Aust led Maryland (12-3) in goals with four and was backed up by a trio of hat tricks from Katie Schwarzmann, Kelly McPartland and Kristy Black. Brooke Griffin had four points on a goal and three assists.
The Tigers fell to 6-5.
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Maryland erased an early 3-1 deficit with an 11-0 run that capped the first half and began the second.
Brittany Dipper led the defense with 11 saves in the cage, including six in the decisive first half. Maryland was a perfect 14-for-14 in clears and dominated the ground balls 17-11. Reserve defender Annie Farrell paced the Terps with three draw controls.
No. 14 Virginia 11, No. 16 Johns Hopkins 7: The host Blue Jays (7-5) struck first but fell behind quickly as the Cavaliers (10-5) used a 3-0 run to distance themselves.
Josie Owens led Virginia with four goals and Candace Rossi and Collen McCaffrey scored twice each for Hopkins, which has lost three straight.
Salisbury 17, Marymount 3: Allie Wheatley scored a game-high five goals to lead the Sea Gulls past the host Saints.
Wheatley moved up two spots on the Sea Gulls' all-time goal scoring list, with 128, tied at No. 7 with Jess Chmielewski (2006-2010).
The five goal output also matches a single-game career-high for Wheatley. Also matching a career high was Katie Bollhorst, with five assists in the contest. With those five helpers, Bollhorst moves into a tie for sixth place on Salisbury's all-time assist leaderboard.
Notre Dame (Md.) 14, Rosemont 1: Allison Terry (Catholic) scored four goals and the host Gators (5-4, 3-2 Colonial States Athletic Conference) won their third in a row.
The Ravens fell to 0-11 and 0-7. Notre Dame scored 11 straight.
Washington College 10, Haverford 7: Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) scored a career-high five goals and assisted on one as the visiting Shorewomen (8-4, 4-2 Centennial Conference) beat the Fords (5-8, 3-3) on Swan Field.
Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) gave Washington College a 1-0 lead 3:40 into the game.
Stevenson 20, Frostburg State 4: Marissa Meiklejohn (five goals) led a balanced attack as the host Mustangs (7-5, 4-2 CAC) scored 10 goals in each half.
Kaitlyn Dudley scored twice for the Bobcats (4-10, 2-5). She scored her team's first goal with 2:39 left in the first half.
Mary Washington 22, Hood 3: The host Blazers (2-13, 0-6 CAC) have lost 11 in a row.
Salisbury 24, Wesley 3: The host Sea Gulls (14-0, 6-0 Capital Athletic Conference) opened with an 11-0 run and cruised past the Wolverines (2-10, 2-5).
Erik Krum scored a game-high seven goals, three each in the first and third quarters, to lead Salisbury.