Flanagan, UMBC wreck Army, 15-9

Thinking of his father, goalie has 19-save day


April 21, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior goalkeeper Tim Flanagan (Archbishop Curley) made a career-high 19 saves and the UMBC offense turned out a season-high 15 goals as the host Retrievers shocked No. 18 Army, 15-9, yesterday, capping an emotional week for UMBC.

Flanagan, whose father died last week, was a wall, making seven saves in the first quarter as the Black Knights (6-4) offense unleashed a season-high 19 shots on goal.

Trailing 4-1 after the first quarter, UMBC (4-6) took over in the second and third periods, outscoring Army 12-2 to take a 13-5 advantage en route to the victory.

"My father was with me and with the team," Flanagan said. "Every game from now on is special because I'm playing for him. I know he'd be proud of me."

No. 9 Loyola 14, Villanova 9: Stephen Brundage scored all of his career-high six goals in the second half, including three in a row midway through the third quarter, to break a 7-7 tie and lead the Greyhounds (8-2, 5-0) over the Wildcats (4-7, 1-4) in a Colonial Athletic Conference game.

No. 15 Towson 20, Drexel 8: Brad Reppert scored four goals and Kyle Campbell chipped in three as the Tigers (6-4, 3-2) routed the visiting Dragons (7-5, 2-2) in a Colonial Athletic Conference matchup.

Mount St. Mary's 18, Siena 0: Ten Mountaineers scored as their team (4-9, 4-1) romped past the Saints (1-9, 0-4) in a Metro Athletic Conference game.

Western Maryland 15, Washington College 14: Tom Brown (Hammond) scored the winner with 1:38 remaining in the second overtime as the Green Terror (12-1, 5-1), ranked 16th in Division III, upset the host Shoremen (10-2, 4-2), ranked third, in a Centennial Conference game.

Rob Weaver led Western Maryland with a game-high five goals.


Cabrini 19, Villa Julie 8: Heather Valunas scored four goals and had an assist as the Mustangs (6-8) fell to the visiting Cavaliers (12-2).

College of New Jersey 18, Frostburg State 6: Andrea Duffy scored three goals as the Bobcats (5-6) fell to the Lions (10-0), who are ranked second in Divison III.

Washington College 18, Dickinson 8: Casey Sawma scored four goals and had two assists to lead the visiting Shorewomen (9-5, 7-2), ranked 20th in Division III, over the Red Devils in a Centennial Conference game.

Western Maryland 18, Muhlenberg 8: Tracey Kessler scored six goals to pace the Green Terror (9-4, 4-3) past the Mules in the Centennial Conference.

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