Stevenson cruises past Cabrini into quarterfinals

Hebert stands out for Mustangs

Salisbury routs Springfield

May 16, 2010|By From Sun staff reports

Geoff Hebert (Dulaney) totaled a career-high 22 saves while six different starters scored at least three points to power top-seeded Stevenson past Cabrini, 19-9, in the second round of the men's NCAA Division III tournament.

The Mustangs (18-1) outscored the Cavaliers (15-4), 17-7, over the final three quarters.

The win marks the eighth straight for Stevenson this season and its third in four NCAA tournament games after the team went 2-1 a year ago in advancing to the national semifinals.

The Mustangs host Roanoke on Wednesday in the quarterfinals.

Salisbury 17, Springfield 3: Mike Winter scored a game-high six goals and the host Sea Gulls (19-1) beat the Pride (13-6) in the second round of the NCAA Division III tournament.

Salisbury scored the game's first three goals, while Johnny Rodriguez allowed two goals in the first half.

Four of Salisbury's nine first-half goals came from Winter, who opened up scoring for the Gulls in the first quarter and closed out the half with a goal to give Salisbury the lopsided advantage going into the third quarter.

Stony Brook 9, Denver 7: Kevin Crowley scored his second of three goals with 9:29 left to put the host Seawolves (13-3) on top for good in an NCAA Division I tournament game.

Tom Compitello finished with three goals as well for Stony Brook, who will host Virginia (15-1) next Sunday at noon or 2:30 p.m. The Pioneers finished 12-5.

Roanoke 11, Gettysburg 10: Jeff Keating became the 42nd Maroon to cross the 100-point plateau, with his last point perhaps his most important. Keating scored the game-winning goal in overtime to send Roanoke (18-2) past the host Bullets (15-3) in the second round of the NCAA Division III men's lacrosse tournament.


Northwestern 19, Notre Dame 7: The host Wildcats (18-1) used a 6-0 run midway through the first to take control over the Fighting Irish (11-7) in an NCAA Division I tournament opener.

James Madison 9, Stanford 8: The host Dukes (17-2) limited the Cardinals (15-6) to one goal in the second half and senior goalie Morgan Kelly (St. Mary's) made 10 saves in the opening round of the NCAA Division I tournament.

Freshman Casey Ancarrow (John Carroll) scored three goals, including the game-winner with 11:35 left, to lead the JMU offense. She tallied three of the Dukes' final six goals of the match.

Penn 14, Boston University 9: Ali Deluca had five goals and Emily Szelest made a career-high 18 saves as the host Quakers (15-3) rolled past the Terriers (11-9) in NCAA Division I game.

The Quakers travel to Maryland (19-1), a 20-5 winner over Marist, in the quarterfinals Saturday or Sunday.

Syracuse 15, Georgetown 8: Freshman Tegan Brown recorded a career-high seven points to lead the visting Orange (14-6) past the Hoyas (13-6) in the NCAA Division I tournament.

Salisbury 18, Catholic 9: Kim Cudmore (Bel Air) and Allie Wheatley each scored four goals to power the host Sea Gulls (19-1) past the Cardinals (13-8) in an NCAA Division III tournament game.

Trish DiGirolomo (Archbishop Spalding) scored the opening goal and Cudmore started a 7-0 run to close out the first half for a 15-4 halftime advantage.

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