Salisbury rolls over Goucher, 24-5


March 07, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Steve Brianas scored four goals and the Salisbury University men's lacrosse team ripped off 62 shots on goal yesterday to ruin Goucher's debut at Gopher Stadium, 24-5.

The first game at Goucher's new complex drew a school-record crowd of 355, but the Gophers (19 shots on goal) were overwhelmed by the Sea Gulls (5-0, 5-0 Capital Athletic Conference) from the outset.

Salisbury, which also got three goals from Andy Murray, led 5-1 after the first period and 11-2 at halftime.

York 13, Villa Julie 12: Junior Brendan Brace took a pass from Scott Hermes and scored the game-winning goal with 34 seconds left in the first overtime as the Spartans (1-1) downed the visiting Mustangs (1-1).

Western Maryland 11, Messiah 9: Pete Shaffer (South Carroll) scored two goals 2 1/2 minutes apart to spark a 7-0 fourth quarter by the visiting Green Terror (2-0), which beat the Falcons (0-2).

Senior Tom Brown scored six goals for Western Maryland.


George Mason 10, Towson 8: Sophomore midfielder Lisa Hagan scored four goals and added an assist to pace the Patriots to a season-opening Colonial Athletic Association victory over host Towson (0-2).

The loss spoiled the Tigers' league debut.

Bucknell 10, Mount St. Mary's 4: Senior Melissa Montefusco and junior Suzanne Raffaele each scored a game-high three goals, leading the host Bison (2-0) to a victory over the Mountaineers (0-2).

St. Mary's 7, Salisbury 6: Sophomore attackman Kate Story (Mount Hebron) scored the game-winning goal on a free position shot with 21:16 remaining to give the host Seahawks (3-0), ranked 11th in Division III, an upset of the No. 5 Sea Gulls (1-1).

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