Key, Hopkins women top Penn, 12-9

State

March 30, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Junior attack Mary Key (St Mary's) scored five goals and added three assists as third-ranked Johns Hopkins posted a 12-9 women's lacrosse victory over Penn yesterday in Philadelphia.

Hopkins remained unbeaten at 7-0. Penn is 5-4. The Blue Jays are 7-0 to start the season for just the second time since moving to Division I in 1999.

The Blue Jays are 25-1 when Key scores three or more goals.

Loyola 14, George Mason 10 -- Alicyn Brunnett scored 55 seconds into the game to start an 11-goal first half for the visiting Greyhounds (4-5). Alex Piraino's 11 saves against the Patriots (4-3) helped Loyola end a three-game losing streak.

College of Notre Dame 13, Bryn Mawr 7 -- Anne Shippen (Glenelg CS) scored five goals as the Gators (5-2) beat the Owls (5-5). College of Notre Dame outshot Bryn Mawr in the first half 21-8 and led 10-2 at the break. The Gators scored six of the game's first seven goals.

Frostburg State 15, Shenandoah 9 -- Carly Rihard (North Carroll) scored a career-high five goals to carry the visiting Bobcats (3-4) past the Hornets (4-7). Shenandoah took their only lead, 1-0, at the 25:23 mark before Frostburg went on a 3-0 run.

Men

St. Mary's 11, Mary Washington 4 -- Cyrus Albertson scored three goals and added an assist to power the host Seahawks (6-3, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Eagles (2-5, 1-3). The Seahawks held the Eagles scoreless in the final 30 minutes.

Villa Julie 15, Eastern 6 -- Matt Miller had six goals and an assist to lead the host Mustangs (3-5) past the Eagles (0-7). Villa Julie led 7-3 lead at halftime.

Wesley 11, Goucher 8 -- Kenny Glaveskas broke a 3-3 tie 13 seconds into the second half, and the host Wolverines (6-3) never trailed again. Binz Hansen and Ross Nochumowitz led the Gophers (3-8) with two goals each.

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