Stevenson 11, Hampden-Sydney 5: Chris Dashiell and Tyler Reid each scored four goals to power the visiting Mustangs (2-0) past the Tigers (1-1).
Stevenson opened the first quarter with a 5-0 run.
Frostburg State 10, Catholic 8: The visiting Bobcats (1-0) broke a halftime tie at 5 by outscoring the Cardinals (1-1) 3-1 in the third quarter.
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Spenser Love (Winters Mill) scored his fourth goal with 14:43 left in the game. Frostburg scored back-to-back goals before giving up the last two.
Hood 16, Rosemont 4: The host Blazers (1-1) led 9-1 at halftime and were never threatened.
Pat Harrington and Mike Higgs (Towson Catholic) each scored three goals for Hood. The Ramblers fell to 0-1.
Washington College 16, Goucher 8: The visiting Shoremen (1-0) scored eight goals in the first quarter to race past the Gophers (1-1).
Hunter Nowicki (Franklin) and Grant Hughes each had a hat trick for Washington College.
No. 12 Georgetown 13, Towson 10: The host Hoyas (2-0), led by Caroline Tarzian's five goals, used a 5-0 run to break open a one-goal game and beat the Tigers (0-2).
Sarah Maloof (South River) had four goals for Towson.
Towson scored first as Maloof and Paige Duncan (Broadneck) connected at 28:26. Georgetown scored the next two goals before Rhiannon Coogle (North Harford) tied the game at 26 minutes.
No. 15 Johns Hopkins 19, Bucknell 4: Taylor D'Amore had six goals and three assists and Sarah Taylor added four goals to power the host Blue Jays (3-0) past the Bison (0-3).
Bucknell committed 28 turnovers, and Hopkins opened with a 8-0 run.
UMBC 7, California 5: After trailing 2-1 midway through the first half, the host Retrievers (2-0), led by Lindsay Cox with four goals, scored five straight to take the lead for good.
The Golden Bears fell to 0-2.
Columbia 15, Mount St. Mary's 4: The host Lions (1-0) scored six times in the final 15 minutes of the first half for a 7-1 lead at the break.
After Columbia went up 1-0, Erin Seipp (Notre Dame Prep) tied the score 51/2 minutes into the game.
McDaniel 15, Elizabethtown 14, OT: Danielle Entrot (Centennial) scored the game-winner on a free-position shot with 5:12 left in overtime to lift the host Green Terror (1-0) over the Blue Jays (1-1).
Entrot finished with a game-high five goals. McDaniel trailed 14-12 with 5:35 left in regulation. The Green Terror scored twice in the final 2:16, including the tying goal by Anna Beaudry with 42 seconds left, to force overtime.
Salisbury 19, Stevenson 5: Katie Bollhorst (St. Mary's) had three goals and an assist to lead the host Sea Gulls (1-0) past the Mustangs (0-1).
Hood 18, Waynesburg 5: Caitlin Lawrence (Catholic) set a school record for most goals in a game, 11, to lead the host Blazers (1-0). Katie Vu held the previous record at nine. Lawrence has 101 career goals, third on the school's all-time list.
The Yellow Jackets fell to 0-1.
York 18, Goucher 10: The visiting Spartans (1-0) scored 33 seconds into the game and beat the Gophers (0-1).
Dickinson 19, St. Mary's 9: Claire Manoli started a 5-0 run with 15:34 left in the first half and the Red Devils (1-1) beat the Seahawks (1-1).