No. 1 Cornell wins on late goal

Mount St. Mary's falls to No. 5 Georgetown, 11-5


April 11, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Max Seibald scored with four seconds to play to lift No. 1 Cornell to a 16-15 win over host No. 14 Syracuse last night.

Eric Pittard led the Big Red (9-0) with four goals and three assists. The Orange (3-6) was paced by goalie Peter Coluccini, who kept his team in the game with 22 saves.

No. 5 Georgetown 11, Mount St. Mary's 5 -- The visiting Hoyas (7-2) used a six-goal run starting midway through the third quarter to defeat the Mountaineers (1-7). Joe Derwent, Dave Orban and Eric Seifert each had a goal and an assist for the Mount. Cullen Molinari scored two goals to lead Georgetown, and Andrew Baird, Brendan Cannon and Craig Dowd added a goal and an assist each.

St. Mary's 11, Goucher 4 -- The Gophers (5-5, 4-3 Capital Athletic Conference) had a four-game winning streak come to an end as they lost to the host Seahawks (8-4, 4-2). Pat Oliphant and Cyrus Albertson scored four goals each for St. Mary's. Four players had goals for Goucher.

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