UNC outlasts Notre Dame, 14-11

Nation

March 15, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Attackman Jed Prossner scored a career-high six goals and midfielder Bryant Will added three as eighth-ranked North Carolina toppled fellow No. 8 Notre Dame, 14-11, in South Bend, Ind.

The Tar Heels (4-1) scored five straight goals after trailing 1-0. Paul Spellman made 17 saves for North Carolina. Stewart Crosland had 14 for the Irish (1-2).

State men

Salisbury 18, Roanoke 8: The visiting Sea Gulls (6-0) scored the first four goals en route to their sixth consecutive win over the Maroons (3-1). Justin Smith scored a game-high four goals for Salisbury.

State women

Towson 11, Connecticut 9: The host Tigers (4-1) rallied from a 7-2 halftime deficit behind three goals from freshman Shannon Witzel. The Huskies (0-4) went scoreless for more than 34 minutes.

Loyola 12, Hofstra 7: The visiting Greyhounds (5-1) broke open the game by outscoring the Pride (2-2) 4-1 in the final 17 minutes. Stephanie Walker led the Greyhounds with four goals.

Mount St. Mary's 11, Central Connecticut State 3: The host Mountaineers improved to 3-3 and 1-0 in the Northeast Conference behind two goals each from Nicole D'Angelo, Kim Keene and Katie Mason. The Blue Devils fell to 0-2, 0-1.

Stevens Institute of Technology 16, Villa Julie 10: Val Barnhart scored eight times to lead visiting Stevens (5-0). Molley McCaffery had four goals for the Mustangs (0-4).

Goucher 13, Christopher Newport 4: The Gophers (3-2) built a 12-0 lead in the rout, preventing the Captains (0-4) from scoring until the second half.

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