Baran scores 7 goals to pace CND

Gators win, 10-9, in 3 OTs

Libertini leads St. Mary's

State women

March 08, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Lori Baran scored seven goals, including the game-winner in the third overtime, as the College of Notre Dame beat St. Vincent, 10-9, yesterday at Loyola.

The Gators (1-0) rallied from a 9-6 deficit, shutting out the Bearcats (0-1) over the last 24 minutes. Sophomore goalie Kate Dranbauer (Kenwood) made 18 saves for Notre Dame.

Baran scored Notre Dame's last three goals, pulling the Gators to within one with 8:11 to play and tying the game at 9-9 with 1:53 remaining.

After the teams played two scoreless overtimes, Baran cut through the middle and scored the game-winner with 1:50 to play.

St. Mary's 19, St. Anselm 2: Sophomore attacker Karli Libertini (Catonsville) scored five goals and added five assists in leading the fifth-ranked Seahawks (4-0) over the Division II Hawks (0-2).

Junior Kate Story (Mount Hebron) had three goals and four assists, and Carol Schmoeller (Catonsville) added three goals and three assists. The Seahawks scored the first 10 goals in the opening 17 minutes of play.

Washington College 18, Catholic 9: Ashley Crisler (North Carroll) made 12 saves in her collegiate debut and eight players scored as the Shorewomen (1-0) beat the Cardinals (0-3) at Loyola's Curley Field.

St. Mary's (Calif.) 6, Mount St. Mary's 3: The Mountaineers fell to 0-2 on their season-opening road trip out west despite 13 saves from Naomi Campano.

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