Duke upsets Northwestern

Nation women

April 08, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Led by Katie Chrest, the fourth-ranked Duke women's lacrosse team upset top-ranked Northwestern, 16-10, last night in Durham, N.C., ending the Wildcats' 31-game winning streak.

Northwestern's run dated to May 2004, when the Wildcats lost to Virginia in the quarterfinal round of the NCAA tournament.

Chrest had four goals and an assist, and Carolyn Davis and Kristen Waagbo each had three goals for the Blue Devils (10-1).

Duke took an 11-4 halftime lead and the Wildcats (10-1) could never get back in the match, despite a team-high five goals from Kristen Kjellman.

No. 7 North Carolina 13, Vanderbilt 9 -- Brooke Dieringer scored four goals for the Tar Heels (9-3) as they defeated the Commodores (4-7).

No. 9 Richmond 13, Temple 2 -- Jenna Hubbard and Caroline McGuire each had three goals to lead the host Spiders (10-2) past the Owls (4-6).

Towson 14, Drexel 9 -- Hillary Fratzke tied a career high with 11 draw controls to break the single-season mark of 61 set by Becky Trumbo (Liberty) last season. In her first season with the Tigers (6-5, 3-1 Colonial Athletic Association), Fratzke has 68 draw controls. Fratzke also had two goals in the win over the Dragons (8-3, 0-3).

Sacred Heart 8, Mount St. Mary's 7 -- Candice Celebre (11 saves) stopped Katie Falatach's shot with 0.7 of a second remaining as the Pioneers (3-8, 3-0 Northeast Conference) held on to beat the visiting Mount (4-8, 2-2).

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