Hopkins women top Vanderbilt


March 19, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Johns Hopkins freshman Lauren Schwarzmann (Century) scored three times in the game's first 12 minutes as the No. 12 Blue Jays defeated defending American Lacrosse Conference champion Vanderbilt, 13-6, yesterday in Knoxville, Tenn.

The Blue Jays (3-2 overall, 3-1 ALC) attacked No. 16 Vanderbilt's goal throughout the game, outshooting the Commodores (2-2, 0-2) by 35-19.

Then, on goals by junior Meagan Voight (Liberty) and sophomore Mary Key (St. Mary's), Hopkins went into halftime ahead by 5-3.

Early in the second half, Meg Spies scored for Vanderbilt to close the Blue Jays' lead to 5-4. But Hopkins responded quickly, taking an 8-4 edge on goals by Anne Crisafulli, Sarah Walsh and Kelley Putnam.

Schwarzmann finished with three goals and an assist. Key and Walsh each added two goals and an assist. Junior Lauren Riddick made seven saves for the Blue Jays.

The Blue Jays dominated possession, winning 17 of 21 draws, seven of them by freshman Kadie Stamper (C. Milton Wright).

No. 20 Delaware 14, Mount St. Mary's 7: Katie Muth (Seton Keough) broke a 5-5 halftime tie, starting a 6-0 Delaware run, and scored another goal as the host Blue Hens (3-1) beat the Mount (2-4) in non-conference play.

Erin Edell (Glenelg) recorded her third hat trick of the season and finished the contest with four goals for the Blue Hens.

Jenna Duffy (Catholic) and Erin LaMotte (North Carroll) each scored twice for Mount St. Mary's.


Skidmore 9, Villa Julie 8: Brendan Bellefeuille scored with 0:53 left in overtime to lift the visiting Thoroughbreds (2-1) past the Mustangs (2-1).

Villa Julie's Dan Deaver (Eastern Tech) scored four goals and had one assist.

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