UMBC (4-2) scored 11 second-half goals punctuated by an 8-0 run to break the game open and upset No. 18 Drexel on Saturday, 14-8.
The visiting Dragons (5-1) took a 3-1 lead before Alyssa Semones (Westminster) scored two of her four goals in 16 seconds to tie the game. Drexel scored with six seconds left before halftime to enter the break up 4-3.
No. 15 Navy 14, Lehigh 4: The Mids (6-0, 1-0 Patriot League) extended their conference winning streak to 11 as they toppled the visiting Mountain Hawks (2-3, 0-1). Navy held Lehigh to 11 shots for the game.
Navy's Jasmine DePompeo had four goals and three assists, and Loren Generi added three goals and two assists.
No. 7 Syracuse 10, No. 16 Towson 3: After trailing by one at halftime, the Tigers (1-4) were shut out in the second half as the visiting Orange (3-2) rolled to victory.
Kelsea Donnelly tied her career high with 11 saves, but Syracuse outshot Towson 35-13 for the game. The Tigers were held to five shots in the second half.
Villanova 16, Mount St. Mary's 7: The Wildcats (2-3) opened a 10-3 lead before halftime to dominate the visiting Mountaineers (1-5).
Erin Seipp scored two goals for Mount St.Mary's.
Frostburg State 13, Allegheny 12, OT: With 12 seconds left in overtime, Megan White scored one of her three goals to push the Bobcats (2-1) past the visiting Gators (3-1). Frostburg's Ellie Garner scored with seven seconds left in regulation to send the game into overtime.
Salisbury 15, Washington & Lee 5: Seven players scored for the Sea Gulls (3-0) as they beat the host Generals (2-4). Shelby Nemecek had four goals to lead Salisbury.
Randolph-Macon 17, Hood 6: Caitlin Lawrence had three goals and one assist as the Blazers (2-2) fell to the host Yellow Jackets (4-0).
Notre Dame (Md.) 13, Hiram 1: The Gators (1-1) dominated in their home opener against the Terriers (1-2). Molly Murray (Aberdeen) and Brittany Peddicord (Dulaney) each had three goals for Notre Dame.
McDaniel 20, Bridgewater (Va.) 13: Danielle Entrot scored five goals and the Green Terror (2-1) took an early 9-2 lead and went on to beat the Eagles (0-3).
Goucher 15, Virginia Wesleyan 8: The Gophers (3-2) took an early 7-1 lead to help defeat the Marlins (1-3). Erin Reifsnyder led Goucher with four goals.
Washington College 17, Shenandoah 9: The host Shorewomen (4-0) outshot the Hornets (1-1) 40-18.
No. 2 Florida 14, No. 13 Dartmouth 9: The Gators (9-0) ended a two-year home winning streak by the Big Green (4-1).
After trailing early, Florida scored seven of the next eight goals to lead 9-4 at the half.
No. 5 Duke 11, No. 8 Georgetown 10: The host Hoyas (4-1) fell short against the Blue Devils (6-1).
Georgetown had an opportunity to tie the game in the final seconds, but Duke's Kelsey Duryea made a critical save to help seal the game.
No. 3 North Carolina 8, No. 10 Virginia 7: The Tar Heels (5-1, 1-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) held off the visiting Cavaliers (2-4, 0-2) in the final minute to gain the victory.
No. 6 Notre Dame 16, Boston U. 11: The Terriers (1-2) led 8-4 at halftime but the host Irish (5-0) scored 12 goals in the second half to win. Boston forced 16 turnovers in the first half.
No. 17 Stony Brook 21, Longwood 3: Demmianne Cook (six goals) and Claire Petersen (11 assists) led the Seawolves (4-1) over the visiting Lancers (4-1).
No. 19 Penn 14, Harvard 5: The Quakers (1-3, 1-0 Ivy League) shut out the host Crimson (0-3, 0-2) in the first half to lead 9-0.
No. 20 Boston College 15, Virginia Tech 7: Sophomore Covie Stanwick had four goals and an assist as the visiting Eagles (3-3, 1-0 ACC) beat the Hokies (3-4, 0-2).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun