College lacrosse roundup: Hopkins men rout Siena, 16-6

Stanwick scores in OT as UVa. beats Stony Brook

February 26, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

The No. 9 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team got three goals and two assists each from Chris Boland and John Greeley, and nine different players scored for the Blue Jays in a 16-6 win over Siena at Homewood Field on Saturday.

Hopkins improves to 3-0 with the win, while the Saints slip to 1-2.

The Blue Jays got off to a quick start, scoring on their first shot for the third time in as many games this season. Rob Guida needed just 36 seconds for a 1-0 Blue Jays lead.

Siena tied the game 30 seconds later when Colin Clive scored an extra-man goal off a feed from Chris Roth; the Blue Jays scored the next four goals, and the Saints were never got closer than three.

Rutgers 12, UMBC 5: The visting Scarlet Knights (3-0) went on a 4-0 run in the second quarter and never looked back. The Retrievers fell to 1-1.

Kevin Hover led Rutgers with three goals, and Will Mangan added two

Five different players scored for the Retrievers, but UMBC managed to put only nine of 26 shots on goal.

Washington College 7, Goucher 6, OT: Doug Herdegen (Archbishop Curley) scored the game-winner 1:25 into overtime to lift the visiting Shoremen (1-0) over the Gophers (0-1).

Washington trailed by three goals in the second half, rallied and forced the overtime on a goal by Bennett Cord with 9:59 left in the game. The Shoremen took four shots in the final 1:37 but did not score again until the extra period.

Catholic 8, Frostburg State 7, OT: Will Ardolino scored the game-winner with 3:26 left in overtime as the host Cardinals (2-0) earned a come-from-behind victory over the Bobcats (1-2).

Stevenson 19, Kean 5: Jimmy Dailey and Neal Barthelme each scored four goals to power the host Mustangs (3-0) past the Cougars (1-1).

Stevenson opened with a 3-0 run and led, 6-3, at the half. The Mustangs defense limited the Cougars to one goal per quarter in the second half.

Mary Washington 13, McDaniel 7: The host Eagles (2-2) went on a 6-1 run in the second quarter and never trailed again. The Green Terror (0-1) led, 4-2, after the first quarter before falling behind. Ben Yancheski had two goals and an assist for McDaniel.

Dickinson 15, St. Mary's 7: The Seahawks dropped their second straight.

National men

No. 2 Virginia 11, No. 5 Stony Brook 10, OT: Steele Stanwick (Loyola) scored five goals, including the game-winner, as the visiting Cavaliers (3-0) beat the Seawolves (0-1).

Stanwick recovered a bounce-back ground ball in front of the cage and fired it home with 44 seconds left in overtime.

No. 6 Cornell 14, Hobart 9: Rob Pannell had two goals and four assists to lead the host Big Red (1-0) past the Statesmen (1-1).

No. 7 Hofstra 11, No. 8 Princeton 9: Jamie Lincoln scored four goals and Stephen Batz had three to power the host Pride (3-0) past the Tigers (0-1).

Penn 7, No. 10 Duke 3: The host Quakers (1-0) scored the first five goals and held off the Blue Devils (1-2). Duke hadn't lost an away game since March 24, 2007, at Georgetown; it was their lowest score since a 10-3 loss to Maryland on March 4, 1996.


No. 19 Princeton 9, No. 20 Johns Hopkins 8: The host Tigers (1-0) scored five straight goals in the second half after trailing, 5-3, at the break. Taylor D'Amore knotted the score at 8 with 5:51 left for Hopkins (2-1), but Jaci Gassaway scored the game-winner with 3:40 left for Princeton..

UMBC 13, American 10: Ashley Stoder had a career-high five goals to power the visiting Retrievers (2-1) past the Eagles (1-2).

American jumped out to a 3-0 lead after 10:37 of play before Stoder scored 13 seconds later and UMBC scored three straight over 21/2 minutes to even the score. The Retrievers extended their run to 6-0, scoring the first three of the second half.

Hood 19, Waynesburg 2: Julia Banks and Caitlin Lawrence scored four goals apiece to power the host Blazers (1-2) past the Yellow Jackets (0-1).

St. Mary's 13 Frostburg State 9: Erin Shackelford had a hat trick and the host Seahawks (2-1, 2-1 Capital Athletic Conference) went on an 11-3 run in the first half.

Led by Taylor Cassett, who finished with three goals, the Bobcats (1-2, 1-2) jumped out to 2-0 lead in the first 1:30. St. Mary's answered with a 4-0 run. After Cassett scored her second goal, the Seahawks rattled off seven straight.

Salisbury 16, Elizabethtown 6: The visiting Sea Gulls won their second straight.

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