Walker leads Terps women over ODU with 5 goals

Georgetown cruises, 18-3

Towson's Trumbo scores 8


College Lacrosse

March 03, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Down by one at the half, the seventh-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team scored five times in the second half's first four minutes en route to defeating host Old Dominion, 13-6, at Foreman Field in Norfolk, Va.

Acacia Walker (Annapolis) scored a career-high five goals, three in the first five minutes of the second half, to help lead the Terps to victory.

For the second straight game, the Terps (1-1) fell behind early. The Monarchs' Ashley Stanwick scored an unassisted goal, and Kelly Kimener, who finished with three goals, connected on a pass from Sarah Lautenbach to give Old Dominion (0-1) a 2-0 lead.

No. 5 Georgetown 18, Mount St. Mary's 3: Coco Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) had three goals and three assists to lead the host Hoyas (1-0) over the Mount (0-1).

Towson 16, American 6: Becky Trumbo (Liberty) scored eight goals as the host Tigers (1-0) defeated the Eagles (0-1).

Trumbo scored her first goal, unassisted, 18 seconds into the game. She added back-to-back goals at 24:35 and 22:23 for a 5-0 Towson lead.

St. Mary's 22, College of Notre Dame 3: Sarah Sloane (St. Paul's) scored five times and added an assist to power the host Seahawks (2-0) past the Gators (0-1).

Susquehanna at Goucher: The Gophers' home opener against the Crusaders was canceled because of an unplayable field.


Salisbury 21, Goucher 7: The two-time defending national Division III champion Sea Gulls (3-0, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) scored twice in the first 23 seconds and never looked back against the visiting Gophers (2-1, 0-1).

Salisbury's Justin Smith (Pallotti) and Chris Phillips combined for nine goals.

McDaniel 17, Marymount 3: Cory Nellisen scored six goals and Kolyn Kirby had five as freshmen tallied 13 times for the host Green Terror (1-0).

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