Seniors lead Hopkins women to 12-4 victory over American

Jays have won 2 straight

Mount women stay on roll

State

College Lacrosse

March 14, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Johns Hopkins seniors Jamie Larrimore, Erin Wellner and Christy Peterson combined for 10 goals and two assists to lead the 18th-ranked Blue Jays women to a 12-4 victory over visiting American University.

Larrimore scored four goals and added one assist, Wellner had three goals and one assist, and Peterson (Fallston) scored three goals as the Blue Jays won their second straight after opening the season with three losses. Goalie Laura Randisi collected 19 saves for the Eagles (2-3).

Mount St. Mary's 11, George Washington 9: The visiting Mountaineers (3-2) came back from an 8-6 deficit to beat the Colonials (1-1) for their third straight win behind three goals apiece from Amy Harris (South Carroll) and Nicole DiAngelo (St. Mary's).

The Mount jumped out to a 5-3 halftime lead, and an early score by DiAngelo pushed the lead to 6-3. However, the Colonials, who got four goals from Jaime Lee, scored five unanswered goals for an 8-6 lead.

Western Maryland 21, Ursinus 7: Despite getting three goals from junior Tracey Kessler, the visiting Green Terror (2-1, 0-1) fell to the Bears in a Centennial Conference game.

Ursinus' Erin Fitzgerald collected 11 points, with six goals and five assists.

Men

Washington College 12, Messiah 6: Craig Rentch scored three times and Brad Hopkins and Eirc Kuehn each had two goals to lift the third-ranked Shoremen (4-0) to an easy win over the Falcons (1-3) in Durham, N.C..

Rentch (Annapolis) scored and assisted on Jon Fellows' extra-man goal, as Washington took a 5-3 lead with 12:56 to play in the second quarter.

Gettysburg 13, St. Mary's 4: Senior attack Pete Milliman had three goals and three assists and sophomore attack Jake Van Nostrand added three goals and two assists as the second-ranked Bullets (4-0) routed the host Seahawks (1-5).

With the game tied 2-2 after the first period, Gettysburg scored the first four goals of the second period to take control.

Goucher 18, York 9: Phil Anthony scored five goals and had three assists and Qadir Stern had four goals and an assist in the visiting Gophers' (3-1, 1-1) convincing Capital Athletic Conference win over the Spartans (1-2, 0-2).

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