Dusseau scored his third goal of the game with 12 seconds remaining in regulation time as the Hoyas dealt the host Minutemen (10-1, 4-1 in the ECAC) their first loss.

No. 2 Syracuse 18, No. 19 Pennsylvania 12: Michael Springer (four goals) and Josh Coffman (three goals) helped the Orangemen (8-2) to a 11-3 halftime lead.

No. 1 Princeton 7, No. 14 Cornell 4: Down 4-1 in the second half, the top-ranked Tigers (9-1, 5-0 Ivy League), rallied behind Sean Hartofilis' three goals to clinch at least a share of the league title.

No. 16 Hofstra 16, Vermont 7: Steve McTigue and midfielder Doug Shanahan combined for six goals for the host Pride (7-5, 4-1 America East).

Mount St. Mary's 16, Canisius 4: Ten second-half goals were the difference for the Mountaineers (7-5, 6-1 in the MAAC), who got two goals and an assist from Matt Radebaugh (Calvert Hall).

Salisbury State 16, Goucher 4: Freshman Cory O'Neil scored a career-high six goals to lead the Sea Gulls (14-1) to its seventh straight Capital Athletic Championship, and an automatic bid in next month's NCAA tournament.

Western Maryland 10, Franklin & Marshall 6: Tim Brown's five goals helped the Green Terror (8-3, 4-1) to the road victory.

Washington College 13, Eastern Connecticut State 11: Two goals each from Steve Berger, Craig Rentch and Randy Vane helped the host Shoremen (8-6) end the Warriors' 19-game regular-season winning streak.

Villa Julie 16, Messiah 6: Bob Rinehimer had three goals and three assists as the host Mustangs (10-3) concluded the regular season with a five-game winning streak and the best record in school history.

Women

Loyola 14, Old Dominion 5: Stacey Morlang scored three goals and keeper Tricia Dabrowski made 11 saves for the Greyhounds (12-1), who dominated the Monarchs in the semifinal of the CAA tournament. The Greyhounds will play in the finals 1 p.m. today against James Madison.

Towson 8, Vermont 3: Portia Gotwalt scored three goals as the visiting Tigers (6-8, 2-4) won their second America East game.

Down 1-0, the Tigers responded with six goals by six different players to take a 6-2 lead.

Cabrini 13, Villa Julie 10: The host Cavaliers won their ninth straight.

Ursinus 6, Western Maryland 5: The visiting Bears rattled off four unanswered goals in the final 17 minutes to thwart the upset attempt of the Green Terror (5-9, 3-6 Centennial).

College of New Jersey 18, Frostburg State 4: The defending national champion Lions (9-1) routed the visiting Bobcats (7-3).

Washington & Lee 11, Washinton 4: Joanna Perini made 18 saves for the host Generals (12-2).

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