Gettysburg men oust Salisbury in Division III

First loss of season sends St. Mary's women home

Roundup

May 13, 2002|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Tim McGinnis (Loyola) made 16 saves and Jake Van Nostrand netted a hat trick as host Gettysburg rallied from a 4-3 fourth-quarter deficit with four unanswered goals to edge Salisbury, 7-5, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament yesterday.

Steve Brianas, Chris Lauer, Andy Arnold, Justin Smith and Scott Simmons scored for the Sea Gulls (13-5).

The Bullets (16-1) will face Washington & Lee in the semifinals.

Washington & Lee 11, Washington College 8: Craig Rentch scored three goals but the Shoremen (13-4) fell to the visiting Generals in another Division III quarterfinal.

Washington & Lee was paced by Matt Fink's three goals and three assists.

Women

Mary Washington 9, St. Mary's 7: Meg McFall, Carol Schmoeller and Kate Story each scored twice but the host Seahawks (17-1) suffered their first loss of the season, falling to the Eagles (12-5) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division III women's tournament.

Harvard 9, Johns Hopkins 8: Meghan Burnett scored four goals but the Blue Jays (10-8) lost to the visiting Crimson (9-7) in the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference championship.

West Chester 11, Stonehill 6: Kathleen Sheehan scored four goals to lead the Golden Rams to the Division II title.

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