Air Force took a 7-4 lead with 2:42 left in the first half when Tommy McKee fed a pass over the goal to Ryland De Pol, who pushed a shot past Loyola goalkeeper Jack Runkel. The goal capped a 4-0 Falcons run over six-plus minutes.
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Loyola's Justin Ward scored with 6:20 on the clock to tie the game at 7. Later on, Phil Dobson scored to put the Greyhounds ahead 8-7.
Air Force finally broke the 10-0 run when Kyle Cassady scored off a pass from Keith Dreyer with 1:25 left in the game.
Navy 13, Holy Cross 7: The host Midshipmen (4-3, 2-1 Patriot League) staged a strong second-half effort to beat the Crusaders (4-4, 0-2).
An extra-man goal by Erik Hoffstadt at 9:16 in the third period sparked a five-goal run for Navy. The Mids' defense did not give up a goal for the final 25:57.
Towson 10, Stony Brook 9: Carl Iacona had his second consecutive multiple-goal game, leading the visiting Tigers (3-3) past the Seawolves (1-5).
Stony Brook scored three goals in 1:08 during the fourth quarter to come within one goal.
Drexel 11, Mount St. Mary's 6: The Mountaineers (2-4) fell to the visiting Dragons (3-5).
Daniel Stranix scored twice for the Mount to close out the third quarter with Drexel leading 8-6.
Goucher 12, Washington & Jefferson 7: The Gophers (8-1, 1-0 Landmark) scored three times on a two-minute, nonreleasable unnecessary-roughness penalty that was assessed to the Presidents (1-5, 0-1) in the fourth quarter.
Rory Averett became the third men's player in Goucher history to reach 200 career points when he scored the first of his five goals.
St. Mary's 14, Frostburg State 4: Patrick Mull (Fallston) had seven assists to set a single-game school record for the Seahawks (3-3, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) in their win over the host Bobcats (2-6, 0-1).
Washington College 10, McDaniel 9: The Shoremen (4-2, 1-0 Centennial Conference) scored seven straight goals to turn a five-goal deficit into a win over the Green Terror (4-4, 0-1).
Grant Hughes paced Washington with three goals while Hunter Nowicki had a goal and four assists.
Wesley 7, Hood 6, OT: Scott Brozey scored the tying goal with 8:54 left in the third quarter and the game-winner 1:13 into the first overtime period as the Wolverines (1-4, 1-0 CAC) edged the host Blazers (2-7, 0-1).
SUNY-Cortland 13, Stevenson 9: Greg Wright scored all three of his goals in the third quarter while Cody Consul totaled two of his game-high six points as the host Red Dragons (4-0) outscored the Mustangs (5-2).
The loss marked the first time this season that Stevenson's defense allowed more than six goals in a game.