Hopkins tops UMBC women with balanced scoring, 16-6

Va. routs Old Dominion

Salisbury men prevail


College Lacrosse

April 07, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mary Key scored five goals on seven shots and had three assists to lead the 12th-ranked Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team over visiting UMBC, 16-6, yesterday at Homewood Field.

The Retrievers (2-5) took their only lead in the first two minutes on Kate Worthington's unassisted goal.

The Blue Jays (7-2) had ten different scorers.

No. 2 Virginia 20, Old Dominion 1: Kate Breslin led all scorers with four goals as the visiting Cavaliers cruised past the Lady Monarchs (3-6).

Amy Appelt scored two goals and added three assists, and Megan Havrilla had a hat trick for Virginia (8-2).

No 6, Penn State 16, No. 14 Pennsylvania 9: Kristen Burke scored five goals and Lori Havrilla and Lindsay Dutch scored three as the Nittany Lions (8-3) beat the visiting Quakers (5-4).

Salisbury 17, Mary Washington 4: Linda Ackermann scored five goals and had an assist, and Lynsey Bateman added two goals and an assist to lead the Seahawks (9-0, 4-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the visiting Eagles.

Jackie Rose led Mary Washington (6-5, 2-2) with two goals and an assist.

Haverford 13, Washington College 10: Margaret Sampson led the Fords (6-4, 2-2 Centennial Conference) with four goals and two assists, while Mary Van Ogtrop added three goals as Haverford held off a second-half Shorewomen (3-8, 1-4) comeback.

Franklin & Marshall 11, McDaniel 7: Connie Wuenschel and Lindsay Ricks each scored two goals in a losing effort for the visiting Green Terror (5-3, 1-3 CC).

Alexis O'Meara scored three goals for the Diplomats (4-2, 3-0).


Salisbury 20, Mary Washington 2: Eric Bishop scored five goals and had two assists as the Seahawks (11-0, 6-0 CAC) beat the visiting Eagles (7-4, 3-2).

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