Donovan's 7 points pace St. Mary's 11-5 win

5-0 run lifts Seahawks

Salisbury women roll


College Lacrosse

April 16, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

St. Mary's won its final tuneup for the Capital Athletic Conference tournament, getting four goals and three assists from Pat Donovan in an 11-5 men's lacrosse victory over Catholic yesterday in St. Mary's City.

The Seahawks (9-5, 4-2 CAC) scored the first five goals and didn't allow the Cardinals (8-4, 2-4) a goal until the second quarter.

St. Mary's will open the CAC tournament tomorrow, playing host to Marymount in the quarterfinals.

Cabrini 19, Villa Julie 6: The host Mustangs (4-5, 3-2 Pennsylvania Athletic Conference) were within 6-3 in the second quarter before the Cavaliers (8-2, 2-0) scored 12 straight goals to break the game open.

National men

No. 13 Notre Dame 15, Butler 5: The Fighting Irish (6-4, 3-1 Great Western Lacrosse League) had five players score at least two goals apiece in the road win over the Bulldogs (5-6, 0-3).

Notre Dame scored seven of the first eight goals to take control of the game.

Brian Hubschmann had three goals for the Irish. While Matt Karweck, Matt Howell, Lucious Polk and Pat Walsh each scored twice.

Sophomore Phil Brauch led the Bulldogs with two goals, while junior Anthony Crimmins had a goal and an assist for the hosts.

State women

Salisbury 22, Villa Julie 3: Linda Ackermann scored four goals and Jessica White added three as the host Sea Gulls (10-2) made short work of the Mustangs (1-9) in a nonconference game.

Thirteen different players scored for Salisbury, which jumped to an early 4-0 lead and led 14-1 at halftime.

Goucher 15, Susquehanna 7: A run of seven unanswered goals helped the Gophers (10-4) overcome a 3-2 deficit and defeat the Crusaders (4-7).

Kate Howell had three goals and four assists for Goucher, which won for the sixth time in its past seven games.

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