Trumbo's 7 goals lift Towson women

Tigers tie school record with their 11th victory


College Lacrosse

April 19, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Led by seven goals from Becky Trumbo, the No. 17 Towson women's lacrosse team outlasted Old Dominion, 19-15, yesterday in Norfolk, Va., and tied a school record with its 11th win of the season.

The Tigers (11-3, 5-1 Colonial Athletic Association) put away the Monarchs (3-11, 0-6) with a five-goal run in the second half, turning a 9-8 edge into a 14-8 margin with 17:43 to play.

Towson last won 11 games in 1997, finishing 11-6.

No. 6 Duke 10, No. 9 Johns Hopkins 7: Late goals from Kristen Waagbo and Michelle Menser helped the host Blue Devils (10-4) hold off the Blue Jays (11-2), who lost for the second time in three games.

UMBC 15, Vermont 7: The host Retrievers (4-8, 3-1 America East) won their second straight and fourth in their past five, keeping the Catamounts (4-9, 0-4) winless in league play.

Goucher 14, Catholic 9: Ashley Snyder's six goals and two assists helped the host and third-seeded Gophers (11-4) drop the Cardinals (6-8) in the opening round of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament. They'll face second-seeded St. Mary's tomorrow in the semifinals.

Saint Vincent 20, Hood 9: The Blazers (3-8) lost on the road to the Bearcats (4-5), despite six goals from Laura Pitts.


No. 2 Navy 23, Holy Cross 5: Eighteen players scored for the host Midshipmen (10-1, 7-0 Patriot League) against the Crusaders (3-8, 0-7).

The 23 goals are the most in Division I lacrosse this season and the most by Navy since its 24-6 triumph over Pennsylvania on April 2, 1980.

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