No. 10 Salisbury shuts down 4th-ranked St. Mary's, 11-3

Goucher edges Frostburg on Howell's OT goal, 11-10

State women

College Lacrosse

April 13, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Salisbury goalie Dena Glisan kept fourth-ranked St. Mary's off the board for the first 49 minutes, and Jessica White scored three times to lead the No. 10 (Division III) Sea Gulls to an 11-3 upset of the Seahawks yesterday in Salisbury.

Glisan finished with seven saves, leading a defense that held St. Mary's to eight shots in the first half.

At the other end, Salisbury raced to a 7-0 halftime lead on goals from six players.

The lead grew to 9-0 before St. Mary's answered with consecutive goals from Stacy Mann, Carol Schmoeller and Allison Cannavino, but that was all the offense the visitors produced. They finished with 18 shots.

The win raised the Sea Gulls' record to 8-1 overall and 4-0 in the Capital Athletic Conference. St. Mary's fell to 12-1 and 3-1.

Goucher 11, Frostburg State 10: Kate Howell scored with 0.2 of a second left in the first overtime in Frostburg, lifting the Gophers past the Bobcats (4-7).

Howell finished with six goals, including two late in regulation that erased a 10-8 Frostburg lead and forced overtime.

Frostburg, which trailed only twice until Howell's game-winner, received four goals from sophomore Page Macey. Kelley Duncan scored twice, and three other Bobcats scored once.

Neither team led by more than two goals.

Franklin & Marshall 17, Washington College 5: Laura Fine scored five goals and three other players added three apiece as the Diplomats (7-3, 5-1 Centennial Conference) routed the host Shorewomen (9-2, 5-2).

Junior attacker Casey Sawma scored twice to lead Washington. Senior midfielder Betty Weller, senior midfielder Kristen Bozzella and freshman attacker Stephanie Ehrhardt added one goal each.

McDaniel 11, Haverford 10: The Green Terror (4-6, 3-3 Centennial Conference) slipped past the Fords (5-6, 2-3) in Haverford, Pa., getting a game-winning goal from Kristen Ramey late in the second half.

McDaniel's Tracy Kessler scored four times to give her 24 goals on the season and 132 for her career.


Villa Julie: The Mustangs' home game against Neumann was called off. No makeup date was announced.

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