Bailey, Horton send Navy to easy 7-4 win

Towson women upset No. 17 William & Mary

State

March 27, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Ben Bailey and Eddy Horton each scored two goals to lead host No. 14 Navy over Lehigh, 7-4, in a non-league matchup yesterday.

The Midshipmen (5-2) held the Mountain Hawks (2-5) scoreless for two quarters while the Navy offense ran off five goals to take a 6-1 lead heading into the final quarter.

Navy goalie John Higdon stopped six shots. The Midshipmen outshot Lehigh 34-12 and won 10 of 14 faceoffs.

No. 4 Johns Hopkins 10, Albany 4: Adam Doneger scored three goals and added one assist and Peter LeSuer and Kevin Boland each had two goals as the Blue Jays (4-1) handled the Great Danes (2-5) at Homewood Field.

Western Maryland 12, Dickinson 6: Tom Brown became the Centennial Conference career point leader, scoring his record-breaking 261st career point at 10:53 of the fourth quarter as the Green Terror (7-0, 1-0) downed the visiting Red Devils (2-5, 0-1).

Western Maryland goalkeeper Brian Nottingham stopped 20 shots and anchored a man-down unit that held Dickinson to one goal on 14 extra-man opportunities.

Brown had two goals and four assists for the Green Terror. Jeremy Merson and Joe Ellis added three goals each.

Salisbury 13, Union 5: Andy Arnold scored five goals and added three assists to lead the Sea Gulls (7-2) over the Bulldogs (1-2) in a nonconference game in Port Richey, Fla.

Hampden-Sydney 17, Villa Julie 4: Bob Rinehimer scored two goals and Dan Velez had a goal and an assist as the Mustangs (3-4) lost to the visiting Tigers (6-1).

Women

Towson 8, No. 17 William & Mary 7: Martha Dwyer scored the game-winning goal with 4:11 remaining as the host Tigers (5-3, 3-2) upset the Tribe (2-6, 1-2) in a Colonial Athletic Association game.

The win was Towson's first over a ranked opponent since 2000, when it defeated Johns Hopkins, 9-8. It is also the first four-game winning streak for the Towson women since the 1997 campaign, when the Tigers finished 11-6.

Towson goalie Jessica O'Connell tied a career high with 16 saves.

No. 3 Loyola 17, Pennsylvania 3: Stacey Morlang had four goals and two assists to spark the Greyhounds (5-1) over the visiting Quakers (2-4).

No. 16 Johns Hopkins 11, Northwestern 7: Jamie Larrimore had four goals and an assist and Heidi Pearce added three goals and an assist as the Blue Jays (5-4, 3-2) dropped the visiting Wildcats (1-3, 0-2) in an American Lacrosse Conference matchup.

Johns Hopkins scored six goals in the first 11 minutes en route to a 7-0 halftime lead.

No. 4 Virginia 14, UMBC 8: Lauren Traber scored three goals and Jen Dragoni scored two as the visiting Retrievers (1-4) lost to the Cavaliers (6-2).

No. 7 Maryland 18, Harvard 3: Sonia Judd had five goals and two assists as the Terrapins (5-3) won their fourth straight, overwhelming the visiting Crimson (2-2).

Villa Julie 16, SUNY-Oneonta 7: Kim Gorsch and Heather Valunas each had five goals and an assist as the host Mustangs (6-4) won their fifth straight, downing the Red Dragons (5-2).

Roanoke 14, Frostburg State 13: Page Macey had four goals and an assist and Andrea Duffy scored three times with two assists, but the Bobcats (3-2) were edged by the host Maroons (6-2).

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