Tamberrino's five goals lead Salisbury to CAC final, 11-3

Sea Gulls oust Goucher, will face M. Washington


April 19, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore attackman Joe Tamberrino, making his first collegiate start, scored five goals to lead host Salisbury past Goucher, 11-3, yesterday in the semifinals of the Capital Athletic Conference men's lacrosse tournament.

The Sea Gulls (10-3 overall) will go after their eighth straight CAC title when they play host to Mary Washington on Sunday.

Salisbury scored the first eight goals of the game en route to a 9-1 halftime advantage. Tamberrino, who had just three goals entering the game, scored twice in the first quarter, and Andy Arnold (four assists) added a goal and an assist in the first period.

Three goals by senior Steve Brianas led a 5-0 Salisbury run to start the second.

Mary Washington 6, St. Mary's 5: In the other CAC semifinal, junior midfielder Jeb Boland scored the game-winning goal off an assist from junior midfielder Jaime Test with 6:53 remaining to send the visiting Eagles (11-4) past over the Seahawks (5-9).

Mary Washington never trailed in the contest and took a 3-0 lead in the first period.


Frostburg State 8, College of Notre Dame 7: Freshman Melissa Tomko scored with 1:50 remaining as the host Bobcats (5-5) overcame a three-goal deficit to rally for the win over the Gators (9-5) at Bobcat Field.

Frostburg State, which ended a three-game losing streak, trailed 6-3 with 14:02 left before scoring the final four goals of the game.

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