Dunn helps Towson rally past No. 12 Stanford, 10-9

March 29, 2010|By Sports Digest

Junior attacker Jess Dunn (Fallston) scored a game-high four goals, including the game-winner with 7:35 left in regulation, as No. 9 Towson (6-1) recovered from a four-goal second-half deficit to earn a 10-9 victory over visiting No. 12 Stanford (5-4). Sophomore Tigers goalie Mary Teeters (Centennial) tied a career high with 14 saves, including eight in the second half.

More state games: Junior defender Lucy Pompa (Bryn Mawr) scored a career-high five goals to lead host Mount St. Mary's (4-5, 2-1 Northeast Conference) to a 16-7 win over Robert Morris (4-6, 2-2). Mount senior defender Jackie Kearney (Seton Keough) caused five turnovers and had six ground balls and two draw controls. ... Host Frostburg State rallied from three five-goal deficits, including two in the second half, and junior Megan Dent-Carman scored with 17 seconds left in double overtime to lift the Bobcats (5-4) to a 19-18 triumph over Greensboro (8-3). ... Salisbury (11-0, 3-0), ranked No. 1 in Division III, scored the first six goals en route to a 20-8 Capital Athletic Conference win over St. Mary's (2-7, 0-2). Junior attacker Logan Bilderback (Broadneck) scored a career-high five goals, and senior midfielder Beth Rhodey (Notre Dame Prep) had four. ... CCBC-Catonsville (8-0) earned a 13-12 victory over defending National Junior College Athletic Association champion Onondaga CC (1-1) from Syracuse, N.Y. Sophomores Emily Reese (Mount de Sales) and Kara Cashen (Franklin) each scored five goals in the victory, and freshman Brittany Frankenfeld (Dulaney) made 13 saves.

National games: Lizzy Drumm scored with 2:04 left in the fourth overtime to lift visiting Princeton (4-4) to a 15-14 victory over No. 14 Georgetown (3-5). ... Senior midfielder Kayla Best scored three times, including the go-ahead goal in the second half, as Albany (6-1) earned its sixth straight victory, 11-10, over Denver (7-4) in a neutral-site matchup at Garrison Forest. ... No. 7 Syracuse (5-3, 1-0) used 13 first-half goals to win its Big East opener, 17-10, over visiting Rutgers (6-3, 0-2). Orange senior Christina Dove (Bel Air) had four goals and four assists. ... No. 4 Pennsylvania (8-1, 3-0 Ivy League) scored the final nine goals for a 15-6 victory over host Cornell (2-6, 1-2). ... No. 10 Vanderbilt (3-7) scored the first six goals and rolled to a 15-7 win over host Delaware (3-6).

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