Navy makes it 5 in row over Army in 9-6 win

Loyola drubs Hobart, 14-3

UMBC routs Stony Brook


April 28, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Ben Bailey and Eddie McKinnon scored three goals apiece as No. 14 Navy defeated Army, 9-6, yesterday in front of 4,437 fans at Michie Stadium, the largest crowd to ever witness a lacrosse game at Army.

The Mids (8-5) held a 4-3 lead at halftime, but goals by Dan Kretz, Dave Pittard and Bailey in the first six minutes of the third quarter gave Navy a comfortable 7-3 lead on its way to its fifth straight victory over the Black Knights (6-6).

No. 10 Loyola 14, Hobart 3: Junior attackman Chris Summers scored all of his game-high four goals in a 10-0 Loyola run to start the game as the Greyhounds (9-3) routed the Statesmen (6-6) at Curley Field.

Junior Jim Fink and freshman Matt White had three goals each for the Greyhounds, who scored a season-high six extra-man goals.

UMBC 11, Stony Brook 3: The host Retrievers outscored the Seahawks 7-0 in the second quarter in posting the non-conference win over Stony Brook (8-6).

Mac Chase, Joey Kestermann, Leigh DiPace and Franklin Berry scored two goals each for UMBC.

Providence 10, Mount St. Mary's 5: In a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game, senior midfielder Kyle Ojakian had two goals and four assists to lead the host Friars (5-10, 5-2) to their first win over the Mountaineers (5-10, 5-2) since 1996.

Salisbury 20, Virginia Wesleyan 12: Sophomore Andy Arnold had three goals and four assists to pace the host Sea Gulls (12-3) in their non-conference win over the Marlins (5-10).

Goucher 21, Greensboro 9: Qadir Stern and Phil Anthony, the top two goal scorers in school history, combined for five first-quarter goals to help the visiting Gophers (10-6) trounce the Pride (2-12).


George Mason 11, No.17 Johns Hopkins 8: The visiting Patriots (8-8) scored the first six goals of the second half to erase a halftime deficit and beat the host Blue Jays (9-6).

Gettysburg 9, Washington College 4: In a Division III game, Becky Bucha tied a career high with six goals to lead the eighth-ranked Bullets (14-3) past the 20th-ranked Shorewomen (9-7) in the semifinals of the Centennial Conference tournament.

College of New Jersey 16, Goucher 1: The visiting Gophers (7-9) needed a late goal by Muffie Bliss to avoid being shut out by the host Lions (13-0), the second-ranked Division III team.

College of Notre Dame 18, Hood 1: Erin Sturgis had four assists, setting a school record for assists in a season, to lead the host Gators (9-7) to a decisive victory over the Blazers in the semifinals of the Atlantic Women's College Conference tournament.

St. Mary's 11, Frostburg State 4: Sophomore Carol Schmoeller scored three goals to lift the fourth-ranked Seahawks (18-0) past the host Bobcats (6-8) in a Division III game.

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