Lusby finished with five goals and six points, all coming in the second half, and Butts scored four times.
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Michael Ward put the Knights (1-2, 0-1) up 5-4 with 11:17 on the clock. Lusby scored his first of three straight at 4:03, and he then gave Loyola its first lead of the game at 3:21 with another. The third goal in the stretch put Loyola on top, 7-5.
The Greyhounds scored four in a row to start the fourth quarter, putting the game out of reach.
Fairfield 10, UMBC 9, OT: John Snellman scored 44 seconds into overtime for the Stags (4-0) to beat the host Retrievers (1-2).
Goucher 13, Randolph-Macon 5: The host Gophers (4-1) opened up a 3-0 lead early and never looked back, topping the Yellow Jackets (2-2). Kyle Boncaro and Rory Averett each scored three goals for Goucher.
Salisbury 11, Gettysburg 6: The Gulls (5-0) picked up their second win on the road over the Bullets (2-1).
Salisbury's offense was led by Sam Bradman with five points and Matt Cannone with six points.
Stevenson 6, Western N.E. 4: The Mustangs (3-0) pulled out of a fourth quarter tie at 4-all to beat the visiting Golden Bears (0-1).
Washington & Lee 11, Washington College 10: Mac Means scored a game-best four goals and led all players with five points for the host Generals (3-1) as they held off the Shoremen (0-2).
McDaniel 7, Va. Wesleyan 6: The Green Terror (2-2) built a 7-3 halftime lead to defeat the host Marlins (2-2).
DJ Rickels (Boys' Latin) led McDaniel with three goals and JS Duke added a goal and two assists.
Eastern 8, Hood 5: The host Blazers (1-4) squandered a 5-4 fourth-quarter lead in their loss to the Eagles (1-1).
Andy Jameson scored for Eastern to tie the game at 5 with 12:30 to play. Eighty-eight seconds later, Andrew Travers put the Eagles up for good.
Franklin & Marshall 11, St. Mary's 5: The Seahawks (1-2) were first on the scoreboard with a goal by Taylor Cook, but the host Diplomats (3-1) took the final lead with 1:05 left in the first half.
Towson 7, No. 13 Loyola 6: A goal from Ashleighn Rohrback for the host Tigers (3-0) proved to be the game-winner when a last-minute shot attempt by the Greyhounds (1-2) soared high and was saved by Towson goalkeeper Mary Teeters with 16 seconds remaining.
Navy 8, Bryant 7: Jasmine DePompeo capped a three-goal second half comeback with 6:57 remaining to give the Midshipmen (5-1) a win over the host Bulldogs (0-3).
Stony Brook 15, No. 18 Hopkins 14: The Seawolves (5-0) gained possession with 2:54 to play in a tie game against the host Blue Jays (3-2). Claire Petersen scored the game-winner with just nine seconds to play.
Duquesne 11, UMBC 8: The Dukes (2-2) overcame a two-goal halftime deficit and outscored the host Retrievers (1-3) 6-1 in the second half.
Salisbury 17, Catholic 7: After a slow start, the visiting Sea Gulls (2-0) rebounded to defeat the Cardinals (0-2).
Catholic had a 3-1 lead at the 18:53 mark in the first half, but Salisbury scored nine unanswered goals to put themselves ahead 10-3 with 26:34 left.
Washington 13, Rowan 12: Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) scored the game-winning goal with 31 seconds left in the game as the visiting Shorewomen (1-0) downed the Profs (1-1).
McDaniel 12, St. Mary's 9: The host Green Terror (1-2) scored five straight goals to turn a 5-all deadlock into a 10-5 advantage early in the second half en route to victory over the Seahawks (1-3).
Danielle Entrot (Centennial) had four goals for McDaniel.
Lebanon Valley 12, Goucher 10: Five straight goals over a 10 minute span brought the Dutchmen (1-0) back to beat the visiting Gophers (0-4). Hana Krechel had five goals for Lebanon Valley.
Washington & Jefferson 18, Hood 5: The Blazers (2-3) came up on the short end to the visiting Presidents (1-0). Washington & Jefferson netted nine of the game's first 10 goals and led 10-2 at halftime.
Mount St. Vincent at Notre Dame (Md.), ccd.: The game between the Dolphins (0-0) and the Gators (0-0) has been canceled.