Salisbury falls to College of N.J., 6-5

Ncaa Women

May 15, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Amanda Tack had one goal and three assists, but the Salisbury women's lacrosse team lost to the visiting College of New Jersey, 6-5, in the NCAA Division III regional championship yesterday.

The Lions (13-2) are 3-0 against the Sea Gulls (17-2) since a 9-7 loss in last year's championship game.

Northwestern 17, Stanford 9 -- Kristen Kjellman and Sarah Albrecht each scored four goals and Meredith Frank had three to power the host Wildcats (17-1) past the Cardinal (12-6) in the opening round of the Division I tournament.

Princeton 8, Virginia 7 -- Trailing 7-2, the Cavaliers (15-4) rallied with five goals in less than 12 minutes but the Tigers' Katie Lewis-Lamonica scored her fourth goal as Princeton (12-5) upset Virginia (15-4).

Duke 18, Holy Cross 2 -- Kristen Waagbo (Mount Hebron, four goals, two assists) set the school single-season assist record (31) and Katie Chrest had seven points (three goals, four assists) as the host Blue Devils (17-2) won easily.

Georgetown 18, Monmouth 2 -- Coco Stanwick had seven points (five goals, two assists) to power the visiting Hoyas (14-3) past the Hawks (13-7).

Notre Dame 16, Cornell 8 -- Carol Dixon made 12 saves and Crysti Foote and Jillian Byers each had four goals to pace the Fighting Irish (14-3) past the Big Red (12-4). Notre Dame will host Georgetown at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Dartmouth 9, Boston U. 4 -- Annie Leibovitz had a hat trick as the host Big Green (12-5) beat the Terriers (15-5). -

James Madison 9, Richmond 8 -- The host Dukes (15-4) took a four-goal second-half lead and withstood a comeback by the Spiders (16-4) in the first round of the tournament.

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