Terps blank Mount, 1st shutout since '70

Lacrosse

February 27, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Maryland men's lacrosse team posted its first shutout in 32 years yesterday as the Terrapins (2-0) routed Mount St. Mary's, 18-0, at Byrd Stadium in College Park.

The Terps' last shutout came on April 20, 1970, when they trounced Duke, 19-0.

It was a career day for several Terps, led by senior captain Mike Morsell, who posted his first career four-goal game and added three assists.

Junior Matt Urlock equaled his career best with three goals, and sophomore J.R. Bordley posted his first-career multi-goal game with two, as did freshman Andrew Schwartzman.

Goalie Tom Dryer made a career-high 28 saves for the Mountaineers (0-3).

Women

College of Notre Dame 13, Villa Julie 10: Erin Sturgis registered three goals and two assists and Becca Dodson also had a hat trick to help the host Gators defeat the Mustangs in the season opener for both teams.

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