Unbeaten Georgetown takes down Navy, 14-7

Hammer, Dusseau score four goals each

Loyola women win, 10-4


College Lacrosse

March 31, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mike Hammer and Steve Dusseau each scored four goals to lead No. 6 Georgetown to a 14-7 victory over No. 14 Navy yesterday in an Eastern College Athletic Conference men's lacrosse game in Washington.

Georgetown improves to 6-0 and 3-0 in the ECAC; Navy drops to 5-3 and 1-2.

"We played well for 45 minutes today," said Navy coach Richie Meade. "They broke down our defense in the second quarter. Georgetown put a lot of pressure on us, but it shouldn't have affected us like it did. Offensively, they are going to score because they have outstanding players like Dusseau, Hammer and [Trevor] Walker."

Eddie McKinnon and Ben Bailey paced Navy with two goals each.

UMBC 10, Rutgers 6: Joey Kestermann scored a career-high four goals to lift the Retrievers (3-3, 2-2) over the visting Scarlet Knights (2-7, 0-2) in an ECAC game.

The Retrievers never trailed, but Rutgers erased a 5-2, second-quarter deficit and tied the game 5-5 on a goal by Tim White 1:16 into the third quarter.

Jon Harasym had two goals and an assist, and Justin Smith added two goals in the win.

Gettysburg 10, Washington College 7: In a Division III game, the No. 2 Bullets (7-1, 2-0 Centennial Conference) scored three unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to turn a two-goal edge into a 10-5 cushion en route to downing the No. 3 Shoremen (6-1, 0-1).

Craig Rentch led host Washington College with three goals and one assist, while Eric Kuehn finished with two goals.

The Shoremen held a 23-22 edge in shots, but Gettysburg scooped up more ground balls, 41-35, and won 11 of 18 faceoffs.

Mary Washington 8, Goucher 7, OT: Phil Anthony had two goals and an assist as the visiting Gophers (4-5, 1-3 Capital Athletic Conference) were edged by the Eagles (7-3, 3-1) in overtime in a Division III game.

Goucher led by three goals twice in the fourth quarter before Mary Washington scored the game's final three goals.

Chris Doddridge beat Gophers goalie Mike Amash with 1:12 remaining in overtime.

Marymount 10, Villa Julie 9: Dan Velez netted two goals and dished out two assists as the Mustangs (3-5) fell to the host Saints (6-4) in a Division III contest.

Bob Rinehimer and Matt Smoot each scored twice for Villa Julie.

Western Maryland 17, Swarthmore 5: Tom Brown became the Centennial Conference's career goal-scoring leader, netting six goals to go along with two assists as the Green Terror (8-0) handled the visiting Garnet Tide in Division III.


No. 3 Loyola 10, No. 18 Old Dominion 4: Suzanne Eyler scored four goals to lead the visiting Greyhounds (7-1, 4-0 Colonial Athletic Conference) over the Monarchs (8-4, 3-2).

St. Mary's 18, Lynchburg 2: Megan McFall scored six goals and added an assist as the Seahawks (10-0), ranked sixth in Division III, overwhelmed the Hornets (5-3) to remain unbeaten.

Washington College 19, Bryn Mawr 7: In Division III play, Lindsey Eichner and Tracy Smet notched four goals apiece to lead the Shorewomen (4-3, 3-0 Centennial Conference) past the Mawrters (1-4, 0-3).

Goucher 10, Roanoke 9: Muffie Bliss put the Gophers ahead on an unassisted goal with 3:53 remaining and Rebekah Oates made three saves in the final two minutes to preserve the one-goal lead as Goucher downed visiting Roanoke in a Division III matchup.

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