Key helps Hopkins women cruise past Villanova, 18-3

Her game-high five goals raise No. 9 Jays to 11-1


April 15, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Mary Key scored a game-high five goals as the ninth-ranked Johns Hopkins women routed Villanova, 18-3, last night at Homewood Field.

The Blue Jays (11-1) wasted little time seizing control, scoring on Meagan Voight's goal 23 seconds into the game and not allowing the Wildcats (1-12) to score until more than 22 minutes had gone by.

Johns Hopkins led 9-1 at halftime and added five goals to open the second half.

Lauren Riddick made six saves in 47 minutes for the Blue Jays.

Cabrini 20, Villa Julie 9: The Mustangs (1-8) stumbled in a nonconference home game despite racing to a 3-1 lead early. The Cavaliers (8-2) battled back, tying the score at 5 before scoring 10 straight goals to put the game out of reach.

Cabrini's Kelli Romano and Julie Smith each scored four times to lead all scorers. Villa Julie's Molly McCaffery and Nikki Miller each scored twice.

Frostburg State 22, College of Notre Dame 12: The Bobcats (8-3) scored nine times in the game's first 15 minutes on their way to a season-high in goals. Stefanie Ritz paced the outbreak with six goals.

Lori Baran had four goals for the Gators (5-6).


McDaniel 9, Swarthmore 8: The Green Terror (4-6, 2-1 Centennial Conference) ended a two-game losing streak, getting a go-ahead goal from Steve Hoffman with less than three minutes to play to beat the Garnet Tide (4-6, 1-2).

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