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Salisbury men rout Wesley. 21-4

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Thirteen Salisbury players scored goals in the Sea Gulls' 21-4 rout of host Wesley yesterday.

Matt Hickman and Jake DeLillo led Salisbury with three goals apiece. The Sea Gulls (3-0, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) also benefited from 10 players having at least one assist. Kylor Berkman led the team with four.

Salisbury led 8-0 at halftime and held a 52-28 advantage in ground balls.

The Wolverines (0-2, 0-1) got goals from Nick Pisacano, Dan Skeels, Brad Smith and Hank Meinhardt.

Jim McLeaft made 17 saves but allowed 16 goals.

Mary Washington 18, Hood 7 -- Despite two goals and two assists from Jason Anderson, the host Blazers (0-2, 0-2 CAC) lost to the Eagles (1-1, 1-0). Brent Fisk paced Mary Washington with four goals, and Charlie White added three goals and two assists.

Women

Mount St. Mary's 16, UC-Davis 10 -- Kathleen Rossetti scored a career-high three goals to lead the Mountaineers (1-2) past the host Aggies (0-3).

Salisbury 17, Virginia Wesleyan 8 -- Senior All-American Sue Ackermann (Liberty) scored five goals and had four assists in the Sea Gulls' win over the Marlins (0-1). Salisbury (4-0) scored the game's first four goals, as Ackermann scored one and assisted on two others before the Marlins got on the board. The Sea Gulls scored the game's next nine goals as Ackermann scored twice in the final minute to build a 14-2 halftime lead. Sophmore Beth Rhodey (Notre Dame Prep) had four goals and an assist. Jessica Liston (Old Mill) and Ashleigh Gender (Chesapeake) each scored twice.

St. Mary's 10, Washington College 8 -- Lauren Carrier scored four goals and Emily Norris added two to help the Seahawks (2-1) outlast the Shorewomen. Brittany Lambert paced Washington (0-1) with three goals and an assist. Jenna Gouck had two scores and an assist in the loss.

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