Salisbury routs Widener, 16-8

May 13, 2007|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Salisbury took down visiting Widener, 16-8, yesterday in the second round of the Division III tournament.

Greg Titus had six goals and an assist to lead the Sea Gulls with seven points. Eric Bishop added three goals and two assists. Matt Dasinger and Matt Hickman scored two goals each. Brett Yoder had three assists.

The Sea Gulls (20-0) tied the school record for wins in a season for the fourth year in a row and extended their home winning streak to an NCAA-record 58 games.

Salisbury will host Roanoke on Wednesday in the quarterfinals. The Sea Gulls routed the Maroons, 28-4, earlier in the season.

Nassau CC 12, Howard CC 10 -- The Lions took control by winning five of six faceoffs and Matt Cowley scored two goals as they built an 11-9 lead in the third quarter, then defeated the visiting Dragons in the junior college final four.

Women

Salisbury 10, Washington and Lee 7 -- The Sea Gulls (19-1) advanced to the Division III quarterfinals as they defeated the visiting Generals (15-4). Natalie Degele led Salisbury with three goals.

Results

Summaries

State men

Salisbury 16, Widener 8

Widener 0 3 2 3 - 8

Salisbury 4 6 4 2 - 16

Goals: W-Matthews 2, Stromko 2, Goane 2, Weber, Malampy; S-Titus 6, Bishop 3, Hickman 2, Dasinger 2, Gonzalez, Berkman, Von Kamecke. Assists: W-Weber 2, Matthews, Quedenfeld. S-Yoder 3, Bishop 2, Burto 2, Baggan, Dasinger, Gonzalez, Hickman, Titus. Saves: W-Johnson 17; S-Zarchin 8.

Nassau CC 12, Howard CC 10

Goals: H-Poillon 5, Coeyman 2, Achcroft, Skovron, Allen; N-Cowley 5, Bonanno 3, Oswald 3, Petit. Assists: H-Stevens 2, Poillon; N-Bonanno 3 , Cowley. Saves: N/A.

State women

Salisbury 10, Washington and Lee 7

Washington and Lee 5 2 - 7

Salisbury 5 5 - 10

Goals: WL-Slosson 2, Robinson, Lovejoy, Evans, Megear, Evans. S-Degele 3, Ackermann 2, Shores 2, Chmielewski, Khatchatoorian, Morrell. Assists: WL-Lovejoy, Robinson, Slosson; S-Degele 3, Ackermann 2, Shores 2, Chmielewski, Khatchatoorian, Morrell. Saves: WL-Tilbor 13, Hillyard 0; S-Stuart 7.

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