Slow-starting No. 1 Hopkins finishes fast, 17-6


March 10, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

After falling behind by two goals, top-ranked Johns Hopkins scored nine second-quarter goals and routed Albany, 17-6, yesterday to extend its home winning streak to 22.

Conor Ford, Peter LeSueur and Matt Rewkowski scored three goals each for the Blue Jays (3-0). Albany is 1-1.

National men

No. 8 North Carolina 11, No. 12 Denver 6: Four players scored twice each for the Tar Heels (2-1). Scott Davidson's hat trick led host Denver (3-1).

State women

American 15, Mount St. Mary's 10: Rebecca Copeland's five goals led the Eagles (1-3) in Orlando, Fla. Nicole DiAngelo (St. Mary's) had two goals and two assists for the Mountaineers (2-2).

Washington College 12, Lynchburg 6: In Orlando, Fla., Janet Studdiford scored three goals as the Shorewomen (3-0) gave Washington College its 5,000th win in varsity sports. The Hornets fell to 1-3.

St. Mary's 14, Catholic 5: The host Seahawks (4-1) used an 8-1 run spanning the second and third quarters to overwhelm the Cardinals (1-2).

Franklin & Marshall 8, Goucher 7: Brenna Dolphin scored the tying and winning goals for the visiting Diplomats (1-1). Kate Howell scored three goals for the Gophers (1-2).

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