Key's goal lifts Hopkins over Notre Dame

Blue Jays rally, win, 10-9

UM routs Syracuse, 20-4

Women

College Lacrosse

April 25, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Sophomore Mary Key scored three of her game-high five points in the final 5:15, including the winning goal with three seconds remaining to lead No. 11 Johns Hopkins to a 10-9 win over Notre Dame at Homewood Field yesterday.

Key finished with three goals and two assists, while Lauren Schwarzmann had two goals and an assist.

The Blue Jays (10-4) trailed the Fighting Irish (3-10) by three before scoring four straight goals to end the game.

No. 7 Maryland 20, No. 13 Syracuse 4: The host Terps held the Orange offense to its lowest output of the season.

The Terps (10-5) were paced by Annie Collins, who had a career-high five goals and two assists.

The 20 goals against the Orange (10-4) matched Maryland's season-high total (the Terps also scored 20 against Brown on March 12).

UMBC 16, Binghamton 7: Kelly Fiorani scored a game-high five goals and added two assists, as the Retreivers (4-9, 2-3 America East) defeated the visiting Bearcats (3-11, 0-5).

Mount St. Mary's 11, Monmouth 10: Goalie Naomi Campano Radio (16 saves) blocked Jeannette Stott's shot with two seconds remaining to seal the victory and secure the No. 1 seed for the Mount (11-5, 7-1) in the Northeast Conference tournament.

The visiting Hawks fell to 12-4 and 7-1.

No. 10 Penn State 17, Ohio 8: Shari Maslin paced the Nittany Lions (10-4, 4-1 American Lacrosse Conference) with five goals in their win over the visiting Bobcats (4-9, 1-5).

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