Terps women take it out on W&M with 21-5 thumping


April 09, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sonia Judd scored seven goals and assisted on two others, and Kelly Coppedge recorded a career high with six goals as the No. 2-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team rebounded from a weekend defeat with a 21-5 win over William and Mary yesterday in College Park.

Judd's nine points were a career high and marked the greatest single-game output from a Terrapins player since Jen Adams scored eight goals and had four assists in a 2001 win over Johns Hopkins.

In goal, sophomore Kirah Miles got her first career win, playing 55 minutes and making five saves to help Maryland improve to 12-1. The Tribe fell to 1-11.


No. 3 Syracuse 13, No. 14 Cornell 8: Junior Michael Powell had four goals and goalie Jay Pfiefer made 16 saves to help the Orangemen (7-2) hand the Big Red (6-3) its first loss in six games.

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