Johns Hopkins opened with a 4-0 run and never trailed as the visiting Blue Jays (5-2) upset No. 13 Georgetown, 16-12, in women's lacrosse Wednesday.
Taylor D'Amore finished with a game-high five goals and Sammy Cermack added four for Hopkins, which has won two straight.
The Hoyas (2-3) scored just four goals in the first half. Georgetown has lost three straight.
No. 13 Loyola 14, Delaware 5: Marlee Paton scored a game-high five goals to lead a season-high 10 Greyhounds in scoring at the Ridley Athletic Complex.
Navy 19, Old Dominion 5: Freshman Loren Generi had four goals and two assists and won 10 draws to lead the host Mids (9-1) to their ninth straight win.
UMBC 13, Colgate 11: Taelar Errington and Lindsay Cox each had a hat trick as the host Retrievers (3-4) took an early lead and held off the Red Raiders (1-6).
Frostburg State 22, West Virginia Wesleyan 2: Host Frostburg State (3-2) took a 3-0 lead two minutes into the game and never looked back.
Occidental 13, Goucher 10: The visiting Gophers' 6-2 lead evaporated when the host Tigers (7-1) scored eight straight.
No. 3 Duke 18, Virginia Tech 8: Freshman Taylor Trimble had a career-high five goals, including the first three, to power the visiting Blue Devils (8-2, 2-0 ACC) past the Hokies (4-4, 0-2).
No. 10 Dartmouth 13, Vermont 9: Kristen Giovanniello made a career-high 17 saves for the host Big Green (4-0).
No. 11 Virginia 10, William & Mary 3: Sloan Warren had a hat trick to lead the Cavaliers (4-3) past the host Tribe (2-5).
No. 20 Albany 16, No. 12 Boston College 12: Amanda Pollock scored a career-high five goals as the host Great Danes (5-1) upset the Eagles (4-3).
No. 15 Penn State 11, Hofstra 9: Tatum Coffey had a natural hat trick with 26:43 left in the first half to power the visiting Nittany Lions (6-2) past the Pride (2-5).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun