No. 2 Salisbury women drop No. 1 Middlebury, 12-10


College Lacrosse

March 24, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The second-ranked Salisbury women's lacrosse team upset top-ranked and defending Division III champion Middlebury, 12-10, yesterday in West Palm Beach, Fla.

The Sea Gulls (6-0) avenged a 7-5 setback to the Panthers during the regular season a year ago and have won 17 of their past 18 games.

The Panthers (1-1) saw their 20-game winning streak end.

Salisbury was led by Linda Ackermann (Liberty), who had four goals and three assists. Junior Kate Scott (Broadneck) added three goals and three assists.

No. 12 Johns Hopkins 8, George Mason 6: Six straight goals sparked the visiting Blue Jays (4-2) after they trailed early in the second half.

Mary Key (St. Mary's) and Meagan Voight (Liberty) led the Blue Jays with two goals each.

Sarah Bryant had a hat trick for the Patriots(1-4).


Mount St. Mary's 18, Robert Morris 5: The host Mount (2-2), up 8-1 after one period, was led by Dan Hatton's three goals against the first-year Colonials (0-7).

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