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Salisbury men defeat Stevenson for CAC title

Salisbury is the Capital Athletic Conference champion for the 17th time after defeating Stevenson, 12-9, on Saturday at Sea Gull Stadium.

 

The Sea Gulls (19-0) used a six-goal run that lasted from 7:57 in the first quarter until 5:31 in the second quarter to take a 7-2 lead over the Mustangs (14-4).

Sam Bradman scored all three of his goals in the second half to keep the Sea Gulls on top for the remainder of the game.

Binghamton 15, UMBC 8: The host Bearcats (4-9, 1-4 America East) used two 4-0 runs in the second quarter to push past the Retrievers (5-7, 3-2).

Despite the loss, UMBC will be the No. 2 seed and will host No. 3 Albany in the America East semifinal Wednesday.

Binghamton took a 6-2 advantage with 10minutes to play in the second quarter. Matt Gregoire countered with goals 42seconds apart and the Retrievers came within 6-4 with 5:46 to play in the half, but the Bearcats used another 4-0 run to lead 10-4 at halftime.

Saint Joseph's 6, Towson 3: The Tigers (7-7, 2-4) fell to the host Hawks (6-9, 1-5) but still qualified for the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.

The teams tied the game at 2 in the first quarter, and neither team was able to score for the rest of the half.

Saint Joseph's dominated the third quarter, holding Towson scoreless and getting three goals from three players.

Mount St. Mary's 16, Wagner 7: The Mount (5-8, 2-3 Northeast Conference) claimed the final spot in the NEC tournament with its win over the host Seahawks (1-13, 1-4).

Mount St. Mary's ended the first half with a pair of goals to take a 9-3 lead. The 2-0 spurt kick-started a 7-1 run, which gave the Mount a 14-4 lead with 9:52 remaining.

Goucher 14, Merchant Marine 3: The visiting Gophers (15-1, 6-0 Landmark Conference) used a 13-0 run to achieve their 12th consecutive victory and push past the Mariners (4-11, 0-6).

Kyle Boncaro scored a goal for Goucher with 1:56 remaining in the first quarter to tie the score at 2. Goucher scored the next 12goals to take a 14-2 lead.

McDaniel 10, Swarthmore 4: The visiting Green Terror (9-6, 5-3 Centennial Conference) scored the final four goals to secure a victory over the Garnet (4-10, 2-6).

JS Duke led the attack with three goals and an assist for McDaniel.

Washington College 9, Ursinus 3: Matt Lewis (Glenelg) scored four points on two assists and two goals to push the visiting Shoremen (10-4, 7-1 CC) past the Bears (6-9, 2-6).

Washington held Ursinus scoreless in the first half.

Women

No. 20 Johns Hopkins 12, No. 12 Ohio State 9: The host Blue Jays (8-8, 1-4 American Lacrosse Conference) came back from a 4-0 deficit to push past the Buckeyes (10-5, 1-4).

Hopkins went on a 5-0 run to take a 10-5 lead by the 16:02 mark of the second half.

Taylor D'Amore, Rachel Ballatori and Candace Rossi led Hopkins with four points each.

Salisbury 17, York 5: The host Sea Gulls (18-0) claimed their 10th consecutive CAC championship with a win over the Spartans (15-3).

In the second half, Amanda Holsclaw sparked a 9-1 run to give Salisbury a 13-4 lead with 14:57 remaining.

CCBC Essex 13, Harford Community College 12: The host Knights (11-5) defeated the Fightings Owls (7-9) in the NJCAA Region XX/District B quarterfinal.

Leanne Bittner had 18 saves for CCBC Essex, and Julie Hofmann led the Knights with four goals.

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