Hobbs-led UM women win, 15-11

Salisbury men handed first loss, 14-13 in OT


March 11, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Courtney Hobbs scored five goals to lead the Maryland women's lacrosse team to a 15-11 victory over host Syracuse yesterday at the Carrier Dome.

Syracuse's Carrie Soults tied the game at 9 at the 43:32 mark, and three minutes later Danielle Lillis scored a free-position goal to give the Orangewomen (2-1) a 10-9 advantage.

Maryland (1-2) rallied with three goals in 3:47 to regain the lead at 12-10.

Hobbs, Julie Shank and Molly Lambert all added single insurance goals in the final five minutes to seal the win.

Old Dominion 12, UMBC 6: Stephanie Allem and Loree Miller each scored twice as the Retrievers (0-2) fell to the host Lady Monarchs (0-1).

Goalie Courtney Stringer stopped 15 shots for UMBC.

Mount St. Mary's 26, Binghamton 1: Amy Harris scored a game-high five goals to lead the way for the visiting Mountaineers (2-2), who scored seven times in the first 10 minutes.


Ohio Wesleyan 14, Salisbury 13: Matt Couglin scored unassisted as overtime expired as the visiting Bishops (2-0) handed the Sea Gulls (5-1) their first loss.

Salisbury's five-goal lead evaporated when it was outscored 7-3 in the third quarter. Then Ohio Wesleyan's Andy Rowe tied the score at 12 at 14:11 of the fourth quarter, but Steve Brianas answered moments later to put the Sea Gulls back up

Ohio Wesleyan scored with 10:11 left in regulation, tying the game at 13.

Denison 12, Villa Julie 5: The Mustangs (1-2) lost their second straight despite getting 20 saves from Pat Gill and two goals each from Dan Velez and Zach Steeg.

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