Hahn's 5 goals lead No. 4 Terps, 26-3


Freshman attackman Matt Hahn had five goals and an assist to lead No. 4 Maryland to a 26-3 victory over Radford in men's lacrosse at Byrd Stadium yesterday.

The 26 goals are one shy of the school record and the most since 1982. The margin of victory was one goal short of the school record.

The Terps (5-0) also equaled their best start since 1991. Senior attackman Rob Chomo (St. Mary's) added two goals and three assists.

* North Carolina 20, Ohio State 3: Freshman midfielder John Solter (St. Paul's) scored three goals as No. 8 North Carolina (4-2) routed visiting Ohio State (2-2). Fifteen Tar Heels scored goals as they outshot the Buckeyes 55-24.

* Delaware 15, Hartford 6: Anthony DiMarzo had three goals and six assists in leading No. 20 Delaware (3-2) past Hartford (1-1) at Delaware Field. Brad Glowaki added four goals.

* Goucher 10, Widener 4: Junior attackman Keith Guinto (North Carroll) scored four goals as Goucher (4-1) matched its school-record win total by defeating Widener (1-4) in the Goucher Invitational championship game. Senior attackman Ryan Price (John Carroll) led Widener with a goal and an assist.


* Maryland 7, Virginia 4: Kelly Amonte scored four goals to lift No. 2 Maryland (3-0) over Virginia (1-2) for its first victory in Charlottesville, Va. Cathy Nelson (Mount Hebron) added two goals for the Terps.

* Loyola 10, Penn 9: Kerri Johnson scored the game-winner with 1:51 left in the third overtime to lead No. 6 Loyola (3-0) over host Penn. Amy Tarr tied the game with 2:31 in regulation for Penn (1-2).

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