Loyola women race past UMBC, 18-6

Greyhounds connect for 13 goals in first half


College Lacrosse

March 06, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sixth-ranked Loyola struck for 13 first-half goals and cruised to an 18-6 win over UMBC in a women's lacrosse opener at UMBC Stadium yesterday.

The Greyhounds (1-0) took a 9-1 lead with 19:16 left in the first half on Stacey Morlang's fourth goal and held the Retrievers to three scores going into the half.

After going into the half 13-3, Loyola added two more quick scores to start the second half before nailing down the victory.

UMBC's Jamie Gerhart had two goals and three assists. Loyola goalie Tricia Dabrowski stopped 17 shots while UMBC keeper Courtney Stringer made seven.

Senior midfielder Suzanne Eyler and sophomore attacker Rachel Shuck chipped in three goals and one assist each.

Goucher 17, Marymount 12: Kate Jarvis scored five goals, including the go-ahead goal with 4:43 remaining in the first half, as the Gophers (2-0, 1-0) opened Capital Athletic Conference play with a win over the Saints (1-1, 0-1).

Muffie Bliss supplied four goals and Kate Howell added two goals and two assists for Goucher.

Villa Julie 16, Messiah 11: Molly McCaffery and Heather Valunas scored five goals each to lead the Mustangs (1-3) past the host Falcons (0-2).

Lynn Mann added three goals, and goalie Cynthia Chase made 17 saves for the Mustangs.


Delaware 15, Mount St. Mary's 6: R.C. Reed scored four goals and Ryan Metzbower chipped in with three as the Blue Hens (2-1) rolled over the visiting Mountaineers (0-5).

Josh Warfield scored twice to lead Mount St. Mary's.

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