Key helps Hopkins stop Denver, 15-13

The Baltimore Sun

Mary Key scored five goals and added four assists to lift the Johns Hopkins women over Denver, 15-13, at Homewood Field yesterday.

The Blue Jays (6-4) stopped the Pioneers' 10-game winning streak.

Johns Hopkins scored six unanswered goals to start the game, with Key notching the first goal 34 seconds in.

The Pioneers (10-2) outscored the Blue Jays 8-5 in the second half.

Delaware 16, Towson 15 -- Shannon Witzel scored three goals and had two assists for the Tigers, who rallied late but came up short against the host Blue Hens. Towson (3-5, 0-1 Colonial Athletic Association) led by one at halftime but fell behind early in the second half as Delaware (5-3, 1-0) built a 16-10 lead. The Tigers scored the last five goals.

Mount St. Mary's 9, Sacred Heart 5 -- The Mountaineers (3-6, 3-0 Northeast Conference) recorded the 100th victory in program history, beating the visiting Pioneers (3-6, 1-3). Katie Falatach scored two goals with two assists and Katelyn Catanese added two goals and an assist for the Mount.

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