John Haus had a career-high six points for the Terps, but No. 7 Maryland lost, 13-11, to No. 12 Colgate on Saturday.
The visiting Terrapins (9-5) led 9-7 with 2:08 remaining in the third quarter, but the Raiders (13-3) scored twice in the last 38seconds of the third to tie the game at 9.
Colgate scored the first two goals of the fourth quarter to lead 11-9 with 12:28 to play.
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Michael Shakespeare trimmed the deficit to one with his first goal of the game with 9:43 to go, but Ryan Walsh scored an unassisted goal with 3:46 to play to give the Raiders a 12-10 lead.
St. Vincent 12, Frostburg State 7: The visiting Bobcats (2-15) were held scoreless in the third quarter and fell to the Bearcats (6-9).
St. Vincent led 8-6 at halftime and shut out Frostburg in the third quarter.
No. 10 Loyola 13, No. 2 Syracuse 7: The visiting Greyhounds (13-5) pushed past the Orange (16-3) to claim their second-straight Big East title. The win ends Syracuse's 15-game winning streak and secures Loyola the Big East's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
Syracuse scored the first goal of the second half, but Loyola went on a 6-0 run for a 13-4 advantage at the 8:08 mark.
No. 18 Navy 10, Oregon 9, OT: Jasmine DePompeo had a game-high five points to lead the visiting Midshipmen (18-2) past the Ducks (14-5) in the NCAA play-in game.
Navy scored twice in the last 8:30 to tie the game at 9 and force overtime.
Aimee Gennaro scored the game-winning goal for the Midshipmen with 3:04 remaining in overtime.
No. 13 Towson 15, Monmouth 5: A dominating first half led the host Tigers (16-3) past the Hawks (9-11) in the NCAA play-in game.
Towson opened the game on a 5-0 run. Monmouth scored a pair of goals, but the Tigers scored seven of the final eight goals in the half to give Towson a 12-3 halftime lead.
No. 17 Syracuse 12, St. John's 4: Tommy Palasek had a career-tying six points, three goals and three assists, and the Orange (9-7) built a 7-0 first-half lead to capture the inaugural Big East championship at Villanova Stadium. Kieran McArdle scored twice for the Red Storm (8-7).
Stony Brook 14, Albany 8: Jeff Tundo scored four goals and added an assist to power the host Seawolves (7-9) past the Great Danes (6-10) for the America East championship. America East Player of the Year Joe Resetarits was held to one goal and one assist by the Seawolves.
The teams were tied at 5 with 10:55 remaining in the second quarter, but the Minutemen scored five straight goals to push ahead.
No. 2 Florida 14, No. 1 Northwestern 7: The host Gators (17-2) have done twice what no other team has been able to do: hand the Wildcats (17-2) a loss. Freshman draw specialist Shannon Gilroy scored seven to claim the American Lacrosse Conference championship.
Albany 9, Stony Brook 7: The visiting Great Danes (12-5) used a 5-1 run in the first to push past the Seawolves (14-5) and win the America East championship.