Maryland tops UMBC, 9-4

Walters, X. Ritz combine for 6 goals in victory

Navy upended by Colgate

Loyola edges St. John's

orioles/baseball

College lacrosse

March 18, 2006|By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF

COLLEGE PARK // The No. 1 Maryland men's lacrosse team rebounded from its first loss of the season to beat UMBC 9-4 today at Byrd Stadium.

Seniors Bill McGlone, Xander Ritz and Joe Walters combined for eight of Maryland's nine goals. Walters scored all three of his goals in the fourth quarter, where Maryland outscored UMBC 4-0.

James Hyland scored twice for UMBC (2-3) while Drew Westervelt added a goal and an assist.

Harry Alford made eight saves for the Terps (3-1), which host Dartmouth on Tuesday.

Loyola 6, St. John's 5

JAMAICA, N.Y. - Senior Goalie Michael Fretwell made 16 saves as Loyola edged St. John's, 6-5.

Juniors Andrew Spack and Ryan Rabidou each scored two goals to give Loyola (3-2 overall) a 2-0 start in ECAC play this season.

Loyola junior Patrick Kennedy scored the winning goal with 6:46 left.

Colgate 6, Navy 3

HAMILTON, N.Y. - Unranked Colgate outscored fourth-ranked Navy 4-0 in the fourth quarter to hand the Mids their first loss of the season, a 6-3 decision by the Raiders on a brisk day at Tyler's Field.

For Navy (5-1 overall, 2-1 Patriot League), it is just its second loss in conference action since joining the Patriot League three years ago.

Four different players scored the Raiders' four goals in the final quarter, including senior attack Brian Robinson whose two-yard shot at 4:49 broke the 3-3 tie and sparked three goals in the final five minutes by Colgate.

Originally published March 18, 2006, 6:06 PM EST

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