Loyola Maryland dropped its eighth straight road game, falling to host Bucknell, 70-60, on Wednesday night.
The Greyhounds were led by Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons), who finished with 20 points, seven rebounds, three assists and three steals.
Cameron Ayers led the Bison with 17 points to help them end a two-game losing streak.
After trailing 31-28 at the break, Loyola scored 10 of the first 13 points of the second half to take a 38-34 lead. Sophomore forward Franz Rassman sparked the rally by tallying the first seven points for the Greyhounds, who led 35-33 at the 17:37 mark.
Bucknell (9-9, 4-3) took the lead for good when Ben Brackney converted three free throws to put the Bison ahead 47-45 with 7:47 remaining.
Fouls plagued the Greyhounds (8-10, 3-4), as three players fouled out. Bucknell attempted more than twice as many free throws as Loyola, converting 27 of 34 from the line. The Greyhounds finished 8-for-16.
Lehigh 68, Navy 66, OT: The visiting Mountain Hawks halted a five-game losing streak.
Lehigh, which beat Navy for the eighth straight time, improved to 9-11 overall and 2-5 in the Patriot League, while Navy, which last beat Lehigh on Feb. 10, 2010, dropped to 7-11 overall and 2-5 in the league.
Lehigh senior guard Mackey McKnight scored the game-winner on a driving layup with 1.1 seconds left in overtime.
Navy junior forward Worth Smith scored a game-high and career-best 26 points and was supported by freshman guard Grant Vermeer's 13 points. Junior guard Brandon Venturini and freshman guard Zach Fong each added 10 for the Midshipmen.
Freshman center Tim Kempton led the Mountain Hawks with 15 points.
McKnight tied the game at 58 with 19 seconds left in regulation. Venturini missed a layup with two seconds to play, and Smith came up short on a follow-up that sent the game into overtime.
Christopher Newport at St.Mary's, ppd: Because of inclement weather, the game between the Captains (11-4, 4-3 Capital Athletic Conference) and the Seahawks (11-4, 5-2) was postponed and moved to Monday at 8 p.m.
Bowie State 81, Virginia Union 70: The Bulldogs (8-11, 2-6 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) beat host Virginia Union (4-14, 3-6) as Bowie State's Ray Gatling and Zafir Williams combined for 38 points.
Juniata 60, Goucher 57: Despite a game-high 23 points from Julian Livingston, the host Gophers (7-9, 2-3 Landmark Conference) fell to the Eagles (12-4, 3-2).
Frostburg State 72, York 68: Frostburg State (2-14, 1-7 CAC) won its second game of the year over host York (2-14, 1-7). Jabari Kamu scored a game-high 18, and each Bobcats starter scored in double figures.
McDaniel 52, Gettysburg 47: McDaniel (12-4, 7-2 Centennial Conference) went on a 16-5 run to turn a seven-point deficit into a five-point lead with 1:04 to play en route to a victory at Gettysburg (6-10, 4-5).
Hood 62, Lebanon Valley 61: Cameron Cook made two free throws with five seconds left to push the Blazers (12-4, 6-3 Centennial) past the Flying Dutchmen (5-10, 3-6).
Marymount 65, Salisbury 58: Brandyn Wilkerson had a career-high 18 points, but the Sea Gulls (6-9, 2-5 CAC) lost to the Saints (11-4, 4-3).
Elizabethtown 65, Stevenson 63: Stevenson (12-4, 7-2 Commonwealth Conference) sophomore Erik Fisher converted a layup with six seconds remaining, but Phil Wegner hit a running three pointer to give Elizabethtown (7-9, 4-5) the victory.
Johns Hopkins 91, Washington College 63: The host Blue Jays (9-7, 6-3 Centennial) pushed their lead to as many as 29 points before getting the win over Washington College (4-12, 3-6). Hopkins sophomore Gene Williams scored a career-high 25 points.
Navy 73, Lehigh 61: Alix Membreno had 18 points and the visiting Mids (15-3, 7-0 Patriot League) captured their eighth straight win, beating the Mountain Hawks (9-9, 2-5). Navy remains in first place in the Patriot League.
Bucknell, 67 Loyola 60: Aubrey Dotson had a game-high 28 points to lead the Bison (10-7, 5-2 Patriot League) past the host Greyhounds (4-14, 1-6).
Bowie State 51, Virginia Union 49: In the closing minute, Ashley Castle made a layup and Donia Naylor went 1-for-2 from the foul line as the Bulldogs (7-9, 2-6 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association) beat the host Panthers (4-12, 1-7).
Johns Hopkins 65, Washington College 49: Fatu Conteh and Katie Clark combined for 36 points to power the host Blue Jays (12-3, 10-0 Centennial Conference) past the Shorewomen (5-10, 4-5).
McDaniel 78, Gettysburg 76, OT: Emma Wingerd (12 points) sank a 16-foot jumper with 3.2 seconds left in overtime to lift the Green Terror (11-4, 6-3 Centennial Conference) over the host Bullets (9-6, 5-5), whose home winning streak ended at 18 games.
Hood 60, Lebanon Valley 58, OT: The Blazers (5-11, 2-7 Commonwealth) made half their points in overtime, four, from the free-throw line to beat the host Flying Dutchmen (13-3, 7-2).
Hood's Rachel Wiley and Allie Appleby each went 1-for-2 from the line in the final 57 seconds to secure the win.
Marymount 63, Salisbury 57, OT: Katelyn Fischer (Seton Keough) scored all nine points during a 9-3 run in overtime to lift the host Saints (10-6, 6-2 Capital Athletic Conference) over the Sea Gulls (9-7, 5-3). Fischer finished with 19 points, and Sarah Seipp had 22 for Salisbury.
Elizabethtown 69, Stevenson 48: The visiting Mustangs (8-8, 6-3 Commonwealth Conference) shot 29.5 percent while the Blue Jays (13-2, 7-2) shot 45.6 percent.
York 96, Frostburg State 54: The visiting Bobcats (3-11, 1-7 CAC) were outscored 48-8 in the first half. The Spartans stayed perfect at 16-0, 8-0.
Juniata 82, Goucher 46: Sharnell Huff had a game-high 23 points, but the Gophers (5-10, 1-4 Landmark) fell to the host Eagles (8-8, 1-3).
Christopher Newport at St. Mary's, ppd: Because of inclement weather, the game between the Captains (13-2, 6-1 Capital Athletic Conference) and the Seahawks (6-8, 3-4) was postponed and moved to 6 p.m. Monday.
Notre Dame (Md.) at Cairn, ppd: Because of inclement weather, the game between the Gators (1-15, 1-7 Colonial States Athletic Conference) and the Highlanders (0-12, 0-8) was moved to 6 p.m. tonight.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.