Towson women defeat Richmond, 11-10

March 19, 2011|By From Sun Staff Reports

Jess Dunn recorded her second hat trick of the season by scoring a game-high four goals as visiting Towson overcame a six-goal deficit in the first half to beat Richmond, 11-10 in overtime Saturday at the Spiders' Robins Stadium.

The win marks the second in the past three games and improved the Tigers' record to 2-4. Richmond fell to 3-7.

Dunn, who has 11 goals on the season, scored three-of-four in the second half as the Tigers rallied from an 8-2 deficit to force overtime and earn the victory.

UMBC 15, Mount St. Mary's 8: After falling behind 2-0 in the first five minutes of play, the visiting Retrievers (6-2) reeled off seven straight goals and won their third straight.

Amanda Pappas (Chesapeake-AA) led UMBC with four goals and two assists and Emily Coady (Westminster) had three goals. Esther Rufolo (Chapelgate Christian Academy) paced the Mount (1-6) with four goals and Nicole Price (North Harford) added two goals and an assist.

UMBC leads the series 11-1 and outshot Mount St. Mary's, 22-18.

Greensboro 14, Frostburg State 13: The host Bobcats' (1-6) second-half rally fell short. Taylor Cassatt (Liberty) and Megan White each scored three goals for Frostburg, who outscored the Pride, 6-5, in the second half.

The Pride improved to 5-3 and was led by Melissa Gallaher with six goals. Cassatt has scored three or more goals three times this season and leads the team with 16 goals.

Marywood 20, College of Notre Dame 4: Six Pacers scored three or more goals and took a 3-0 lead after 46 seconds and 20-3 at the half. Allison Terry (Catholic) led the Gators (1-5) with a hat trick. Diana D'Achille had six goals for Marywood (3-2).

Washington College 15, Randolph-Macon 14, OT: Ann Eickelberg scored a game-tying goal with 22 seconds left in overtime and Rachel Bartee (South Carroll) added the game-winner 18 seconds later for the visiting Shorewomen (6-0).

Washington College trailed 13-12 with 1:21 when Marissa Restaino scored on a free-position shot to force overtime.

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