Big second half helps Loyola women open season with 20-8 rout of UMBC


College Lacrosse

March 02, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The ninth-ranked Loyola women's lacrosse team outscored UMBC 11-3 in the second half for a 20-8 season-opening victory over the visiting Retrievers yesterday.

Loyola capped a 5-0 run with 12:35 left in the first half.

Sydney Greene led Loyola with five goals, four in the second-half run. Kate McHarg added four.

Kelly Fiorani led the Retrievers with three goals, and Bridget Gambino added two.

The Greyhounds finished with 10 saves, six by starting keeper Kim Lawton and four by Cindy Nicolaus.

Retrievers goalie Kristina Raab had eight saves.


St. Mary's 9, Lycoming 3: Cyrus Albertson paced the host Seahawks (1-2) with three goals in the victory over the Warriors (0-1).

Rich Barr had three saves for the Seahawks, and Matt Wiest added one.

No. 12 Duke 15, VMI 5: Freshman attackman Zack Greer had seven goals and one assist to guide the Blue Devils (3-0) past the visiting Keydets (0-2).

Duke leads the all-time series 3-0.

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