UMBC senior defender Ethan Murphy scored his first goal of the season to break an 8-8 tie and the host Retrievers held on to defeat Mount St. Mary's, 10-8, on Saturday.
Murphy scored the game-winner with 6:48 left. He also finished with six ground balls and three caused turnovers.
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UMBC goalkeeper Wes DiRito had 11 saves and allowed only two second-half goals.
The Retrievers (3-5) led 7-6 at halftime before the Mountaineers (4-6) tied the game at 7, and then again at 8.
Murphy and Scott Jones scored to put UMBC up 10-8. The Mount had a man-up advantage with 1:27 remaining, but failed to find the back of the net.
Pat Young, Matt Gregoire and Jones led the Retrievers with two goals each. UMBC junior Phil Poe won 16 of 22 faceoffs.
Attackmen Mike Sawyer and Zach Herreweyers each scored a hat trick for Loyola (7-2, 3-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference), which won 11 of 17 faceoffs and never trailed.
Michigan (0-9, 0-3) was down 5-1 at halftime before the Greyhounds scored four straight goals to open the third quarter. Loyola held the Wolverines to just 11 shots in the second half, and only three of them were on target.
Greyhounds defensemen Joe Fletcher (three), Pat Frazier and T.J. Harris (two each) caused a total of seven turnovers, and short-stick midfielder Josh Hawkins had two.
Washington College 14, McDaniel 12: The host Shoremen (7-0, 1-0 Centennial Conference) beat the Green Terror (3-6, 0-1) behind Jim Cusick's five goals.
Washington College led 11-7 in the third quarter before McDaniel scored three straight goals. Fourth-quarter goals by Cusick and Hunter Nowicki put the game out of reach.
Zach Monzo and William Clary each had a hat trick for the Green Terror, and Christian Dallmus made 22 saves.
Six players scored for Salisbury, which won 15 of 16 faceoffs en route to its eighth straight victory.
Tyler Smith led the Sea Gulls with four goals, while Alex Taylor had a season-high 17 saves.
Goucher 11, Drew 5: The host Gophers (3-6, 2-0 Landmark Conference) scored just 1:16 into the game and defeated the Rangers (1-4, 0-2).
Seven players scored for Goucher, which also outshot Drew 51-25.
Gophers goalkeeper Connor Mishaw finished with 13 saves.