Key's career-high 7 goals lift Hopkins women by Towson, 15-10

April 20, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Johns Hopkins sophomore Mary Key had a career-high seven goals to go along with three assists as the No. 11 Blue Jays beat No. 16 Towson, 15-10, in women's lacrosse yesterday.

Key's 10 points tied a Johns Hopkins Division I record for most points in a game.

Six of Key's seven goals were unassisted. She tied Heidi Pearce's and Danielle Mascuchi's single-game record of 10 points.

Pearce scored eight goals and added two assists against Ohio on March 17, 2002, and Maschuci had seven goals and three assists at St. Joseph's on April 28, 1999.

The host Tigers (11-4, 5-2 Colonial Athletic Association) took advantage of first-quarter Blue Jays turnovers as Shannon Witzel (five goals) and Amy Middleton (two goals) gave the Tigers a 3-0 lead.

Sarah Walsh responded for Hopkins, scoring its first goal and setting off a flurry of offense for the Blue Jays (9-3, 3-1).

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