No. 2 Virginia suffers 2nd straight loss


March 01, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Denver's Scott Davidson scored three times as the host Pioneers surprised second-ranked Virginia, 9-7, yesterday. The loss was the second in two days for the Cavaliers (1-2), who lost to Air Force on Saturday, 7-6.

The Pioneers (2-0) struck twice in the game's opening minute.

Roanoke 13, St. Mary's 5: The visiting Maroons (1-0) kept the Seahawks (0-1) scoreless in the first half and scored 10 second-half goals.


Johns Hopkins 21, Davidson 5: The host Blue Jays (1-0) scored seven goals in a little more than eight minutes to start the game, then scored eight straight after the Wildcats (0-3) finally got on the board.

Hood 19, Averett 7: Cheryl Banks' seven goals led the host Blazers (1-2) past the Cougars (0-4).

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