Penalty kick in OT puts Navy women in title game

Fisher puts away Lafayette

No. 11 Loyola men advance



High Schools

November 10, 2001|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

A penalty kick by senior midfielder Justine Fisher 6:29 into overtime gave the Navy women's soccer team a trip to the Patriot League title game, as it defeated No. 4 seed Lafayette, 1-0, at the Glenn Warner Soccer Facility in Annapolis.

Fisher's penalty kick was awarded after she was tackled from behind on a breakaway. The shot secured Navy (16-4-1) a spot in tomorrow's title game against Bucknell at 1 p.m.

Both teams had at least two opportunities to score during regulation, including a shot just wide in the early minutes of the game by Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year Stacy Finley of Navy, and a one-on-one shot by the Mids' Emily Myers that didn't have enough behind it.

UMBC 2, Monmouth 1: Nicole Grinspoon converted a corner kick from Laura Motley in the 89th minute to lead the second-seeded Retrievers (11-5-2) over the third-seeded Hawks (11-5-2) in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference tournament at St. Francis University in Loretto, Pa.

Grinspoon tallied her first goal of the game, beating Monmouth goalie Abby Shilfler with a 15-yard blast in the 16th minute to give the Retrievers a 1-0 lead.

Men's soccer

Loyola 3, Manhattan 1: A.J. Ogilvie scored two second-half goals, including the game-winner with less than six minutes remaining as the 11th-ranked Greyhounds (14-1-2) struggled to beat the Jaspers in the semifinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament at Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J.

Loyola scored first as Ogilvie tallied his first goal with 16:42 left in the game.

Manhattan (7-10-1) answered eight minutes later as Frank Gizzo beat Reb Beatty (Spalding) to tie the game at 1-1.

Ogilvie tallied the game-winner just three minutes later, and MAAC Player of the Year Niall Lepper added a goal on a penalty kick.

Loyola, which extended its unbeaten streak to 16 games, will meet Fairfield for the MAAC championship and an automatic berth in the NCAA tournament tomorrow at 1 p.m.

Navy 1, William & Mary 0: Mike Taylor scored his first goal of the season as the Midshipmen (11-2-3) beat the Tribe (10-8-1) in a nonconference game.

"It was a team effort and everybody played great for us," Navy coach Greg Myers said.

The win was a school-record-tying ninth shutout for the Midshipmen.

Fairleigh-Dickinson 1, UMBC 0: Aaron Paye's goal with 9:19 remaining in the first half lifted the Knights (13-6) over the Retrievers (9-6) in the semifinals of the Northeast Conference tournament.

Brian Rowland had two saves for UMBC.


Grove City 3, Johns Hopkins 1: Emily Miller finished with 14 kills and Elisabeth Breese added 11 kills as the Blue Jays (16-15) fell to Grove City (20-11) in the first round of the ECAC South championship in Bethlehem, Pa.

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