No. 4 Virginia puts stop to No. 3 Princeton, 8-4

Chrest's five goals power No. 6 Duke's 18-1 romp

Women

March 27, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Third-ranked Princeton scored 50 seconds into its game against No. 4 Virginia yesterday, but the host Cavaliers held the Tigers scoreless for the next 42:15 and surged to an 8-4 win.

Reigning Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week Ginger Miles had nine saves and three Cavaliers (6-1) scored a pair of goals each.

Elizabeth Pillion scored twice for the Tigers (4-2), who were hurt by 22 turnovers.

No. 6 Duke 18, Stanford 1: Junior Katie Chrest scored five goals for the Blue Devils (8-2) in a blowout of the Cardinal (5-3) in Nashville, Tenn.

No. 7 Dartmouth 9, Yale 8: Whitney Douthett had a career-high four goals and added an assist as the Big Green (5-0, 1-0) edged the host Bulldogs (2-4, 0-2) in Ivy League action.

No. 8 Georgetown 15, Rutgers 10: Coco Stanwick paced the visiting Hoyas (5-1, 2-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference) with three goals.

The Scarlet Knights (3-3, 1-1) blew an early two-goal lead, and their three-game winning streak was broken.

No. 9 Boston University 11, George Mason 10: Lindsay Lewis scored the game-winner off an assist from Jenny Hauser with 47 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift the Terriers (1-1) over the Patriots (1-5).

No. 10 Hofstra 17, Denver 9: Becky Thorn scored a game-high four goals and the host Pride (7-1) opened the game with a 7-1 run in defeating the Pioneers (1-9).

Cornell 12, No. 14 Pennsylvania 10: The Big Red rallied from a 6-1 deficit behind a career-high six goals from junior Allison Schindler and beat its second Top 20 opponent in a week.

In the teams' Ivy League opener, the host Quakers fell to 4-2 overall, while the Big Red climbed to 3-2.

Washington College 13, Bryn Mawr 6: Erin Bollinger scored four goals and assisted on another as the host Shorewomen (3-4, 1-1 Centennial Conference) defeated the Owls (3-4, 0-1).

Goucher 15, Marymount 6: Ashley Snyder and Kate Knitter scored four goals apiece for the visiting Gophers (2-3, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference), and Therese Walsh and Kerry Adler each scored three times for the Saints (5-3, 0-2).

Mount St. Mary's 20, Robert Morris 2: The visiting Mount (3-4, 1-0 Northeast Conference) was paced by Nicole Di'Angelo's four goals and an assist in its rout of the Colonials (0-6, 0-2).

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