Team effort for Terps women in 14-4 victory

Nine Maryland players score goals against Massachusetts

May 01, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Sarah Mollison had two goals and two assists to lead nine Terps who scored as top-ranked Maryland women's lacrosse team beat visiting A-10 champion Massachusetts, 14-4, Saturday.

Alex Aust, Kate Faas, Karri Ellen Johnson (Broadneck) and Laura Merrifield each scored twice for the Terps (17-1), who started the game with a 7-0 run.

The Minutewomen (10-9) scored their first goal with 8:52 left in the first half.

UMBC 19, Binghamton 9: Lindsay Cox and Ashley Stodter each scored four goals and the visiting Retrievers (10-6, 3-3 America East) scored 14-second-half goals to beat the Bearcats (2-13, 1-5).

Goucher 12, Moravian 9: Becky Smith and Cindy Villarreal each had a hat trick for the host Gophers (7-9, 2-3 Landmark).

St. Mary's 20, Christopher Newport 18: Lauriann Parker had a game-high nine goals to power the visting Seahawks (9-8) past the Captains (12-5).

No. 12 Georgetown 10, No. 9 Syracuse 9: Bunny O'Reilly scored the eventual game-winner on a free-position shot with 16:11 left, and the visiting Hoyas (11-5, 8-0) held on to win.


Hartford 14, UMBC 12: Matt Latham had a game-high four goals in a losing effort for the host Retrievers (4-8, 3-2 America East), whose three-game winning streak ended.

Stevenson 13, Denison 9: Richie Ford (Towson) had three goals and three assists as the host and top-ranked in Division III Mustangs (17-1) beat the Big Red (10-3).

Goucher 11, Drew 10: Kyle Boncaro scored five goals to power the visting Gophers (12-3, 6-0 Landmark) over the Rangers (8-6, 4-2).

St. Mary's 15, Christopher Newport 5: The host Seahawks (10-6) jumped out to a 4-0 lead after one and never looked back.

No. 1 Virginia 18, Robert Morris 9: Chris Bocklet had six goals and three assists and the host Cavaliers (14-1) beat the top-ranked offense of the Colonials (9-5).

No. 12 Brown 10, Dartmouth 9: Thomas Muldoon completed his hat trick by scoring the overtime game-winner to lift the host Bears (8-5, 4-2 Ivy League) over the Big Green (5-8, 2-4).

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