State lacrosse: No. 8 Loyola men bounce back to crush Hobart
By From Sun staff reports
Apr 21, 2013 at 4:18 AM
The visiting Loyola Greyhounds put a 13-12 overtime loss against Denver on April 13 behind them, using runs of six and seven unanswered goals to defeat Hobart, 19-11, on Saturday.
Loyola's starting attack of Mike Sawyer (four goals, two assists), Zach Herreweyers (three, two) and Justin Ward (three, one) accounted for 10 goals and 15 points.
The Greyhounds (10-3, 6-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) scored the game's first six goals, but the Statesmen (6-7, 2-4) answered with five. A 7-0 Loyola run that spanned both halves helped put the game out of reach.
No. 15 Drexel 14, Towson 11: The Tigers (7-7, 3-2 Colonial Athletic Association) scored six straight goals in the second half but couldn't complete the comeback against the host Dragons (10-3, 5-1).
The game was tied at 5 at halftime, but Drexel took the lead with eight third-quarter goals. Towson responded in the fourth but didn't score in the final six minutes.
Thomas DeNapoli scored a game-high six goals and had one assist for the Tigers, while Cal Winkelman made 11 saves.
Mount St. Mary's 10, Bryant 9: The Mountaineers (5-9, 1-3 Northeast Conference) rallied from a two-goal third-quarter deficit to beat the visiting Bulldogs (5-9, 3-1).
Andrew Scalley (Archbishop Spalding) had two goals and four assists for the Mount, and goalkeeper Adam Borgogelli finished with 11 saves, including one with 2:30 left that helped the team preserve a two-goal lead.
Goucher 7, Scranton 6, OT: Sam Morgan scored his second goal of the game with 1:37 left in overtime to push the Gophers (7-7, 5-0 Landmark Conference) past the host Royals (8-6, 4-1).
Goucher trailed 6-4 in the fourth quarter before Morgan scored with 10:18 remaining in regulation, and Steve Patterson tied the game in the final minute.
Lycoming 11, Hood 5: Alex Engler scored a career-high three goals, but the host Blazers (3-13, 0-7 Commonwealth Conference) fell to the Warriors (4-9, 3-3).
No. 1 Maryland 15, Virginia Tech 7: The visiting Terps (17-0, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) beat the Hokies (8-7, 0-5) and completed a perfect regular-season slate, their seventh in program history and first since 2009.
Maryland will be the top seed in the ACC women's lacrosse championship. The Terps will play either Duke or Virginia at 1 p.m. Friday.
Six players had multigoal games for Maryland, and Alex Aust finished with a team-high five points, including her 100th of the season.