6-1 run spurs Terps past Duke, 17-12

Walters' 4 goals, 2 assists help Maryland move to 2-0


College Lacrosse

March 07, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore attackman Joe Walters tied a career high with six points as 11 Maryland players scored in the No. 3 Terps' 17-12 win over No. 7 Duke yesterday in front of 1,187 at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C.

The 29 goals represented the greatest number in a Maryland-Duke game since 1983.

The Blue Devils (2-1) led 3-2 at the end of the first period on goals by Michael Ward, Lee Skandalaris and Ryan Marshall, but the Terrapins (2-0) dominated the second period.

Maryland outscored the Blue Devils 6-1 in the period, including four straight goals to end the half and break a 4-4 tie. Two of the four goals came from J.R. Bordley.

Walters finished with four goals and two assists and goalkeeper Tim McGinnis made 10 saves, including eight in the second half.

No. 14 Hofstra 9, No. 10 Loyola 8: Hofstra goalkeeper Matthew Southard recorded 18 saves as the host Pride (1-1) overcame the Greyhounds (1-1) despite losing 17 of 20 faceoffs. Ryan Lucas scored the game-winner on an extra-man opportunity with 4:25 remaining.

Washington College 12, Springfield 8: The Shoremen (3-0) jumped to a 5-0 lead in Fairfield, Conn., and goalkeeper Richard Yost made 18 saves to help preserve the victory. Stephen Berger and Jon Spivey each recorded a hat trick for the Shoremen. Springfield fell to 0-1.

Hartwick 21, McDaniel 11: The host Hawks (2-0) scored 10 first-quarter goals to assume control. Devin Poole and Brian Prescott scored four goals apiece. Justin Merson, Jared Nutter, Jeremy Freed and Steve Huffman scored two goals each for McDaniel (1-2).

Montclair State 11, Villa Julie 2: The visiting Mustangs (0-2) led 1-0 before the Red Hawks (1-0) scored 10-straight. Chris Meixner scored six times for Montclair State.

National men

No. 13 Georgetown 14, No. 8 Cornell 4: The host Hoyas (1-1) outshot Cornell, 49-18, won 27 more ground balls and got three goals from Pete Cannon. The Big Red fell to 1-1.

State women

Mount St. Mary's 16, Siena 7: Sophomore Ellen Keener scored a career-high four goals, including the game-winner, as the host Mount (2-1) came from behind to defeat the Saints (0-2) in Emmitsburg.

Salisbury 13, Franklin & Marshall 7: Five Salisbury players scored two goals apiece to lead the visiting Sea Gulls (3-0) past the Diplomats (0-1) in Swarthmore, Pa.

Ali Goetz recorded 13 saves for Salisbury.

Washington College 18, Denison 10: Casey Sawma scored seven goals and Lindsey Eichner recorded six assists as the host Shorewomen (2-0) downed the Big Red (0-1) in Chestertown.

Washington never trailed in the game, taking a 4-0 lead 10 minutes in. Molly Lamdin led Denison with three goals.

College of Notre Dame 15, Hood 7: Jen Leo scored a game-high five goals and Rebecca Dodson added four to power the visiting Gators (1-1, 1-0 Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference) past the Blazers (1-3, 0-1) in Frederick.

Laura Pitts had four goals for Hood.

Gettysburg 10, St. Mary's 9: Jenn Kelly scored with 2:37 remaining to break a 9-9 tie and lift the host Bullets (2-0) over the Seahawks (3-1).

Gettysburg rallied with four goals in 10 minutes to pull out the victory. Sarah Sloane led St. Mary's with four goals .

Messiah 14, Goucher 12: The Gophers (1-1) -- led by Kate Howell's four goals -- came within one twice in the closing seven minutes, but fell to the host Falcons (1-1) in Grantham, Pa.

Joana Wilkinson had four goals for Messiah.

Frostburg State 9, Christopher Newport 2: Page Macey had a hat trick in leading the visiting Bobcats (1-0) past the Captains (0-2) in Newport News, Va.

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