Prout helps Loyola men win 5th straight

Terps set school record for regular-season wins

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April 29, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

After scoring two goals in his past three games, Loyola senior Gavin Prout broke out with eight goals yesterday as the Greyhounds overpowered host Hobart, 19-11, in men's college lacrosse.

The win was the fifth straight for the Greyhounds (9-2), who will close the regular season Saturday at rival Johns Hopkins.

Senior Bobby Horsey had four goals, freshman Stephen Brundage had three goals and an assist, and sophomore Chris Summers contributed a goal and four assists.

No. 6 Maryland 10, No. 22 Yale 5: Junior midfielder Mike LaMonica recorded his second hat trick in three games and sophomore attack Mike Mollot scored six points for the visiting Terps (12-2).

With the victory, Maryland set a school record for regular-season wins.

Stony Brook 10, No. 16 UMBC 9: Mike Dworczyk's goal with 2:55 remaining proved to be the game-winner for the host Seawolves, who beat a Top 20 team for the first time in four years. UMBC is 5-6.

No. 1 Princeton 19, Dartmouth 2: The host Tigers (10-1) clinched their seventh straight Ivy League championship behind three goals and two assists from Gilman grad Ryan Boyle.

No. 2 Syracuse 9, No. 8 Massachusetts 8: Freshman Mike Powell had five points, including the game-winning assist on Jason Januszkeiwicz' goal, for the visiting Orangemen.

No. 3 Notre Dame 12, Harvard 1: Boys' Latin grads Tom Glatzel and Todd Ulrich combined for eight goals and three assists as the host Irish (12-1) cruised to its school-record 12th victory.

No. 5 Georgetown 15, Rutgers 7: Steve Dusseau and Scott Doyle each scored four times, helping the host Hoyas (11-1, 5-1) to their second straight Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship and an automatic berth to the NCAA tournament. The Hoyas have made the postseason five straight years.

No. 11 Bucknell 12, Lehigh 10: The visiting Bison finished up its Patriot League schedule 6-0 and will be heading to the NCAAs for the first time in program history.

Brown 9, No. 14 Cornell 8, OT: Freshman attackman Brian Miller scored 19 seconds into the first overtime period to give the Bears (5-7, 2-4 in Ivy League) an upset victory on the road. Junior Mike Albarelli sent the game into overtime with an unassisted goal at 6:46 of the fourth quarter.

No. 15 Hofstra 15, No. 9 Duke 10: Tom Kessler's four goals and two assists gave the host Pride (8-5) its fourth consecutive win and its eight in the past nine games.

St. Mary's 20, Virginia Wesleyan 13: Senior Steve Vallandingham capped his career with seven goals for St. Mary's (11-5) at home.

Junior Andrew Toussaint (three goals, seven assists) set a school record for points in a season with 80.

Goucher 20, Centenary 8: Qadir Stern (six goals) and Phil Anthony (three goals, five assists) helped close out the most successful season in Goucher's history at 13-3. Stern became only the third player in school history to reach the triple-digit mark in goals.

Women

No. 20 Johns Hopkins 13, No. 13 Yale 6: The host Blue Jays (9-5), powered by Erin Wellner's four goals, beat a ranked team for the first time this season. Hopkins outscored Yale 8-2 in the second half, to gain its third consecutive win.

Freshman Miles Whitman (Bryn Mawr) scored three times for Yale (10-6).

Ursinus 10, Washington 7, OT: Erin Fitzgerald and Emily Durkin each scored three goals and added one to assist to lead the Bears (12-2) past the visiting Shorewomen (7-8) in the Centennial Conference playoffs.

Goucher 21, Frostburg State 12: Liz Martin (nine goals) and Lauren Manekin (six goals, two assists) led the way as the Gophers (14-4) surpassed the 20-goal mark for the seventh time this year. Frostburg State is 8-4.

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