Maryland gives Timchal 300th career victory, 25-3

Terps dismiss Quinnipiac

Goucher also romps, 24-8

State women

College Lacrosse

March 12, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Cindy Timchal (300-68), the winningest coach in women's lacrosse history, recorded the 300th victory of her career yesterday as third-ranked Maryland routed visiting Quinnipiac, 25-3.

Kelly Coppedge led the Terps (3-2) with six goals and two assists for a career-high eight points.

Goucher 24, Franklin & Marshall 8: Ashley Snyder and Kate Howell combined for 11 goals to push the host Gophers (2-2) past the Mustangs (0-3).

The 24 goals were the most the Gophers had scored since a 26-6 win over Marymount in the 2001 Capital Athletic Conference tournament final.

Duquesne 12, Mount St. Mary's 5: Ginger Flocco scored four goals and had an assist to lift the Dukes (3-2) past the Mount (2-3) in Orlando, Fla.

Katie Simmons scored her 11th goal of the season for the Mount.

McDaniel 14, Elizabethtown 7: Kristin Ramy had three goals as the host Green Terror (1-1) scored the first three in the opening 2:30 of play to beat the Blue Jays (1-1) in Westminster.

Elizabethtown's Liz Fretz and Jen Manns also had three goals each.

St. Mary's 9, Randolph-Macon 4: Kate Story (Mount Hebron) scored three goals and had two assists to lead the visiting Seahawks (5-1) past the Yellow Jackets (2-1) in Ashland, Va.

St. John Fisher 13, Washington College 11: Playing in Orlando, Fla., the Cardinals (1-1) handed the Shorewomen (3-1) their first loss.

Washington College's Janet Studdiford led all scorers with five goals.

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