After falling behind 1-0, the Mids (5-3, 3-1 Patriot League) scored seven of the next eight goals to take control of the game and owned a 7-3 advantage at the half.
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The Raiders tied the game at 10 seven seconds into the fourth quarter when faceoff specialist Robert Grabher won the draw and ran straight up the middle to score.
Jones gave the Mids an 11-10 edge with 7:15 remaining in the game.
The nation's leading scorer, Peter Baum, forced the final tie for Colgate with 2:38 left.
Towson 13, Delaware 8: The Tigers (5-3, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association), who never trailed in the game, have now won three straight for the first time since the 2010 season.
The five-goal margin of victory is Towson's largest against the Blue Hens (3-6, 0-2) since an 18-4 win on March 23, 2002.
Sophomore Thomas DeNapoli had a career-high four points with two goals and two assists to lead the Tigers.
Seniors Sean Maguire and Matt Lamon, sophomore Andrew Hodgson and freshman Robby Zoppo also had multi-goal games for the Tigers.
Mount St. Mary's 15, Michigan 6: After the Mount's Brant Schmidt opened the scoring, the host Wolverines (1-8) answered with three straight goals.
Mount St. Mary's (3-4) scored two times in the final 51 seconds of the first quarter to even the score at 3.
The Mount scored the first four goals of the second quarter to take the lead for good.
Washington College 11, Franklin & Marshall 8: Bennett Cord tied his career high with game bests of five goals and six points, and Dominic Serio (Mount St. Joseph) had a career-high three goals and two assists to power the host Shoremen (6-2, 3-0 Centennial Conference) past the Diplomats (7-2, 2-1).
Salisbury 21, Frostburg State 2: Matt Cannone had five goals and three assists, and the host Sea Gulls (10-0, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) scored 17 goals in the first half to beat the Bobcats (2-8, 0-2).
Cannone scored four of his points in the first quarter, helping the Sea Gulls jump out to a 7-1 lead.
St. Mary's 12, Hood 7: Matt Tarrant had a game-high five points and his fourth straight hat trick to power the host Seahawks (6-3, 3-0 CAC) past the Blazers (2-8, 0-2).
St. Mary's has won four straight. The Seahawks took a 4-0 lead with four minutes left in the first quarter and led 8-1 at the break.
Goucher 18, Drew 8: The Gophers (9-1, 2-0 Landmark) scored the game's first five goals in their win over the Rangers (5-2, 1-1). Freshman Pierce Ingram scored seven goals on seven shots for Goucher.
Stevenson 13, Mary Washington 6: The visiting Mustangs (7-2, 2-0 CAC) led 4-3 at halftime and scored the first five goals of the second half to beat the Eagles (6-2, 2-1).
Haverford 4, McDaniel 3: The visiting Fords (2-6, 1-2 Centennial) scored a pair of goals in a seven-second span in the first quarter to push past the Green Terror (4-5, 0-3).
Loyola 15, No. 12 Georgetown 14, OT: Freshman Annie Thomas scored the winning goal with 37 seconds left in overtime to lift the visiting Greyhounds (5-3, 1-0 Big East) over the Hoyas (4-4, 1-1).
Freshman Sydney Thomas tied a career-high four goals to lead Loyola, while Marlee Paton and freshman Hannah Schmitt each had three. For Georgetown, Caroline Tarzian and Sophia Thomas had four goals each, while Dina Jackson and Kelyn Freedman contributed two.
The game was the third overtime game played between the rivals at Multi-Sport Field since 2006, with the Hoyas earning a 9-8 win in 2006 and a 13-12 decision in 2010.
In addition, Loyola's victory marks its second over Georgetown since the Greyhounds joined the Big East, while it is also the first time Loyola has been victorious in Washington since 1979.
No. 5 Maryland 14, James Madison 8: Karri Ellen Johnson and Katie Schwarzmann combined for eight goals as the Terps (9-2) topped the host Dukes (4-5).
Maryland began the game on a 6-0 run, led by two goals and two assists from Alex Aust. The Terps held the Dukes scoreless until the 19:06 mark in the first half.
Haverford 10, McDaniel 9, OT: The visiting Fords (3-5, 1-1 CC) scored five of the game's final six goals, including the game-winner with 44.6 seconds left in overtime, to beat the Green Terror (4-4, 1-1).
Anna Beaudry had a hat trick for McDaniel, and Josie Ferri had four goals for Haverford.
Danielle Entrot (Centennial) found a cutting Bridget Bopst (South Carroll) with 5:35 left to put McDaniel ahead 9-8. However, Ferri converted an 8-yard shot in a two-men-up situation with 4:12 to play to force overtime.
Goucher 9, Widener 3: The host Gophers (3-6) took a 3-0 lead and never looked back. Hannah Khin scored four goals for Goucher. The Pioneers fell to 2-3.
Ashley Shaner had seven saves for the Gophers, only allowing goals on free-position attempts.
Frostburg State 18, Wesley 11: Malory Brunett (River Hill) scored a career-high six times to power the visting Bobcats (4-5, 2-1 CAC) over the Wolverines (4-6, 0-4).
Frostburg State pushed its lead up in the second half with a 3-0 run over the final 28 minutes.
Centenary 21, Notre Dame (Md.) 11: The host Cyclones (7-0, 3-0 Colonial States Athletic Conference) used a 7-0 run in the first half to pull away from the Gators (2-4, 1-2).
Allison Terry (Catholic) led Notre Dame with five goals and Meredith Bruce had six for Centenary.
St. Mary's 16, Marymount 8: Erin Shackelford (Annapolis) had four goals and the visiting Seahawks (5-4, 1-0 CAC) scored 11 first-half goals to beat the Saints (2-6, 1-2).
Aftre trading goals in the first three minutes, St. Mary's went on a 3-0 run and was never threatened again.
Catholic 15, Stevenson 9: The host Cardinals (2-4) outscored the Mustangs (4-3) 9-3 in the first half before trading goal for goal in the second half.
Meghan Brady had four goals for Catholic. Marissa Meiklejohn finished with a hat trick for Stevenson.
Franklin & Marshall 17, Washington College 7: Emily Hubley had a hat trick, but the host Shorewomen (4-3, 0-1 Centennial) lost their second straight. The Diplomats (6-1, 2-0) outscored Washington College 11-2 in the second half.