Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) scored six goals to lift No. 2 Maryland to a 19-10 victory over No. 6 Duke on Saturday.
Glaros, a senior, nearly doubled her previous goal output for the season and added three draw controls, two ground balls and two caused turnovers to give the visiting Terps (6-0, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) their first conference win. Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) added a season-high five goals and had seven draw controls, three caused turnovers and a pair of ground balls.
Maryland took a 5-0 lead 7 minutes, 15seconds into the game, with Glaros scoring three goals and Cummings two.
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Maddy Acton put host Duke (3-2, 0-1) on the board at 21:17 with an unassisted score, but Glaros answered with a transition goal off an interception 20 seconds later for a 6-1 Terps advantage.
James Madison 8, No. 7 Loyola Maryland 7: The visiting Greyhounds (2-2) suffered their second one-goal loss of the week, falling to the Dukes (3-1).
Marlee Paton led Loyola with two goals.
No. 20 Johns Hopkins 17, American 5: Taylor D'Amore scored twice and the host Blue Jays (5-0) beat the Eagles (1-4).
Hopkins scored eight of the first nine goals. The Blue Jays upset Loyola, 6-5, on Wednesday.
UMBC 7, La Salle 6: Shannon Harkey's second goal broke a 6-6 tie with 4:39 left, as the visiting Retrievers (2-2) beat the Explorers (3-1).
Mount St. Mary's 18, Delaware State 3: Erin Seipp (Notre Dame Prep) scored five goals to power the Mount (1-2) past the host Hornets (0-4).
Salisbury 17, Catholic 9: Bethany Baer (Westminster), Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) and Katy Haker (Westminster) each had a hat trick to lead the host Sea Gulls (3-0) to their 26th straight win, beating the Cardinals (1-1).
St. Mary's 13, Virginia Wesleyan 4: Shelby Newman (Manchester Valley) and Abbey Harrison each had two goals and an assist to lead the Seahawks (1-3) past the Blue Marlins (1-2).
Hood 16, Washington & Jefferson 4: Ashley Kitzmiller (Manchester Valley) scored four goals and the host Blazers (2-0) used a 12-0 run to beat the Presidents (0-1).
Lebanon Valley 15, Goucher 11: The visiting Gophers (1-2) gave up four goals in the opening eight minutes and fell to the Dutchmen (2-1).
Stockton 16, Notre Dame Maryland 4: The host Ospreys (1-0) scored six goals over the first seven minutes and beat the Gators (0-1).
Rowan 12, Washington College 8: Caroline Lovett scored three goals, but the Shorewomen (0-1) lost to the host Profs (2-0).
Bridgewater (Va.) 12, Frostburg State 9: The visiting Eagles (2-1) scored six goals in each half to beat the Bobcats (1-2).
SUNY-Brockport 11, Stevenson 9: Kathyrn Merrick (Bel Air) had four goals, but the host Mustangs (0-3) fell to the Golden Eagles (1-1) in the Stevenson Classic.
No. 9 Johns Hopkins 15, No. 6 Princeton 9: The Blue Jays (4-0) used an 8-1 run to pull away from the host Tigers (2-1).
Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) scored five goals and Wells Stanwick (Boys' Latin) three as Hopkins won its fourth straight at Princeton.
The Tigers outshot the Blue Jays 37-35, but Hopkins goalie Eric Schneider made 13 saves.
No. 10 Loyola Maryland 14, No. 17 Lehigh 7: Kevin Ryan scored a career-high five goals, and Jack Runkel made 13 saves to lead the Greyhounds (4-1, 2-0 Patriot League) past the host Mountain Hawks (4-1, 1-1).
No. 19 Towson 9, Mount St. Mary's 1: Tyler White made 10 saves and the host Tigers (3-2) set a program record for the fewest goals allowed in a Division I game.
Robert Jones had the lone goal for the Mount (0-5) with 7:45 left. Joe Seider (Hereford) and Max Siskind scored two goals each for Towson, which outshot Mount St. Mary's 40-21.
Navy 21, Holy Cross 12: T.J. Hanzsche had a career-high six goals to lead the host Midshipmen (2-2, 1-1 Patriot) past the Crusaders (0-4, 0-2).
Eight players combined to score the 21 goals for Navy, the most by the Mids since they beat Holy Cross, 23-5, on April 18, 2004.
UMBC 14, Richmond 5: Matt Gregoire (South River) had a career-high five goals and the host Retrievers (2-1) used tough defense to hold the first-year Spiders (0-4) to a season low in scoring.
Stevenson 14, Western New England 5: Tony Rossi (Calvert Hall) scored four goals to lead the host Mustangs (2-1) past the Pilgrims (0-2).
Salisbury 11, Gettysburg 9: The visiting Sea Gulls (5-0) went on a 4-2 run in the second quarter and beat the Bullets (2-1).
Rhett Depol (St. Mary's) had three goals for Salisbury.
St. Mary's 21, Drew 5: Matt Tarrant had five goals to power the Seahawks (2-1) past the Rangers (1-1) at Swarthmore.
Washington College 15, Washington & Lee 8: Jim Cusick (Calvert Hall) and Sid Looney had hat tricks to lead the Shoremen (2-0) past the host Generals (2-2).
Frostburg State 11, Lebanon Valley 4: Ryan Serio (Chesapeake-AA) and Tate Rolland each had a hat trick, and the host Bobcats (3-0) opened with a 6-0 run and beat the Flying Dutchmen (0-1).
Randolph-Macon 18, Goucher 12: Dylan Zook had three goals but the host Gophers (0-3) fell to the Yellow Jackets (1-3).
Shenandoah 9, Hood 8, OT: After a Blazers turnover, Terrence Mulvey (Chesapeake-AA) took a pass from Frank Tejera and scored the game-winner 48 seconds into overtime as the host Hornets (3-2) beat Hood (1-1).
York 13, McDaniel 7: Pat Bivons (Loyola) had a hat trick for the visiting Green Terror (0-3), but the Spartans (3-1) went on a 6-0 run to pull away.