No. 9 Hopkins slips past No. 6 N. Dame

State women

April 24, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mary Key scored her second goal of the game with 3:24 left in the second half as the No. 9 Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team held No. 6 Notre Dame scoreless during the final six minutes for a 13-12 win last night in South Bend, Ind.

Johns Hopkins (12-2) had never beaten a team ranked that high since entering Division I in 1999.

The Blue Jays led 11-8 after Steph Janice scored her second goal with 22:28 remaining. Notre Dame (10-2) tied the score with three goals in less than four minutes.

Mount St. Mary's 12, UMBC 10: With back-to-back goals from Casey Paris in the second half, the host Mount ended a nine-game losing streak against the Retrievers.

Paris tied the contest at 5 at the 34:01 mark and then gave the Mount (12-3) the lead to stay after converting 1:48 later. Paris finished with three goals. Kelly Fiorani led UMBC (4-9) with three goals, and Jen Dragoni had two scores and an assist in the loss.

Erin LaMotte (North Carroll) added three goals.

Towson 16, Drexel 13: Becky Trumbo (Liberty) and Amy Middleton combined for nine goals as the Tigers defeated the Dragons (9-6, 1-5 Colonial Athletic Association) in Philadelphia to record their school-record-tying 13th victory.

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