No. 7 Hopkins women roll past GW in opener, 12-8

Mary Key had four goals and three assists as seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins won its women's lacrosse season opener, 12-8, over host George Washington yesterday.

After a 3-3 tie at halftime, the Blue Jays scored the first five goals of the second half to take control of the game.


Sarah Walsh finished with six points (three goals, three assists) and Kadie Stamper had four points (three goals, one assist).

No. 1 Northwestern 18, Rutgers 3 -- Sarah Albrecht and Kristen Kjellman each scored four goals for the Wildcats (3-0). The victory over the visiting Scarlet Knights (0-1) extended Northwestern's winning streak to 24 games.


No. 5 Virginia 10, Temple 8 -- The Cavaliers (2-0) held off a rally by the visiting Owls (0-2) behind a career-high four goals and two assists from Blair Weymouth.

No. 6 North Carolina 15, Boston College 4 -- Stephanie Scurachio led the host Tar Heels (2-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) with two goals and two assists in the win over the Eagles (0-1, 0-1).

No. 10 Georgetown 15, Mount St. Mary's 2 -- Coco Stanwick scored eight goals as the Hoyas (1-0) ended the Mount's 17-game home winning streak. The Mount fell to 0-3.

Salisbury 15, Christopher Newport 4 -- Liz Funk and Erin McCarthy each scored three goals as the visiting Sea Gulls (2-0) routed the Captains (2-1).

Villa Julie 13, Endicott 11 -- Katie Rodriguez scored on a pass from Cat Connelly in the second overtime to lift the host Mustangs (1-2) over the Gulls (0-1).

College of Notre Dame 12, Dallas 1 -- Sara Breidenbaugh, Tina Money and Anne Shippen each scored three goals as the Gators (1-0) defeated the visiting Crusaders (0-2).


No. 9 Massachusetts 11, No. 19 Hofstra 7 -- Sean Morris had three goals and five assists to tie his career high of eight points as the Minutemen (1-0) defeated the visiting Pride (0-1).


No. 12 Notre Dame 8, No. 14 Penn State 4 -- Peter Christman and Ryan Hoff each scored two goals for the host Fighting Irish (1-0). Brian Whitaker had a hat trick for the Nittany Lions (0-1).

Washington College 10, Widener 9 -- Andrew Ostrusky scored on an extra-man opportunity with 1:58 left in overtime to lift the host Shoremen (1-0) past the Pioneers (0-1).