William and Mary upsets No. 9 BU

College lacrosse

Women

March 06, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Colleen Dalon finished with three goals and an assist, and Debby Petracca had eight saves, including five in the second half, to lift host William & Mary to a 12-10 upset of ninth-ranked Boston University yesterday in women's lacrosse.

Sarah Dalton had four goals for the Terriers (1-1). Ashley Bolton played solid defense for the Tribe (2-0), finishing with two caused turnovers and two ground balls.

No. 10 Penn State 19, Colgate 3 -- Lori Havrilla and Shari Maslin each had four goals as the host Nittany Lions (2-0) beat the Raiders (2-2).

No. 12 Georgetown 16, Oregon 6 -- Coco Stanwick led the visiting Hoyas (3-0) with four goals and seven draw controls as they routed the Ducks (2-2).

Stanford 15, No. 13 Vanderbilt 9 -- Sarah Bach had a career-high six goals to help the Cardinal (3-2) upset the visiting Commodores (1-3).

No. 18 Notre Dame 17, No. 16 Cornell 15 -- Crysti Foote had five goals and three assists as the host Irish (4-0) beat the Big Red (1-1).

Virginia Wesleyan 10, Frostburg State 4 -- Despite two goals from Stefanie Ritz, the visiting Bobcats (0-1) fell to the Marlins (2-1).

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