Coppedge, UM women rout Ohio St.

No. 5 Loyola goes to 9-1 after beating W&M, 12-8


College Lacrosse

March 29, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The eighth-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team got five goals from Kelly Coppedge and four assists from Annie Collins in defeating No. 18 Ohio State, 14-4, yesterday at the ACC-ALC Challenge in Chapel Hill, N.C.

It was the Terrapins' sixth straight victory and third in the past week against a ranked opponent.

Maryland (8-2) scored the game's first six goals and held the Buckeyes (3-5) scoreless until little more than a minute remained in the first half.

No. 5 Loyola 12, No. 17 William and Mary 8: The visiting Greyhounds (9-1) got four second-half goals from Sydney Greene to hand the Tribe (4-4) its third loss to a top-five team.

Towson 9, Delaware 6: Becky Trumbo, Shannon Witzel, Caitlin Marshall and Amy Middleton each scored twice for the host Tigers (7-2, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association).

Diana Jenny and Shannon Kron scored two apiece for the Blue Hens (2-5, 0-1).

St. Mary's 8, Williams 6: The host Seahawks (7-1) overcame a 2-1 first-half deficit, as Carol Schmoeller scored five goals -- two in overtime.

Frostburg State 13, Wittenburg 5: Page Macey scored five goals to help keep the host Bobcats unbeaten at 7-0. The Tigers (0-4) did not score in the second half.


Massachusetts 6, No. 13 Hofstra 3: The host Minutemen (4-4) scored three times in the first 10 minutes of the third quarter and held the Pride (2-5) scoreless for the game's final 20 minutes. Bill Schell made 13 saves for Massachusetts.

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