Towson women fall to Syracuse despite Dunn's six goals

March 18, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Towson's Jess Dunn had a game-high six goals, but the host No. 7 Syracuse women's lacrosse team scored the game's first six goals and went on to defeat the No. 10 Tigers, 18-10, Wednesday.

The Orange (4-1) was led by Christina Dove (Bel Air), who also scored six goals. Towson fell to 4-1.

Dunn scored back-to-back goals to cut the Syracuse lead to 6-2 with 15:38 left in the first half, but the Orange scored five straight goals before halftime to take an 11-2 lead.

UMBC 19, American 2: The Retrievers (5-3) completed a 3-0 homestand by beating the Eagles (2-6).

Amanda Pappas had four goals and Emily Coady had two goals and assists for UMBC, whose stingy defense allowed one goal in the first half and forced 25 turnovers. UMBC led 11-1 at halftime.

Johns Hopkins 21, George Washington 11: Candace Rossi had a hat trick, and the visiting Blue Jays (5-3) outscored the Colonials (2-6), 13-5, in the second half.


Salisbury 15, Wooster 9: Matt Cannonbe and Jake DeLillo each had a hat trick for the host Sea Gulls (7-0). The Fighting Scots fell to 2-3.

Stevenson 16, Stevens 11: Kyle Moffitt had four goals and Steve Kazimer had three goals and three assists to power the host Mustangs (6-0) past the Ducks (4-2).

Denison 10, St. Mary's 7: The Big Red (3-0) outscored the Seahawks (3-2) 8-1 in the second and third quarters at the Severn School in Annapolis.

Hood 9, Randolph 3: Senior Sofiane Lazar scored the 45th goal of his career to become the all-time scoring leader for the visiting Blazers (5-3).

Lazar eclipsed former teammate Jason Anderson ('08), who totaled 44 goals from 2005 to 2008.

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