Maryland takes down Delaware, 16-5

Brock earns hat trick

Terps women win, 19-8


College Lacrosse

March 17, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Fifth-ranked Maryland (5-1) relied on a team effort on offense and defense to drop Delaware, 16-5, yesterday in overcast and rainy conditions at Byrd Stadium in College Park.

Nine Terps scored goals as Matt Brock led the way with his first career hat trick, while Mike Mollot, brothers Mike and Dan LaMonica, Ryan Moran and Nate Watkins each had two goals.

"We did the things we had to do to get the win," said Terps coach Dave Cottle. "It is a pleasure to work with these players who are picking up the offense and sharing the ball."

Dan LaMonica posted his fourth five-point game of the season and third in a row as he added three assists to bring his season point total to 23, second on the team to Mollot, who has 25 points.

Maryland's close defense of Michael Howley, Chris Passavia and Lee Zink smothered the Blue Hens (2-3), limiting them to five goals, with two coming in the final two minutes of action.

No. 9 Georgetown 18, UMBC 10: Gavin Stringer and Josh Gerber each scored three goals as the Retrievers (1-3) fell to the host Hoyas (4-0).

Steve Dusseau scored a game-high nine points, scoring five goals and dishing out four assists in the win.

Tim Flanagan made 23 saves in the loss.

No. 15 Navy 6, Rutgers 3: Charlie Conklin and Dustin DiNola each scored two goals as the Midshipmen (3-2, 2-1) edged the host Scarlet Knights (1-5, 0-1) in an Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference matchup.

Mount St. Mary's 15, St. Joseph's 4: Josh Warfield and Mark Cox each scored four goals as the Mountaineers (1-5, 1-0) earned their first win, dropping Hawks (0-5, 0-1) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference league matchup in Philadelphia.

Washington College 13, Roanoke 12: Jon Fellows had three goals and six assists as the Shoremen (5-0) remained unbeaten by escaping the Maroons (4-3) in Salem, Va.

Washington College's Alex Pirani stopped 16 shots as Roanoke outshot the Shoremen, 44-36.

Villa Julie 10, Wesley 7: Pat Carling and Dan Velez each scored three goals as the Mustangs (3-2, 3-0) won their third straight Pennsylvania Athletic Conference matchup by beating the host Wolverines (0-3, 0-1).

Ed Wieneke notched four points (one goal and three assists) for Villa Julie.

Cortland State 11, Salisbury 5: Andy Arnold scored twice as the Sea Gulls (5-2) fell to the Red Dragons (2-1) in Salisbury.

Coupled with last Sunday's defeat to Ohio Wesleyan, it's the first time since 1989 that Salisbury has lost consecutive games.

Dickinson 9, Goucher 8: Qadir Stern and Max Agee each scored two goals and Phil Anthony recorded his 100th career goal as the Gophers (3-2) fell to the visiting Red Devils (1-4).


Maryland 19, Brown 8: The visiting Terps (2-3) broke open a 4-3 game with four unanswered goals en route to beating the Bears (1-1) in Providence, R.I.

After back-and-forth action to begin the second half, Maryland reeled off six unanswered goals to end the game.

College of New Jersey 14, Salisbury 9: Amanda Almon and Theresa Driscoll each had two goals as the Sea Gulls (2-2) fell to the Lions (1-0) in Ewing N.J.

The College of New Jersey was led by Liz O'Connor and Valerie Cherill, with three goals each.

Christine Sliger had three assists in the loss.

Lynchburg 6, Frostburg State 5: Melissa Lennon scored three goals and Sarah Shockley stopped 15 shots as the Bobcats (2-1) fell to the visiting Hornets (3-0).

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