Hopkins women top Hofstra, 15-12


April 25, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Senior attacker Erin Wellner scored three goals and had four assists, and fellow senior Jamie Larrimore contributed three goals and three assists to lead the 17th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team to a 15-12 victory over Hofstra yesterday in Hempstead, N.Y.

The Blue Jays (9-5) scored the final three goals of the game to win for the ninth time in 11 games.

Hopkins, which also got four goals from junior Meghan Burnett, led 12-5 early in the second half before the Pride (8-8) scored seven straight to tie the game.

Salisbury 9, Washington College 8: Senior attacker Christine Sliger scored the game-winning goal with 3:56 remaining to lift the 15th-ranked Sea Gulls (9-6) over the 20th-ranked and host Shorewomen (9-6) in a Division III game.

Gettysburg 13, Goucher 6: Anna Haugen collected a season-high five points and the eighth-ranked and host Bullets (13-3) used a dominating second-half performance to defeat the Gophers (7-8) in a non-conference Division III game.

St. Mary's 11, College of Notre Dame 7: Sarah Sloane had two goals and three assists to help the fourth-ranked Seahawks (14-0) remain undefeated in beating the host Gators (8-7) in a Division III game.


Goucher 8, Elizabethtown 2: Making his 60th consecutive start, senior goalie Michael Amash made nine saves to lead the host Gophers (9-6) over the Blue Jays (5-8).

Wesley 17, Villa Julie 4: Derrick Quillen scored a game-high seven goals and had two assists as the visiting Wolverines (7-5) routed the Mustangs (5-8) in the semifinals of the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference tournament.

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