Pellizzi's five goals help Terps stay undefeated with 19-6 win

State women

March 11, 2007|By From staff reports

No. 3 Maryland remained unbeaten with a 19-6 win against Brown yesterday in College Park.

Four Terps scored at least three goals, led by Krista Pellizzi with five goals and an assist and Katie Princiotto with three goals and three assists.

Maryland (5-0) controlled the game from the beginning, allowing just nine shots in each half while taking 54 shots. The Terps' defense shut down the Bears' attack at the end of the game as Brown (1-3) went the last 21:28 without scoring a goal.

Maryland's Lauren Cohen had a career-high four assists and scored a goal. Katie Doolittle and Dana Dobbie both added hat tricks.

Maryland took a 3-0 lead and held that advantage until the Bears scored their first goal with 14 minutes left in the first half.

Doolittle scored the game's first goal on a free position and then Pellizzi posted two of her goals in the opening run.

No. 11 Salisbury 19, Catholic 8 -- The visiting Sea Gulls (6-0, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference) won their sixth game in a row as they defeated the Cardinals (3-2, 1-1). Salisbury received four goals apiece from Ani Khatchatoorian and Jessica Liston and four points from both Sue Ackermann (one goal, three assists) and Stephanie Shores (two goals, two assists). The Sea Gulls jumped to a 3-0 lead before Catholic got on the board. Salisbury led 12-2 at the half and the Cardinals never recovered. The Sea Gulls outshot Catholic 20-7 in the first half.

No. 14 St. Mary's 17, Virginia Wesleyan 7 -- Lauren Carrier scored eight points with six goals and two assists to lead the visiting Seahawks (3-3) over the Marlins (1-4). St. Mary's led 6-3 at halftime but scored 11 goals in the second half to put the game out of reach. Ten Seahawks recorded goals.

Towson 12, New Hampshire 9 -- Led by a career-high six goals from Meggie McNamara, the Tigers (2-1Q) defeated the host Wildcats (1-3). Mandy Corry made 16 saves to hold the Towson lead late and seal the victory in a tightly contest game.

Washington College 14, Trinity (D.C.) 1 -- The host Shorewomen (2-2) scored seven goals in the first 10 minutes of the game to defeat the Tigers (0-1). Thirteen players scored for Washington College. Tara Hart led the Shorewomen with two goals. Washington College outshot Trinity 31-1.

Chestnut Hill 20, Hood 11 -- Brandy Noel scored four goals and Laurie Burrier added two in a losing effort to the visiting Griffins (1-1). Lauren Lieb stopped 12 shots for Hood (0-2).

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