College lacrosse roundup: No. 5 Loyola women rally over Delaware

Hopkins women fall to Georgetown, 12-11, on late goal by Franklin

March 17, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

Freshman Marlee Paton scored with 34 seconds left to cap a Greyhounds rally as the No. 5 Loyola women beat host Delaware, 14-13, at Tubby Raymond Field at Delaware Stadium on Wednesday.

Trailing 13-10 with 5:12 remaining, the Greyhounds (5-0) scored the final four goals to win. A goal by Abby Rehfuss started the rally with 4:32 left in the game. Grace Gavin (St. Paul's) scored twice and Meg Decker (Mount de Sales) tied the game at 11 with 1:25 left.

After the Blue Hens (2-5) controlled the draw, the Greyhounds forced a turnover and Johanna Gibson scooped the ball up for Loyola.  After a Blue Hens foul, Paton tallied her third goal of the game and 12th of the season for the game-winner.  Senior Cara Filippelli, who forced the earlier turnover, won the draw control, and Delaware was unable to get off a shot to tie it.

No. 20 Georgetown 12, Johns Hopkins 11: Hannah Franklin (McDonogh) scored the game-winner unassisted with 3:23 left in the game as the visiting Hoyas broke a three-game losing streak. Georgetown improved to 1-3, and the Blue Jays fell to 4-2. Hopkins took an 11-10 lead on a goal by Rachel Ballatori with 5:28 to play. But the Hoyas got back-to-back goals from Mary Beth Brophy and Franklin in a span of just 64 seconds to push the visitors back on top, 12-11. Georgetown won the following draw. A foul against Hoyas keeper Barb Black disallowed a Hopkins goal that would have tied the game with 40 seconds left.

St. Mary's 13, Dickinson 12, OT: Aubrey Mirkin (three goals) and Cailey Aburn (John Carroll) scored 10 seconds apart in overtime to lift the visiting Seahawks (7-2) over the Red Devils (3-5). Trailing 7-6 with 19:26 left in the game, St. Mary's went on a 5-0 run to take a 11-7 lead. Taryn Abbassian scored three of Dickinson's four goals over the final six minutes of regulation to force overtime. St. Mary's Erin Shackelford (Annapolis) and Dickinson's Abbassian each finished with four goals.

Bucknell 12, Mount St. Mary's 11: Led by Julia Braun with six goals, the host Bison (2-6) took a 6-1 lead and held off a rally by Mount St. Mary's. The Mount (1-5) outscored Bucknell, 4-2, in the second half. Nicole Price (North Harford) scored to bring the Mount within one with seven minutes left. Esther Rufolo (Chapelgate) led the Mount with a career-high five goals.

Salisbury 15, Rowan 3: Katie Bolhurst (St. Mary's) had a game-high five goals and the host Sea Gulls (8-0) scored four times in the opening 2:26 and never looked back. The Profs fell to 1-3 and were held to six shots in the first half. Julie Ann Caulfield picked up the win for the Sea Gulls, registering two saves in the first half. Leah Hershey scored twice to lead Rowan offensively, while Kerry Pehnke turned away eight Salisbury shots.


Goucher 11, Mary Washington 5: Rory Averett had three goals and two assists, to power the host Gophers (2-2) past the Eagles (4-4). Goucher led 5-2 at halftime.

Stevenson 16, Roanoke 6: The visiting Mustangs (7-0) were led by six points from Jimmy Dailey (Winters Mill) and four each from Richie Ford (Towson) and Sean Calabrese. Stevenson outscored the Maroons (4-2) by 12-3 over the final three quarters.

Denison 16, St. Mary's 4: The host Seahawks (1-4) have lost two straight. Kyle Brown led the Big Red (3-1) with a hat trick. Denison had three five-goal quarters. St. Mary's outshot Denison 40-37. The Big Red started the fourth quarter with a 5-0 run.

Hood 6, Centenary 5: Kris Miner netted two goals, including the eventual game-winner, as the host Blazers (3-2) beat the Cyclones (2-1). Centenary trailed 4-2 at the half before holding Hood scoreless in the third quarter and scoring twice to knot the score at 4. The Blazers scored twice in the opening minute of the fourth quarter and held on to win.

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