Salisbury's men's lacrosse team held St.Mary's to one goal per quarter Wednesday and the offense racked up the points in a 16-4 victory.
Kyle Quist led the Sea Gulls (16-0, 8-0 Capital Athletic Conference) with four goals. Sam Bradman and Erik Krum each had three goals for Salisbury, who used an 8-0 run over the first two quarters to put distance between themselves and the Seahawks (9-5, 6-2).
Stevenson 17, Frostburg State 4: The host Mustangs (13-3, 7-1 CAC) led 9-1 after the first quarter. Justin Lea (Mount St.Joseph) and Tyler Reid each scored three goals for Stevenson. The Bobcats fell to 2-14, 0-8.
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Washington College 9, Swarthmore 5: The host Shoremen (9-3, 6-1 Centennial Conference) fell behind 3-0 before scoring six straight to take the lead for good. Dominic Serio (Mount St.Joseph) and Bennett Cord each scored twice to lead Washington College.
Salisbury 21, Wesley 3: Amanda Holsclaw (Edgewood) led 15 Sea Gulls scorers with four goals as host Salisbury stayed perfect at 16-0, 8-0 CAC.
Stevenson 16, Hood 4: Marissa Meiklejohn (Old Mill) and Mandy Marston (Institute of Notre Dame) each scored four goals for the host Mustangs (8-6, 5-3 CAC).
Catholic 22, McDaniel 9: Paige Messersmith (Dulaney) had a hat trick in a loss for the host Green Terror (6-9).
The Cardinals (9-5) had a two-goal advantage before Linday Brophy scored her fourth goal, she finished with five, with a 1:16 left in the half to start a 6-0 run.
No. 6 Notre Dame 12, No. 18 Vanderbilt 11: Jaimie Morrison scored four of the first five goals as the host Fighting Irish (11-2) opened with a 5-0 run in beating the Commodores (7-7).
Vanderbilt scored three of the last four goals, including an unassisted goal by Alex Priddy (Severn) with 1:43 left to bring the Commodores to within one.