Mount St. Mary's men win 4th straight in lacrosse, 9-8

April 01, 2010|By Sports Digest

Host Mount St. Mary's (4-2) - led by Brett Schmidt and Jake Willertz (Mount St. Joseph) with two goals each - had a four-goal lead with under three minutes left and withstood a late rally by Sacred Heart (3-6) to win, 9-8. The Mount has a four-game winning streak, its longest since five in a row in 2006. ... Sam Bradman, Matt Cannone and Mike Winter each had three goals to power visting Salisbury (11-0, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) to a 15-7 win over Mary Washington (4-6, 0-2). ... Michael Mules had five goals to lead host St. Mary's (5-3, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) to a 20-9 win over Wesley (1-7, 0-2). ... Trip Latta had four goals and Stevenson (10-0, 2-0) limited Hood (6-5, 0-2 CAC) to one goal in the first half in a 20-4 win.

STATE WOMEN: Allie Wheatley had five goals as the host Sea Gulls (12-0, 4-0 CAC) rolled to a 20-1 win over Wesley (5-4, 1-3). ... Host Washington College (5-3) earned a 14-9 victory over Goucher (4-6), which got five goals from Colleen Cole.... Blake Hargest had three goals and three assists to lead visiting Franklin & Marshall (6-1, 2-0 Centennial Conference) to a 12-5 win over McDaniel (6-3, 0-2). Brittany Lines (Chesapeake-AA) led the Green Terror with three goals. ... Katie Duffey had four goals to power host Johns Hopkins (7-4) to a 12-1 win over Drexel (8-2). ... Ali Zinnel netted the game-winner with 23 seconds left in double overtime as Frostburg State (6-4) won, 16-15, over host Shenandoah (6-5).

Football: Shepherd announced that Howard running back A.J. Bonavitacola and Marriotts Ridge wide receiver Armani Dixon have signed letters of intent.

Men's basketball: Mount St. Mary's junior guard Jean Cajou was named to the College- Mid-Major Defensive All-America team. He finished the season with 27 steals and a career-high nine blocks.

Baseball: No. 1 Virginia (22-4) used a seven-run second inning and six-run fifth-inning to roll to a 17-4 rout of visiting Towson (5-20). ... Mount St. Mary's senior Kent Worthington, who threw Mount's first no-hitter since 1989 in an 18-0 win over Quinnipiac on Sunday, was named Northeast Region Pitcher of the Week by College Baseball Insider.

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