Salisbury St. gets 16-10 win over Ursinus

Women's roundup

College Lacrosse

May 13, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jen Mezzadra scored six goals and Christine Sliger added three to lead Salisbury State to a 16-10 victory over Ursinus in the first round of the NCAA Division III women's lacrosse tournament yesterday.

Salisbury (14-3) advances to today's national quarterfinal round to face Mary Washington (14-4), a 10-6 winner over Washington & Lee in the second game of yesterday's regional. Salisbury and Mary Washington will be meeting for the third time this season.

Ursinus jumped to an early 3-0 lead on goals by Jaime Matty, Emily Durkin and Erin Fitzgerald. Mezzadra then scored three straight in under a minute to pull the Gulls even. With the score tied 4-4, Salisbury scored five straight, with Mezzadra adding her fourth and fifth of the game during the run.

Ursinus 6 4 - 10 Salisbury State 12 4 - 16

Goals: U-Durkin 4, Fitzgerald 2, Elia 2, Matty, Martynenko; SS-Mezzadra 6, Sliger 3, Almon 2, Bozick, Eberling, McDuell. Assists: U-Ulmer 2, Fitzgerald; SS-Sliger 5, Almon 2, Mezzadra, Bozick, McDuell. Saves: U-Mannion 16; SS-Glison 12.

Ithaca 9, St. Mary's 8: Jessica Welch scored off a feed from Kelly Bliss with 2:33 remaining, giving No. 10 Ithaca (15-3) a come-from-behind win over St. Mary's (11-4) in the first round of the NCAA Division III lacrosse tournament at Amherst College.

St. Mary's 7 1 - 8 Ithaca 2 7 - 9

Goals: SM-McFall 3, Schmoeller 2, Novak, Mann, Story; I-Schlegel 3, Bliss 2, Welch 2, Turner, Granzin. Assists: SM-Welsh 2, Mann, Novak; I-Bliss. Saves: SM-Chumley 12; I-Andrews 7.

ECAC tournament

Gettysburg 11, Franklin & Marshall 9: Megan Murphy scored four goals to lead the Bullets (14-5) over the Diplomats (12-6) and into today's Eastern College Athletic Conference Mid-Atlantic championship.

William Smith 14, Nazareth 5: The Herons (14-2) defeated the Golden Flyers (12-8) in the ECAC semifinals.

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