Loyola rallies past UMass UM women win 47th in row


Backup goalkeeper Sean Gaiser shut out Massachusetts in the second half as No. 10 Loyola rallied to beat the No. 12 Minutemen, 11-8, yesterday at Amherst, Mass.

Loyola (5-2) scored the final eight goals, holding UMass (5-4) scoreless for the last 33: 37.

Ohio State 17, Mount St. Mary's 11: Tim Johnson had six goals and three assists as Ohio State (4-4) defeated visiting Mount St. Mary's (6-4).

Washington College 18, Gettysburg 9: Andy Taibl made 16 saves to lift Washington College over host Gettysburg.

Salisbury State 11, Adelphi 6: Peter Troup scored three goals and added an assist to lead Salisbury State (9-1) over visiting Adelphi (5-1).

Western Maryland 11, Haverford 8: Western Maryland came back from three goals down and received three goals from Jeremy Kober as the host Green Terror (8-0) downed Haverford (5-5).


No. 1 Maryland 17, Harvard 4: Sarah Forbes had four goals and three assists as Maryland (11-0) topped visiting Harvard (3-4). The Terps have won a lacrosse-record 47 consecutive games.

No. 2 Loyola 13, No. 14 Old Dominion 8: Senior midfielder Kerri Johnson scored three of her team-high four goals in the first half to power Loyola (9-0, 6-0) past Old Dominion (5-7, 3-3) in a Colonial Athletic Association at Curley Field. The win clinched the Greyhounds' second consecutive CAA regular-season title and moved ninth-year coach Diane Aikens (103-43) into a first-place tie with Ann McCloskey for career wins at Loyola.

Mount St. Mary's 13, Fairfield 10: Megan Eaton scored three goals to pace Mount St. Mary's (5-4) over host Fairfield (3-7).

Washington College 10, Dickinson 7: Veronica Ganzman had a hat trick and host Washington College (4-6, 1-5) defeated Dickinson (1-7, 0-6) in Centennial Conference action.

Johns Hopkins 6, Ursinus 4: Danielle Maschuci and Neda Dawood each scored twice to power visiting Johns Hopkins (6-3, 5-0) past defending Centennial Conference Champion Ursinus (5-5, 3-3).

St. Mary's 12, Goucher 10: Tara Jensen made 15 saves as St. Mary's edged visiting Goucher.

College of Notre Dame 13, Mary Baldwin 3: Teri Tobash had four goals as the College of Notre Dame (9-5) topped visiting Mary Baldwin to win the Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference title.

Pub Date: 4/13/97

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