Levendusky scores 6 goals as UMBC women end skid

The Baltimore Sun

Ali Levendusky tied her career high with six goals to lead the visiting UMBC women past Stony Brook, 17-11, yesterday to end the Retrievers' seven-game losing streak.

UMBC's previous win had been at Binghamton on Feb. 29.

The Retrievers (3-9, 2-3 America East) have defeated the Seawolves (5-4, 0-2) in their past five meetings.

Levendusky scored three times in the first 15 minutes to help the Retrievers take a 4-1 lead before Stony Brook scored back-to-back goals to trim its deficit to one.

Washington College 20, Haverford 10 -- Suzie Jakub scored her 100th career goal as the host Shorewomen (6-5, 1-3 Centennial Conference) beat the Fords (5-5, 1-3). Washington College, which beat Wesley, 21-4, on Sunday, has scored at least 20 goals in back-to-back games for the first time in team history. Jakub is the ninth player in school history to reach 100 goals.

No. 8 Penn 9, Johns Hopkins 8 -- The visiting Blue Jays (5-5) - led by Lauren Schwarzmann (Century) with two goals - rallied from a 9-3 deficit but fell short. Hopkins drew within one goal with 16 seconds left, but the Quakers (8-1) held on.


Salisbury 10, Mary Washington 5 -- Greg Titus and Jake DeLillo each had a hat trick to power the visiting Sea Gulls (12-0, 5-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Eagles (5-5, 2-3). Salisbury scored the last six goals for the win. Ryan Kleman made 16 saves for Mary Washington, and Zach Krissoff had eight for Salisbury.

Swarthmore 7, Goucher 6 -- Ben Young scored the game-winner, an extra-man goal, with 1:48 left in the second overtime for the visiting Garnet (5-4). In the 10-game series between Goucher and Swarthmore, seven games have been decided by a single goal and five have gone to overtime. Frank Mazzucco had 14 saves for the Garnet, and Austin Main had nine for the Gophers (6-3).

Villa Julie 19, York 5 -- Richard Ford (Towson) had four goals to lead the host Mustangs (8-2, 4-0 Capital) past the Spartans (6-6, 2-4).Villa Julie outshot York 51-21 and won 18 of 27 face-offs.

Christopher Newport 9, Hood 5 -- The visiting Captains (6-5) jumped out to a 4-0 lead and outshot the Blazers, 46-25. Sam Hoffman made 17 saves for Hood (0-13).

Franklin & Marshall 11, McDaniel 6 -- Mark Hild notched four goals and three assists - all in the first half - to lead the visiting Diplomats (7-2, 3-1 Centennial Conference). Noah Wilkinsky had three goals for the Green Terror (4-5, 0-3).

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