Late goal gives Loyola men 13-12 victory over Hobart

State

College Lacrosse

April 27, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Chris Summers took a pass from Gunnar Goettelmann and beat Hobart goalie Mike Borsz with 14.4 seconds left yesterday, giving No. 19 Loyola a 13-12 win over the host Statesmen.

Hobart (5-7) led early on a Mark Williamson goal but trailed 11-7 in the fourth quarter before rallying to tie the game at 12 with 2:28 to play.

Summers finished with four goals for Loyola (7-5), the most by a Greyhounds player this year, and Goettelmann had three goals and three assists.

Mount St. Mary's 17, Virginia Military Institute 12: The Mountaineers (8-7, 7-1) clinched the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season title, putting together a 7-0 run in the third quarter to pull away from the visiting Keydets (4-8, 4-4).

Billy Jautze led the win with three goals and two assists, and Steve Kelly won 20 of 24 faceoffs.

Cabrini 8, Villa Julie 4: The Cavaliers (10-3, 6-0) beat the Mustangs (8-2, 5-1) in Radnor, Pa., to win the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference regular-season title. Villa Julie goalie Pat Gill made 21 saves.

Women

Maryland 18, Virginia Tech 1: In a game called with 9:38 left because of poor field conditions at Ludwig Field in College Park, the Terps torched the Hokies (3-14) to improve to 16-1.

The Terps opened with a 5-0 run and never let up, building a 15-1 halftime lead as 12 players registered points.

Kelly Coppedge led all scorers with five goals and an assist, and Emily Jaissle and Kristie Leggio each had three assists.

Loyola 14, Syracuse 10: The Orangewomen (9-5) never threatened during a loss at the Carrier Dome, falling to the top-ranked Greyhounds (14-0) after giving up four goals to Suzanne Eyler and three to Jaclyn Borrone.

Rachel Shuck added two goals and an assist for the Greyhounds.

College of Notre Dame 13, Wells 0: Monique Boone and Kate Dranbauer combined to make nine saves and post a shutout of the host Express (2-9) in the semifinals of the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference tournament.

Attackers Lori Baran and Teresa Weathers both had two goals for top-seeded Notre Dame (8-8), which advanced to today's 2 p.m. final against the winner of the Hood/Chestnut Hill semifinal.

Villa Julie 15, McDaniel 12: Heather Valunas scored five goals and added an assist for the Mustangs (7-7), who closed their season with a win over the Green Terror (5-9) in Westminster. Molly McCaffery added four goals for Villa Julie, including a goal with 13:10 left to put the visitors ahead to stay.

Amy Price and Tracy Kessler each scored three goals for McDaniel.

Washington College 12, Ursinus 9: The Shorewomen (12-3, 7-2) locked up the third seed in next weekend's Centennial Conference tournament, getting six goals and two assists from Janet Studdiford to beat the host Bears (7-6, 5-3) for the second time.

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