Loyola surges by Stanford, 9-4, to go 13-0

Women

College Lacrosse

April 20, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Stephanie Walker and Suzanne Eyler scored two goals each as top-ranked Loyola remained undefeated with a 9-4 win over No. 15 Stanford in a nonconference game yesterday.

Loyola (13-0) held a 2-1 lead 18 minutes into the game, before scoring seven of the next eight goals to put away the Cardinal (10-3) in Stanford, Calif.

Washington College 17, Dickinson 0: Casey Sawma scored five goals and Minta Sayres added four as the Shorewomen (11-3, 6-2) posted their second shutout of the season, blanking the visiting Red Devils (2-8, 1-5) in a Centennial Conference game.

Emmy Hyde contributed three goals for Washington and freshman goalie Ashley Crisler finished with 10 saves.

Salisbury 18, Colorado College 5: Junior Jessica White had five goals and two assists to lead the sixth-ranked (Division III) Sea Gulls (10-1) to their eighth straight victory with a win over the visiting Tigers (7-4).

Salisbury took a 7-4 lead early in the second half before closing the game with an 11-1 run.

Linda Ackermann and Amber Stansbury had three goals each for the Sea Gulls.

Villa Julie 23, Elizabethtown 11: Heather Valunas and Molly McCaffery netted five goals apiece and Kim Gorsch added four as the Mustangs (4-7) thumped the visiting Blue Jays (5-5).

Adrienne Justis and Nikki Hentz combined for six goals for Villa Julie.

UMBC 13, Central Connecticut State 4: The Retrievers (6-8, 5-1) jumped to a 7-0 lead in the first half and never looked back to defeat the host Blue Devils (3-6, 1-5 Northeast Conference).

Jen Dragoni had two goals and three assists for UMBC.

Mary Washington 7, St. Mary's 6: Junior Jessica Goon scored three goals, including the game-winner with 26 seconds remaining, to lift the 10th-ranked (Division III)Eagles (9-4, 4-1) over the visiting and eighth-ranked Seahawks (12-2, 3-2) in the Capital Athletic Conference.

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