No. 2 Maryland survives at James Madison, 8-7

March 28, 2010|By Sports Digest

Freshman Katie Schwarzmann scored the game-winner with 5:56 remaining to lift No. 2 Maryland (10-0) to an 8-7 win over host James Madison (7-2) on Saturday. The Terps and Dukes traded goals in the first half with Maryland taking a 5-4 advantage at the break. Schwarzmann's third goal came on an assist from Brandi Jones, who joined the freshman with a team-high three points. Sarah Mollison, Caitlyn McFadden, Karri Ellen Johnson and Kristy Black each had a goal.


More state games: Paige Ibello (Maryvale Prep) scored a career-high-tying five goals to power host Johns Hopkins (6-4) to a 20-12 win over Oregon (4-6). Ten Blue Jays scored, and the Ducks lost their third straight, despite a four-goal effort from Jana Drummond. ... Amanda Pappas (Chesapeake-Anne Arundel) scored the game-winner with four seconds left in overtime to lift the UMBC (7-3, 1-0 America East) to a 10-9 victory over host Stony Brook (2-8, 0-1). The Retrievers have won five straight, their longest winning streak since 2003. ... Sisters Allison and Lauren Terry each totaled six goals and host College of Notre Dame (2-4, 1-1 Colonial States Athletic Conference) won, 16-5, over the Falcons (3-3, 0-2). The Gators jumped to a 4-0 lead in the first eight minutes with Allison Terry scoring twice during the run. ... Mollie Shipley had a hat trick in a losing effort as visiting Washington College (4-3, 1-2 Centennial Conference) fell, 20-10, to Dickinson (5-1, 2-0). Lucy West led the Red Devils (5-1, 2-0) with four goals and Kelsey Muri had three. Dickinson outscored the Shoremen 14-5 in the first half.

National games: Corey Donohoe (North Harford) scored four goals and Jenn Russell had three to pace No. 5 North Carolina (8-1, 1-1 ACC) to a 15-6 win over host Boston College (7-2, 1-2). The Tar Heels outscored the Eagles 11-2 in the second half. ... Brittany Kalkstein (Roland Park) had two goals and visting No. 6 Virginia upset No. 3 Duke, 8-7. The Cavaliers (7-3) built a two-goal halftime lead that the Blue Devils (9-2) couldn't overcome.

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