No. 1 Hopkins tops Hofstra, moves to 4-0

Blue Jays win, 13-6, look to Syracuse

UMass falls


College Lacrosse

March 14, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior attackman Kyle Barrie scored three goals in top-ranked Johns Hopkins' game-opening five-goal run, helping the Blue Jays down No. 11 Hofstra, 13-6, yesterday in a men's lacrosse game at Shuart Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y.

It was the fifth consecutive victory over the Pride (2-2) for the Blue Jays (4-0), who await a matchup with No. 3 Syracuse on Saturday at Homewood Field.

Junior midfielder Matt Rewkowski added two goals and an assist for Hopkins.

No. 17 Navy 11, Bucknell 5: The host Midshipmen (3-1, 2-0 Patriot League) scored six of the game's final seven goals and rolled to victory over the Bison (2-2, 0-1) behind four goals and two assists from Ian Dingman.

No. 19 UMBC 14, Hartford 4: In the Retrievers' America East opener, CCBC-Essex transfer Jeff Rominksi netted two goals to go along with three assists to lead host UMBC (2-1) over the Hawks (0-4, 0-1).

Providence 13, Mt. St. Mary's 11: The Friars (1-3) scored four of the game's final five goals to upend the host Mountaineers (0-3) in both teams' Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opener.

Washington College 12, Hampden-Sydney 8: Sophomore attackman Sam Lane scored five goals, and the Shoremen (5-0), ranked fourth in Division III, outscored the No. 5 and host Tigers (3-1) by an 8-2 margin in the second half.

St. Mary's 10, Wittenberg 8: The host Seahawks (2-3) didn't take their first lead over the Tigers (0-4) until midway through the fourth quarter, when Dave Mueller, Doug Mayer and Colin Curley scored consecutive goals.

Goucher 12, Randolph-Macon 5: Reeves Craig made 20 saves, and Pat Tracy had four goals and two assists as the visiting Gophers (3-2) rolled over the Yellow Jackets (2-2).

Elizabethtown 20, Villa Julie 12: Despite four goals from Travis Hinkle, the Mustangs (0-3) fell to the host Blue Jays (2-1).

National men

Harvard 11, No. 10 Massachusetts 7: Just a week after losing to Bucknell, 15-4, the visiting Crimson (2-1) held the Minutemen (2-2) to two second-half goals to pull off the upset.

No. 6 Georgetown 10, Penn State 8: Freshman Trevor Casey scored two goals in a four-goal, fourth-quarter run for the Hoyas, lifting visiting Georgetown (2-1, 1-0 ECAC) past the Nittany Lions (2-3, 0-1).

State women

Old Dominion 19, UMBC 11: The visiting Retrievers fell to 0-4 as the Lady Monarchs (2-0) put on their biggest offensive show since 1996.

College of N.J. 13, Salisbury 8: In a battle of two of the top five teams in Division III, the third-ranked and host Lions (2-0) outscored the No. 4 Sea Gulls (3-1) by five goals in the decisive third quarter.

Frostburg State 8, Greensboro 7: Behind three goals and an assist from sophomore Kelley Duncan, the visiting Bobcats (4-0) edged the Pride (1-4).

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