Salisbury State scores first 18, rocks Western Maryland, 25-7 Nation


Salisbury State scored the first 18 goals of the game and coasted to a 25-7 nonconference win yesterday over visiting Western Maryland.

Erik Andersen and Peter Troup each had four goals and an assist for the Sea Gulls (5-0), Division III's second-ranked team, who outshot the Green Terror (1-3), 52-20. Andersen scored just 25 seconds into the game and Salisbury received goals from eight different players on the way to a 16-0 halftime lead.

Western Maryland's first goal didn't come until 9: 42 of the third quarter.

No. 5 Duke 22, Canisius 2: Chris Kakel (St. Paul's) scored five goals and had an assist as the Blue Devils (5-1) routed the Golden Griffins (0-2) in Durham, N.C. Duke, which had five others record multiple goals, has won five straight.

The Blue Devils scored the first nine goals, including two each by Kakel, Jared Frood and John O'Donnell. Duke then scored nine more in the third quarter to pull ahead 20-2.

The Blue Devils outshot Canisius, 67-14.


Johns Hopkins 12, Mount St. Mary's 7: The Blue Jays (1-1) outscored the Mountaineers 5-1 in the second half in a win in Emmitsburg. Hopkins' Nancy Kim led all scorers with four goals.

Hopkins jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first half before Mount St. Mary's cut the deficit to a goal at halftime.

Pub Date: 3/19/98

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