Loyola wins MAAC, gives Sento record COLLEGES


Loyola coach Bill Sento became the school's all-time winning men's soccer coach as the Greyhounds defeated host Iona, 2-0, yesterday.

The victory also clinched the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conferencregular-season title for Loyola (12-2, 6-0).

Sento passed Jim Bullington with 179 wins. Sento -- a former coach at Loch Raven -- has a 179-69-29 record since he replaced Bullington in 1980.

Will Cirrincione had one goal and one assist as Loyola outshot Iona, 21-4.

* North Carolina 1, Maryland 0: Temoc Suarez scored at 35:58 othe first half to lift host North Carolina (9-3-1, 2-1-1) over Maryland (3-8-0, 1-4-0) in an Atlantic Coast Conference game.

* Winthrop 8, UMES 1: Senior forward Tim Dean scored three goals to lead visiting Winthrop past UMES (0-9). Kimandi Binns scored the Hawks' only goal.

Winthrop completed a sweep of Maryland schools with wins over UMBC, Towson State and UMES.

Winthrop leading scorer Robbie Blake scored his 10th goal of the season and had two assists. Blake ranks 18th among scorers in the NCAA South Region.

Women's soccer

Maria Casella scored two goals to lead Carnegie-Mellon (8-2-1) past host Goucher, 5-2. April Simonsen (Patapsco) had two assists for Goucher (4-8-1).

Field hockey

Lori Vile scored the game-winner with 15:20 left in the first half and assisted on the insurance goal with four minutes left as host Maryland (11-2) defeated Rutgers (7-5), 2-0.

Maureen Scott scored the second goal and Sabrina Salam had an assist.

/# Maryland outshot Rutgers, 11-4.


Loyola hung on to its first-round lead and finished on top with a 606 in the two-day St. John's Invitational on the Black Course of Beth Page in Farmingdale, N.Y.

Senior captain Tom Lewandowski and sophomore Brandon Luckett tied for third at 147.

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