Hopkins women top Mason as Key sets 2 scoring records

No. 3 Georgetown women upset

Mount men defeat Saint Joseph's

State

April 27, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Mary Key broke two records in leading the Johns Hopkins women's lacrosse team to a 14-6 win over visiting George Mason last night.

Key (St. Mary's) scored off a feed from Kadie Stamper (C. Milton Wright) and extended Key's point streak to 47 consecutive games. It is the longest streak in the Blue Jays' Division I history, breaking Jamie's Larrimore's record of 46 set from March 6, 1999, to May 1, 2001.

Key broke her second record of the game with 13:47 to play in the game when she scored her seventh goal of the game and her 11th point. Her 11 points broke Johns Hopkins' Division I record for points in a game. It also set a career high for her.

Meagan Voight (Liberty) finished with three goals and Sarah Walsh and Annie Wagner had two apiece for the Blue Jays (11-2).

Senior goalkeeper Lauren Riddick finished with five saves in the win over the Patriots (7-9). It was the 32nd win of her career, tying her with Jen McDonald.

Melissa Venturi and Laura King both scored twice for George Mason.

No. 15 James Madison 7, No. 3 Georgetown 6 -- Freshman Kim Griffins (North Harford) scored with 13 seconds remaining in overtime to give the host Dukes (12-4) an upset of the Hoyas (11-3). Lynlea Cronin scored James Madison's first five goals. Coco Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) led Georgetown with three goals and an assist. The Dukes had a decisive advantage in ground balls, picking up 27 to Georgetown's seven.

Men

Mount St. Mary's 7, Saint Joseph's 5 -- Matt Warner had three goals and two assists to lead the visiting Mount (6-7, 6-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) past the Hawks (6-9, 5-3). Warner moved into second all time in goals with 135. He needs three more to break Steve Ricker's record.

Goucher 13, Villa Julie 11 -- Sam Fitzpatrick scored the two consecutive goals to lead the host Gophers (6-10) to a come-from-behind win over the Mustangs (7-6). Jerod Richardson broke Goucher's single-season record for most faceoffs won by controlling 15 of the 24 he attempted, giving him 190 for the season.

St. Mary's 14, Randolph-Macon 3 -- Dave Mueller and Pat Donovan each had three goals and four assists, leading the visiting Seahawks (13-4) over the Yellow Jackets (5-8).

McDaniel 20, Franklin & Marshall 6 -- The host Green Terror (6-7, 3-4 Centennial Conference) scored 17 of the game's first 19 goals as it routed the Diplomats (5-8, 1-6).

Washington College 8, Swarthmore 3 -- Goalie Kevin Thibadeau made 14 saves to lead the visiting Shoremen (12-2, 6-2 Centennial Conference) past the Garnet (4-9, 1-6).

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