Coppedge lifts Terps women, 18-7

She has 8 points in win, 25 in past three games


College Lacrosse

March 21, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Kelly Coppedge scored six goals and added two assists to lead the seventh-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team to its third consecutive win, an 18-7 victory over visiting No. 20 Old Dominion yesterday afternoon at Ludwig Field.

Coppedge also had a game-high six ground balls and five caused turnovers as well as four draw controls. She has scored at least eight points in each of her past three games, for 25 total points in that span.

Delia Cox and Annie Collins had five points apiece for the Terps (5-2).

"I thought Kelly was exceptional today," coach Cindy Timchal said. "She was all over the field making plays for us, and we needed that kind of performance today against a tough Old Dominion team. We didn't do as well as we would've liked against [Suzanne] Wosczyna, but she's a great player and really tough to stop."

Wosczyna paced Old Dominion (2-2) with three goals and one assist.

William & Mary 17, UMBC 6: Coleen Dalon notched six goals to lead the No. 17 Tribe (4-2) past the Retrievers (0-6) at UMBC Stadium.

William & Mary's Morgan Watkins started the scoring 21 seconds into the game. The Tribe would add five more before UMBC scored once.

Kelly Forani, Kelly Fahey and Kate Worthington led UMBC with two goals each.

McDaniel 10, Ursinus 4: Kristen Ramey had three goals and two assists as the host Green Terror (3-1, 1-0 Centennial Conference) downed the Bears (1-1, 0-1) for the first time in 10 years at Westminster.

McDaniel is off to its best start in six years.

Lindsay O'Steen had 13 saves for the Green Terror and Melissa Scholl had 12 for Ursinus.

Salisbury 21, Goucher 9: Amber Stansbury scored five goals and Jessica White had four to power the host Sea Gulls (5-1, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Gophers (4-3, 0-1).

Salisbury scored three of the first four goals of the second half. Consecutive goals by Ashley Snyder (three goals) pulled the Gophers to within 14-7 with 16:53 left, but Salisbury outscored Goucher 7-2 the rest of the way.

State men

No. 11 Navy 21, Colgate 6: Ian Dingman tied a career-high with five goals for the Mids (5-1, 4-0 Patriot League), who outshot the Raiders 48-18 and won 25 of 31 faceoffs in Orlando, Fla.. Colgate fell to 2-4, 0-1.

Washington College 8, McDaniel 7: Stephen Berger scored three goals and Topher Brewer and Sam Lane two each, and the host Shoremen (7-0, 1-0 Centennial Conference) won a crucial faceoff with less than a minute to go after the Green Terror (2-4, 0-1) closed to one goal.

Mount St. Mary's 16, Siena 15: The host Mountaineers jumped to an early lead and picked up their first win of the season. Eric Seifert scored four goals for Mount St. Mary's (1-4, 1-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Siena (0-2, 0-1) rallied from six goals down, but ran out of time after pulling within one with eight seconds left.

Villa Julie 13, Neumann 8: The host Mustangs (1-3) outscored the Knights 7-0 in the final period. Richard Boulay made 21 saves for Neumann (1-3). Derek Wolford led the Mustangs with five goals.

National men

No. 4 Princeton 10, No. 10 Hofstra 5: The host Tigers (3-1) beat the Pride (2-3) for the seventh straight time. Jason Doneger led the Princeton attack with three goals and Dave Law and Matthew Larkin combined for 15 saves.

No. 15 Army 12, No. 5 Rutgers 11: The host Black Knights (4-1) scored the first four goals of the fourth quarter and Tory Sokul scored the eventual game-winner with 3:03 left. Jim Wagner scored three goals for Army. Delby Powless led all scorers with four for the Scarlet Knights (4-1).

No. 7 North Carolina 10, No. 6 Duke 9: The Tar Heels (5-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) won their fourth straight road game, all against ranked teams. Lance Zimmerman scored the winner 1:03 into overtime. The Blue Devils fell to 4-2, 0-2.

No. 8 Georgetown 9, Hobart 7: The host Hoyas (4-1) got two late goals from Nick Miaritis and Walid Hajj to break a 7-7 tie against the Statesmen (2-3). Hajj finished with three goals, Miaritis with two.

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