No. 4 Terps beaten by No. 15 Wake Forest, 4-3, in men's soccer; No. 8 UMBC wins

Kronick sets career record for goals for Johns Hopkins women

October 20, 2013|Sports Digest

Men's College Soccer

No. 4 Terps beaten by No. 15 Wake Forest, 4-3; No. 8 UMBC wins

The fourth-ranked Maryland men's soccer team rebounded from a 4-1 halftime deficit, but couldn't find a late equalizer and fell, 4-3, to No. 15 Wake Forest at Ludwig Field on Saturday night. The Demon Deacons (7-3-4, 5-0-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) jumped on the Terps (6-3-5, 4-1-3) in the first half, scoring four goals on just six shots. Senior Patrick Mullins scored two goals on penalty kicks, but despite a strong effort down the stretch, Maryland dropped its first ACC decision in 2013 and ended a nine-game unbeaten streak. Freshman Michael Sauers drew the Terps within one in the 60th minute, latching onto a layoff from Sunny Jane and rocketing the ball past keeper Andrew Harris from 20 yards out. With his two goals, Mullins entered the 40-goal club and ranks fifth on Maryland's all-time goals list, passing Rocco Morelli.

More Division I: Junior midfielder Mamadou Kansaye (McDonogh) scored early in the second half and the defense made the goal stand up as eighth-ranked UMBC blanked visiting New Hampshire, 1-0, in a battle for first place in the America East. The Retrievers (12-1-1, 3-0-1) stretched their unbeaten streak to four, while the Wildcats (9-4-0, 3-1-0) saw their four-game winning streak end. Kansaye scored off a free kick from 20 yards out in the 50th minute. He struck a left-footed shot that hooked around the Wildcats' wall. Netminder Travis Worra was positioned to make the save, but the junior could not find the handle and the ball crossed over the goal line. The game was a rematch of the 2012 conference championship match, which was scoreless after 110 minutes. UMBC advanced and won the America East title by 4-2 in penalty kicks. … Navy (8-3-2, 5-0-0 Patriot League) overcame an early deficit for a 2-1 victory over Bucknell (8-4-1, 2-2-1) to remain in a first-place tie with Army. Bucknell took a 1-0 lead 5:15 into the game on a goal by Austin Lenart, breaking Navy's 545-minute scoreless streak over seven games. Nick Dubee Mike Lansing Senior Martin Sanchez had a good look in the 56th minute but his shot was deflected and Navy earned a corner kick. Sanchez took the ensuing corner from the left side and served a ball into the box, where sophomore Derek Vogel jumped and headed the ball down and into the goal to tie the game. Dave Arnold (Mount St. Joseph) slid the ball past the oncoming goalkeeper into the left side in the 72nd minute to give Navy the 2-1 lead. Senior goalkeeper Gavin Snyder (Severna Park) made a season-high six saves in the contest, with a big one coming in the 82nd minute on a header by Mayowa Alli.

Women's college soccer

Kronick sets career goal record as Hopkins rolls

Junior Hannah Kronick set a school record by scoring her 56th career goal as Johns Hopkins defeated visiting Bryn Mawr, 9-1, in women's soccer on Saturday. After playing a one-touch pass to Christina Convey on the wing, Kronick received her teammate's cross in the box and powered a header past the goalkeeper to open the scoring in the 15th minute. Freshman Vania Ludman led Hopkins with the first multi-goal performance of her career, scoring in the 48th and 74th minutes. Kelly Baker, Alexa Rangecroft, Meg Van de Loo, Jennie Hall, Kylie Fuller and Kaitlin Brooks added goals for the Blue Jays (12-1-1, 5-0-1 Centennial Conference) as the team scored its most goals in a game since Sept. 15, 2007. Kronick tied Erica Suter's mark of 55 career goals in a victory over Dickinson on Wednesday. After surpassing her former teammate, Kronick was quick to recognize the influence that the River Hill alumnus had on her game. "Playing with [Suter] freshman year was a really cool experience for me, because I got to see the way she did everything," Kronick said. "I never would have thought I would be following in her footsteps so quickly, but I learned so much from the way she played and the way she composed herself on the field."

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