No. 18 Hopkins falls to No. 6 Princeton

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Jays drop second straight

Navy edged by Longwood

March 01, 2009|By From Sun staff reports

Sixth-ranked Princeton scored four unanswered goals in the final 11 minutes to break a tie and defeat No. 18 Johns Hopkins, 13-9, yesterday at Class of '52 Stadium.

The Blue Jays dropped their second straight and slipped to 1-2 this season; the game was the Tigers' opener. Sophomore Brianna Cronin scored a career-high four goals for Hopkins.

Coming out of the half trailing 7-4, Cronin scored back-to-back goals to pull the Blue Jays within one. She opened the scoring on a free-position goal, beating Kaitlyn Perelle between the legs. Just 48 seconds later, she dodged the right side and scored off a hard shot to the far post. Lizzy Drumm answered for the Tigers with 24:20 to play to push the lead back to two, scoring on a bounce shot. Forty-nine seconds later, Kristin Schwab dodged through traffic and scored on a high shot to make it 9-6.

Freshman Alyssa Kildare scored her second goal of the season on a free-position shot with 21:37 remaining to ignite a 3-0 Blue Jays run. Cronin then found the cage again for her fourth of the day. The Tigers then pulled Perelle in favor of Erin Tochihara, who had started the game and played the first half. Sophomore Brooke Foussadier scored off a restart off a failed Princeton clear to tie the score at 9. That would be all the scoring for the Blue Jays as the Tigers got two goals from Kristin Morrison and goals from Anne Murray and Schwab to end the game.

LONGWOOD 14, NAVY 13:: The Midshipmen (2-1) put together a late-game rally but ultimately fell short in their first road game of the spring, dropping a close game to the host Lancers (1-1).

SALISBURY 21, YORK 1:: The Sea Gulls (4-0, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference), ranked No. 3 in Division III, had 10 players record at least two points in their win over the visiting Spartans (0-3, 0-2). Junior Kim Cudmore had a game-high five points on one goal and a team-best four assists. Three Sea Gulls posted four-point games: senior midfielder Jessica Chmielewski (two goals, two assists), junior attacker Beth Rhodey (two goals, two assists) and freshman midfielder Sarah Clemmens (three goals, one assist). The Sea Gulls have won 51 straight conference games since 2003 and 43 consecutive home regular-season games since 2003.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE 15, FROSTBURG STATE 3:: Suzie Jakub scored four goals and Sarah Cannon had five assists as the host Shorewomen (1-0) defeated the Bobcats (1-1). After Washington scored the game's first two goals, sophomore Megan Dent-Carman put Frostburg on the board with a free-position goal for her second score of the season at 27:53. However, Washington scored five straight goals to end the first half, adding the first three in the second period for a 10-1 lead with 25 minutes left in the game.

MCDANIEL 16, GOUCHER 6:: Brittany Baer (Westminster) had five goals and two assists, and Lindsey McDonald added three goals and five assists to lead the Green Terror over the visiting Gophers in the season opener for both teams.

ST. MARY'S 10, DICKINSON 5:: Senior midfielders Lauren Carrier (Old Mill) and Allie Zerhusen (Park) recorded hat tricks as the host Seahawks (2-1) defeated the Red Devils (0-1).

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