Johns Hopkins routs George Mason, 19-9

February 20, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

Taylor D'Amore scored five goals and host Johns Hopkins beat George Mason, 19-9, Saturday.

The Blue Jays improved to 1-0, and the Patriots fell to 0-2.

Hopkins opened with a 3-0 run and held Mason to one goal for 18 minutes in the first half.

The Patriots scored five goals in the second half, but Hopkins continued to string goals together, including a four-goal run that spanned both halves, to put the game out of reach.

Stevenson 8, St. Mary's 7, OT: The Seahawks (0-1) fell short in Lisa Valentine's college head coaching debut as they fell in overtime to the Mustangs (1-0).

Senior attacker Megan Weiss scored the game-winning goal with 6.4 seconds remaining in the first overtime period as she came off a pick in front of the crease and rolled around from the left to fire into the top-right corner.

Weiss finished the afternoon with a hat trick to pace Stevenson.

Classmate Lisa Baker added two goals and two assists.

Salisbury 21, Frostburg State 4: Nine players scored for the Sea Gulls (1-0) as they collected the game's first six goals en route to a victory over the host Bobcats (0-1).

Trish DiGirolomo led the way for Salisbury, as she posted a career-high seven points on three goals and a team-high four assists. Aileen McCausland, Allie Wheatley and Roxanne Raab each tallied three goals in the victory.

Goalkeeper Julie Ann Caulfield posted her first victory of the season, as she played 42 minutes before being relieved by freshman Ashton Wheatley.

Ali Kapustin led the way for Frostburg, as she scored one goal and handed out one assist.

Mary Washington 24, Hood 3: Caitlin Lawrence and Katie Vu combined for three unassisted goals, but the visiting Blazers (0-1) lost a lopsided contest to the Eagles (1-0) in their season opener.

Lawrence got Hood on the board with the first of her two scores with 9:11 remaining in the first half.

Vu and Lawrence then scored consecutive tallies in a span of 1:26 late in the second half.

Goalkeeper Helene Butler made eight saves in the net for the Blazers.

Eleven different players scored for Mary Washington, led by Katie Wallis' five goals.

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