Hofstra tops Hopkins, 11-6

Mount St. Mary's, UMBC also fall

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March 12, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Freshman Tom Dooley scored three times and the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team was held to three goals over the first 58 minutes as 18th-ranked Hofstra upset the No. 8 Blue Jays, 11-6, yesterday at James M. Shuart Stadium in Hempstead, N.Y.

Athan Iannucci finished with two goals and an assist for the Pride (2-1).

Kevin Huntley led Hopkins (2-2) with three goals.

Hofstra scored the first three goals in the game on the way to a 4-1 lead after one period. The Blue Jays got on the board with 3:01 to play in the first as Kevin Huntley scored a man-up goal, off a pass from Drew Dabrowski. It was Huntley's ninth goal of the season.

The Pride increased the lead to 6-1 at halftime with two goals in the second quarter.

No. 3 Duke 9, No. 20 Loyola 7 -- Three consecutive goals from Andrew Spack, Tyler Gale and Dan Bauers pulled the Greyhounds (2-2) to within one in the third quarter, but they could not catch the Blue Devils (5-1) down the stretch. Patrick Kennedy led Loyola with two goals and two assists at the neutral-field match in San Diego.

Lehigh 8, Mount St. Mary's 1 -- The host Mountain Hawks (4-1) - led by Jeff Wiener and Mike Moran with two goals each - scored seven unanswered goals in the second half to beat the Mount (0-3). Benjamin Mundorf tied the game at 1-1 at the 5:21 mark of the second quarter for the Mount's lone goal.

Pennsylvania 12, No. 19 UMBC 11 -- The visiting Retrievers (2-2) could not hold their five-goal halftime lead, enabling the Quakers (4-0) to surge back in the overtime win. UMBC did not trail until Penn's James Riordan scored the game-winner at the 2:45 mark in overtime. The Retrievers' James Hyland recorded a game-high three goals and added an assist in the losing effort.

Salisbury 21, Ohio Wesleyan 6 -- The Sea Gulls (6-0) overwhelmed the Battling Bishops as 11 players scored for host Salisbury. Ryan Rohde and Mike Hurley led the way for the Gulls with four goals apiece and Kylor Berkman added four assists in Salisbury's 55th consecutive win.

Washington College 8, Washington and Lee 6 -- Chris Read quickly began the scoring as he took a feed from Kevin Nolan just 40 seconds into the game. Read with teammates Sam Lane and Andrew Ostrusky each scored two goals for the Shoremen (4-0) as they beat the host Generals (2-2). Kevin Thibadeau stopped 15 shots on goal for the visitors.

Villa Julie 24, Shenandoah 6 -- The Mustangs (2-1,1-0 Pennsylvania Athletic Conference) started the game with nine straight goals as they overmatched the visiting Hornets (0-3, 0-1). Dustin Harlowe and Andy Bishop-Woelfel were Villa Julie's top scorers, each picking up five goals for the Mustangs.

Randolph-Macon 9, Goucher 6 -- The Yellow Jackets (3-0) held the Gophers (1-5) scoreless throughout the entire first half and most of the third quarter. Ross Nochumowitz's two goals and an assist led Goucher on a five-goal run in the fourth quarter, but it came up short.

Women

No. 4 Maryland 21, Brown 5 -- Krista Pellizzi's five goals and three assists single-handedly matched the offensive output of the host Bears (2-1). The Terps (4-3) got scoring from eight players, seven of which had multiple goals. Allie Buote made seven stops in goal for the win.

Goucher 16, McDaniel 12 -- Kate Knitter scored a career-high five goals for the Gophers (2-1) as they beat the Green Terror (0-2). Katie Demming also scored a hat trick and three assists as five Goucher scorers had two or more goals.

St. Mary's 18, Miscordia 0 -- The Seahawks (5-0) earned their first shutout win since March 29, 2001, as they trounced the Cougars (0-2). Lauren Carrier, Katy Perry, and Danielle Miller combined for nine goals and four assists for St. Mary's.

Salisbury 18, Rowan 6 -- Amanda Tack led the Sea Gulls (4-0) over the Profs (0-2) with three goals and six assists. Ali Goetz recorded the win, making 14 stops.

Old Dominion 11, UMBC 7 -- The Monarchs (2-0) scored four unanswered goals in the final eight minutes of the game to beat the Retrievers (3-3). ODU's Caroline Jacobs had a game-high five points, and Kelly Fiorani scored three goals and added an assist for UMBC.

College of Notre Dame 17, North Carolina Wesleyan 5 -- Sarah Breidenbrough led all scorers with six goals, and Tina Money chipped in with five in the Gators' (3-0) win over the Lady Bishops (1-6).

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