Washington College women stop Western Maryland, 12-10

State

March 28, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Washington College women's lacrosse team scored six unanswered goals spanning the first and second halves to beat host Western Maryland, 12-10, yesterday in a Centennial Conference game in Westminster.

Kim Adams (Hereford) gave the Green Terror (3-3, 0-2) a 4-3 lead at the 12:47 mark before the Shoremen (3-3, 1-1) scored four times in the final 10:06 of the first half to take a 7-4 lead at intermission.

Betty Weller started the run by scoring the first of her four goals.

Adams led Western Maryland with four goals, while Erin Mulhern scored three.

St. Mary's (Calif.) 11, Mount St. Mary's 10: Megan Bryan scored the winning goal with just 1:12 remaining to lift the visiting Gaels (3-5) to a comeback victory over the Mountaineers (5-4).

Lara Steinbraker and Erin LaMotte (South Carroll) each had a hat trick for the Mount, which trailed only twice, 2-1 and 3-2, before Bryan's decisive goal.

Men

St. Mary's 11, Marymount 7: Senior attack Andrew Toussaint scored a season-high five goals and had two assists to lead the host Seahawks (2-7, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference) over the Saints (5-4, 3-1).

After Marymount cut St. Mary's lead to 7-6, the Seahawks scored three consecutive goals, two by Toussaint and one by Kevin Whalen, to put the Saints away. Sophomore attack Greg Scagliotti assisted on two of those goals.

Franklin and Marshall 7, Goucher 4: The host Gophers (4-4) could not pull themselves out of a 6-1, third-quarter deficit as they fell to the Diplomats (5-3).

Goucher unleashed 13 shots in the fourth quarter, but couldn't get one past Mike Sartorius, who had only eight saves all afternoon, including five in the crucial fourth quarter.

Two goals by Qadir Stern late in the third period allowed the Gophers to get as close as 6-4.

Beau Smith had three goals and assisted on Andrew Kuskowski's score, the lone goal of the fourth quarter.

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