UMBC overcomes Penn State with five-goal outburst, 9-8

Brasko, No. 4 Loyola give Brown the slip, 8-6

State men

March 24, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Trailing by two goals late in the third quarter, host UMBC scored five unanswered goals and held on to defeat the Penn State, 9-8, in an Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference contest yesterday at UMBC Stadium.

The Retrievers (2-3, 1-2) scored four consecutive goals in the fourth quarter to grab a 9-6 advantage. Three of the goals came in a 50-second span midway through the quarter.

Franklin Berry scored off an assist from Josh Dodson at the 7:00 mark, Greg Wojtech scored just 10 seconds later after the face-off and Pat Muston scored his third goal of the day at the 7:50 mark to give UMBC an 8-6 advantage.

Adam Shiley added an insurance goal to push the lead to 9-6.

Tim Flanagan made 17 saves for UMBC.

No. 4 Loyola 8, Brown 6: John Brasko scored the game-winning goal on an end-to-end run early in the third quarter to lift the visiting Greyhounds (6-0) over the Bears (2-3).

Loyola trailed 6-4 with 4:13 remaining in the third quarter. Stephen Brundage and Michael Sullivan each scored their second goals to tie the score, and Brasko followed with the go-ahead score.

Kevin Roy added an insurance goal at 5:19.

No. 10 Towson 18, Delaware 4: Kyle Campbell scored a game-high six goals to go along with an assists as the Tigers (3-2, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association) opened league play by routing the visiting Blue Hens (2-4, 0-2).

Brian Meyers and Brad Reppert scored three goals each for the Tigers.

No. 14 Navy 11, Stony Brook 10, 3 OT: Greg Conklin scored 1:32 into the third overtime to lift the Midshipmen (4-2) over the Seawolves (3-3) at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.

Eddie McKinnon led the Midshipmen with four goals and an assist. Kevin Pall scored half of Stony Brook's goals.

Mount St. Mary's 15, Wagner 2: Josh Warfield registered three goals and two assists as the Mountaineers (2-6, 2-0) handled the Seahawks (2-3) in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game in Emmitsburg.

Kevin Merlini scored three times and Matt Radebaugh and Sammy Hogg twice each in the victory.

Washington College 13, Limestone 6: The host Shoremen (6-0) relied on an 8-0 run in the second half to drop the Saints (4-1), the No. 1 team in Division II.

Eric Kuehn scored four goals and Jon Fellows added three goals and two assists for Washington College.

Western Maryland 15, St. Mary's 7: Tom Brown (game-high seven goals, one assist) and Joe Ellis (four goals, three assists) led the visiting Green Terror.

Eastern Connecticut State 17, Villa Julie 7: Dan Velez and Zach Steeg each scored three goals but the Mustangs (3-3) were overwhelmed by the visiting Warriors (4-1).

Bob Rinehimer had a game-high five assists for Villa Julie.

Marymount 10, Goucher 6: Phil Anthony registered two goals and an assist but the visiting Gophers (4-3, 1-2 Capital Athletic Conference) fell to the Saints (4-3, 2-0).

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