Salisbury ends CNJ women's streak at 52

Hopkins women rebound from loss with 14-0 romp


March 14, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Second-ranked College of New Jersey came to Salisbury yesterday having won 52 straight regular-season games and never having lost to the Sea Gulls in Division III women's lacrosse play. But fourth-ranked Salisbury built a 9-3 lead with 12:04 remaining and held on to upset the Lions (1-1), 9-7.

Linda Ackerman scored three goals for the host Sea Gulls (3-0), who were outshot 27-18.

Ali Goetz had 13 saves for Salisbury. Lynsey Bateman added two goals and an assist

No. 6 Johns Hopkins 14, Ohio 0: Sophomore Mary Key and freshman Kadie Stamper each scored four goals as the visiting Blue Jays (2-2, 2-1 American Lacrosse Conference) rebounded from Friday night's upset loss to Ohio State to rout the Bobcats (1-4, 0-2).

William and Mary 13, No. 12 Penn State 12: Midfielder Jamie Fitzgerald scored her career-high third goal of the game with eight seconds remaining in regulation as the host Tribe (2-2) upset the Nittany Lions (4-1).

George Washington 5, Mount St. Mary's 4: Kristin Karcsh scored the game-winning goal in the 45th minute to lead the Colonials (2-1) past the host Mount (1-3).

No. 15 Towson 13, Denver 7: The Tigers (3-0) rebounded from an early two-goal deficit by scoring four straight goals to beat the visiting Pioneers (1-5).


Cazenovia 17, Hood 8: The Wildcats (1-1) produced an 8-1 run down the stretch to put away the host Blazers (0-1), who trailed 9-7 late in the third quarter.

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