Maryland rallies past Penn State

UMBC edges Cal, 11-10

Mount unchallenged, 24-2

State women

College Lacrosse

March 30, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Courtney Hobbs scored four goals as Maryland's women's lacrosse team rallied to edge visting Penn State, 13-11, as part of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge last night before 900 at Ludwig Field.

Maryland (6-3) won its fifth straight. The Nittany Lions (3-5) led 11-9 after Kristen Burke's unassisted goal with 8:25 left. The Terps came back with four goals in the game's final seven minutes. The Terps have won 78-straight games against nonconference competition.

Hobbs led all scorers with four goals and an assist. Acacia Walker had three goals and an assist.

UMBC 11, California 10: Four players scored two goals each as UMBC relied on a balanced scoring attack to edge visiting California.

Lauren Traber led the Retrievers (2-4) with two goals and two assists.

Mount St. Mary's 24, St. Francis (Pa.) 2: Amy Harris, Lara Steinbraker and Kelly Moran each scored three goals as the Mountaineers (6-4, 2-0) routed the Red Flash in a Northeast Conference matchup in Emmitsburg.

Western Maryland 16, Dickinson 8: Erin Mulhern became the eighth player in Green Terror history to score 100 career goals as Western Maryland (4-3) defeated the Red Devils in a Centennial Conference game.

Sara Thomas scored a game-high five goals for the Green Terror.

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