Freshman Sydney Thomas added an insurance goal at the 3:28 mark. Both goals were assisted by Marlee Paton.
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Mackenzie Cyr (Winters Mill) had three goals for the Nittany Lions (4-2).
UMBC 15, Delaware 6: Alicia Krause (Mount Hebron) scored four goals and added two assists to lead the visiting Retrievers (2-3) past the Blue Hens (2-4), who have lost three straight.
Drexel 15, Mount St. Mary's 0: Amanda Santandre had two saves and Teresha Bradley four as the host Dragons (4-2) shut out the Mount (0-4).
Salisbury 12, Cortland State 11: The host Sea Gulls (3-0), led by Allie Wheatley and Lauren Feusahrens with four goals each, built a five-goal lead in the second half and hung on to beat the Red Dragons (1-1).
Goucher 10, Shenandoah 8: The host Gophers (2-4) limited the Hornets (3-2) to one goal over 30 minutes. Erin Reifsnyder had three goals for Goucher.
St. Mary's 10, Washington College 9: Emily Shafer netted the eventual winning goal with 3:29 left to lift the host Seahawks (2-3) over the Shorewomen (1-1).
Wesley 15, Notre Dame (Md.) 10: Allison Terry (Catholic) had five goals, but the visiting Gators (0-1) fell to the Wolverines (2-2).
No. 1 Northwestern 16, Louisville 7: Kara Mupo scored a career-high five goals and the visiting Wildcats (5-0) used their speed to break down the Cardinals (1-3).
No. 6 Vanderbilt 13, No. 13 Boston College 12: The Commodores (3-1) built a seven-goal lead and hung on. The Eagles fell to 3-2.
No. 7 Florida 12, No. 12 Georgetown 9: Mikey Meagher made a school-record 15 saves and the host Gators (5-2) beat the Hoyas (2-1).
No. 10 Pennsylvania 15, Rutgers 7: Erin Brennan tied a single-game school record with six assists for the host Quakers (2-1). The Scarlet Knights fell to 1-3.
No. 18 Albany 12, Siena 10: Jess Antelmi recorded a career-best four goals and had three assists for the visiting Great Danes (3-1). The Saints fell to 0-5.
No. 17 Loyola 15, Michigan 8: Mike Sawyer had a career-high seven points, five goals and two assists, to lead the Greyhounds (4-0) past the host Wolverines (1-5).
Sawyer helped Loyola become the first squad since 2001 to score 10 or more goals in four straight games, while also giving the team its first 4-0 start since 2002.
McDaniel 12, York 11, 2OT: DJ Rickels (Boys' Latin) scored his fourth goal with 2:06 left in the second overtime to lift the Green Terror (3-2) over the host Spartans (2-2).
Salisbury 16, Ursinus 4: Matt Cannone had seven goals and one assist to power the host Sea Gulls (6-0) past the Bears (2-1).
Stevenson 11, Widener 3: Billy Burgoyne had two goals and an assist to lead the host Mustangs (4-0) past the Pioneers (0-4).
Goucher 6, Frostburg State 3: The visiting Gophers (5-1) used a 4-0 run to beat the Bobcats (2-3).
Messiah 11, Hood 3: The host Blazers (1-5) didn't score in the first or fourth quarters.
No. 19 Fairfield 9, Quinnipiac 6: John Snellman had a hat trick for the Stags (5-0), who are off to the best start in program history. Dylan Webster had four goals for the Bobcats (0-3).