Hopkins women's soccer team loses in D-III Elite Eight

River Hill's Suter scores Blue Jays' goal in 2-1 setback

November 22, 2010|By Sports Digest

Colleges

Hopkins women's soccer team loses in D-III Elite Eight

Johns Hopkins lost, 2-1, to Messiah in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division III women's soccer tournament Sunday in Grantham, Pa. The Falcons, who also eliminated the Blue Jays last year, scored twice Sunday night in the game's opening 11:37. Hopkins scored its goal in the 23rd minute, when Erica Suter (River Hill) played a cross from the left side into the center of the box, where a swarm of players were positioned and Paulina Goodman converted for the 10th time of the year. Hopkins finished its season 19-4-1, tying the 2009 school record for victories.

Men's water polo: No. 13-ranked St. Francis (N.Y.) outscored Navy 4-1 in the fourth quarter to hand the 18th-ranked Midshipmen (25-7) an 8-4 setback in the CWPA Eastern Tournament finals in Lewisburg, Pa., ending the team's hopes for a 10th Eastern title and 15th NCAA tournament appearance. The Mids were competing in their sixth straight Eastern Tournament title game.

—From Sun staff and news services

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