Drexel upsets No. 4 Irish, 76

No. 1 Virginia routs VMI, 20-6, behind Stanwick's 6 points

No. 2 Terp women down George Mason, 16-4

March 10, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Freshman Robert Church took a pass in front of the net from Scott Perri with just 22 seconds left in overtime and scored the game-winner as host Drexel upset No. 4 Notre Dame, 7-6, Tuesday in Philadelphia.

The Dragons (4-1) won their fourth straight and ended a 20-game regular-season winning streak for the Fighting Irish (3-1).

The game was tight throughout with neither team leading by more than a goal.

Notre Dame moved ahead 6-5 with 4:37 to play when Max Pfeifer scored his fourth goal of the game, but Drexel tied the score at 6-6 with 2:09 left to force overtime.

No. 1 Virginia 20, VMI 6: Steele Stanwick (Loyola) had a goal and five assists to power the host Cavaliers (2-4) past the Keydets (2-4).

Virginia led 9-2 after one quarter.

No. 5 Princeton 13, Manhattan 8: Mike Chanenchuk scored five goals to power the visiting Tigers (3-0) past the Jaspers (1-3).

Nine players scored for Princeton, who held Manhattan scoreless for 26 minutes and built an 8-2 first-half lead.

Justin Jensen led Manhattan with a hat trick.

Goucher 10, Gordon 8: The host Gophers (2-2) let a five-goal lead evaporate but managed to hold on for the win over the Fighting Scots (1-2).

Women
No. 17 Loyola 15, Delaware 9: Grace Gavin had four goals and Abby Rehfuss had three as the host Greyhounds (3-3) won their last game at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field.

Loyola finished with a 173-77-2 all-time record at the facility, which is being replaced by the new Ridley Stadium Athletic Complex.

No. 2 Maryland 16, George Mason 4: Caitlyn McFadden had three goals and four assists as the visiting Terrapins (5-0) took a 10-0 lead and never looked back.

The loss ended a two-game winning streak by the Patriots (2-3). Maryland outshot George Mason, 39-16, and won 17-of-22 draws.

McDaniel 8, Stevenson 7: Erinn Hopkins converted a free-position goal with 52.6 seconds remaining to break a 7-all tie and lift the host Green Terror (4-0) over the Mustangs (5-1).

Brittany Baer (Westminster) and Brittany Lines (Chesapeake-Anne Arundel) scored twice for McDaniel. Leanne Hollinger (Winters Mill) made two saves in the final 45 seconds to preserve the win.

Washington College 19, Methodist 4: Sam Ohrem had two goals and an assist and the visiting Shorewomen (1-1) built a 10-3 halftime lead over the Monarchs (0-5).

Honors: Towson senior midfielder Hillary Fratzke and freshman midfielder Ashley Waldron were named Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week, respectively, by the Colonial Athletic Association.

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