LACROSSE

Johns Hopkins 14, Maryland 9

Del Dressel, Brian Wood and Brendan Kelly each scored three goals to help No. 2-ranked Johns Hopkins beat No. 3-ranked Maryland, 14-9, before a homecoming crowd of approximately 11,000 that ringed Homewood Field for a college lacrosse game today.

Against Maryland, Hopkins (7-1) is 10-0 in regular-season games and 5-0 in postseason games since 1976.

"You know coming here on homecoming, you have to play solid for 60 minutes," said Maryland Coach Dick Edell. "I don't think we played well for 60 minutes."

For the first 15 minutes the Terrapins (7-2) played superbly. They led, 3-2, and 4-3, largely because specialist Todd Ensor won six of eight faceoffs.

But during the last three periods, the Blue Jays controlled 11 of 19 faceoffs as Ensor was neutralized. They also outscored Maryland, 11-5, in that time.

"If you don't get the ball, you don't get the shots," Edell said.

Johns Hopkins scored first after 1:13 when Kelly bounced a shot from 25 feet past Jim Beardmore (10 saves).

Maryland controlled the ensuing faceoff and, 12 seconds later, a goal by Chris Bullen tied it.

Brian Willard gave Maryland its first lead, 3-2, with 11:17 left when he spun off his defender and bounced a shot from 15 feet.

Maryland led again, 4-3, when Tom Worstell, the only Terrapin with more than one goal, scored for the second time with 6:51 to play in the opening period.

"In the first quarter, we settled the ball down," said attackman Brendan Hanley, Maryland's leading scorer who was held without a goal or assist. "We ran an offense called 'Hopkins.' It's kind of an isolation. It worked twice for Worstell. After that we didn't settle the ball down."

Dressel coverted a pass from Wood with 1:28 to give Johns Hopkins a 6-4 lead. "Rather than go one on one," Dressel said, "We moved the ball around and tried to get everyone to touch. A lot of my goals happened that way."

*Virginia 10, Navy 6: Virginia got four goals from Chase Monroe and three from John Begier and the Cavaliers held Navy scoreless for nearly 34 minutes on their way to victory over the fourth-ranked Midshipmen in Annapolis. Both teams are 8-2.

*Hobart 16, Syracuse 13: Ray Gilliam scored three goals to lift Division III Hobart College over Division I Syracuse in a game in Geneva, N.Y., that matched college lacrosse's two top-ranked teams. BASEBALL

Navy Sweeps Dartmouth

Senior Dave Landwehr (6-1) struck out seven in pitching a three-hit shutout and sophomore Todd Bibza (4-1) threw a two-hitter as Navy (22-8 overall and 11-3 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League) swept Dartmouth, 4-0 and 5-0, in Hanover, N.H. Dartmouth is 12-8, 1-5.

*East Carolina 8-13, American 2-6: Greg Hardison went four for five to lead a 13-hit offense as East Carolina routed American to sweep at pair at American. In the first game, the Pirates hit four homers, two by Jay McGraw. The Pirates are 32-5 overall and 11-3 in the Colonial Athletic Association; AU is 6-19 and 1-10.

*Wake Forest 12, Maryland 6: In Winston-Salem, N.C., Wake Forest's five-run fifth inning, highlighted by Wade Perry's two-run homer, helped the Deacons (24-16, 6-6 ACC) to an Atlantic Coast Conference victory over Maryland (8-16-1 and 1-7).

*Pittsburgh 7-10, Georgetown 2-22: Georgetown, which lost the opener in Pittsburgh, came back with six home runs and 24 hits in the second game to split a Big East doubleheader that featured 15 homers. GU's Matt Lepnew hit three and Glen Bruckner and Mark Lepnew hit two each.

*Virginia 5, Duke 2: Bill Narleski's 10th-inning single drove in Keith Kowalski with the go-ahead run in an ACC game in Durham, N.C. Kowalski had led off with a double and moved up on an error.

*Bridgewater 4-3, Catholic 2-0: John Shiflett drove in a run and scored one in the second game in Bridgewater, Va.

*UNC-Wilmington 7-6, George Mason 6-7: David White's eighth-inning single scored Mark Miller with the winning run in the nightcap as George Mason (16-13, 6-7) split a CAA doubleheader. UNC-Wilmington is 26-23, 8-6.

*West Virginia 15-1, George Washington 2-3: Gus Morandi's two-run double highlighted a seven-run third inning in the first game of an Atlantic 10 doubleheader. Greg Ritchie won a five-hitter in the second game. N.C. State Tops in Track

Harvey McSwain won the 200-meter dash, edging two North Carolina State teammates, as the Wolfpack took its fourth straight ACC title with 171 points in Chapel Hill, N.C. Clemson had 155, Georgia Tech 93.5, North Carolina 90.5, Maryland 80, Virginia 16, Duke 10 and Wake Forest 4.

Virginia won its fourth straight women's title, beating North Carolina State, 217-152. North Carolina had 96 points, Clemson 35, Georgia Tech 28, Duke 18 and Wake Forest 4.

*Rutgers Relay: In East Brunswick, N.J., Navy won three events. Senior Dan Williams won the high jump at 7 feet 2, and the winning distance medley relay squad of Lance Davidson, Michael Greene, Jeff Wolstenholme and Ron Harris was clocked in 9:49.7. Navy's 4x200 relay team of Al Hawkins, Deadrick Baker, Troy Heitmeyer and Wallace Moore won in 1:30.0. Clemson Wins Tennis Title

In Raleigh, N.C., nationally top-ranked Clemson beat Maryland, 5-4, for its fourth straight ACC men's title.

Maryland's John Zahurak, voted the ACC's most valuable player by the coaches, won the singles title, 7-5, 6-1, over Jay Berger.