No. 4 Maryland wasted little time getting its offense rolling in a 20-7 season-opening victory at Richmond on Sunday.
Schwarzmann started the Terps' scoring with a goal just 19 seconds into the game.
Navy 23, Winthrop 4: Aimee Gennaro scored six goals and Jasmine DePompeo had seven points to lead the Mids (1-0) to a season-opening win over the visiting Eagles (1-1).
Navy scored the game's first four goals and took a 14-1 lead in the first 20 minutes.
Gennaro scored her six goals on just seven shots and notched her 17th career hat trick.
DePompeo matched her career high of five assists and now has 101 in her career, the highest total in Navy history.
The Eagles were coming off a 20-10 win over host Howard in their debut Friday. Freshman attacker Megan Wallenhorst (Centennial) scored the first goal in Winthrop history and finished with four. Freshman midfielder Hayley Krause (Bel Air) scored a game-high five goals for the Eagles. and sophomore midfielder Alyssa Blevins (C. Milton Wright, UMBC) added two goals and an assist. Freshman attacker Danielle Ellis (St. Mary's) chipped in a goal and an assist, and freshman midfielder Logan McCarthy (Broadneck) added a goal in the win. Freshman goalie Camille King (Severna Park) made 12 saves for Winthrop.
No. 6 Duke 23, Presbyterian 0: The Blue Devils (2-0) collected the second shutout in program history and first since 1998 in a victory over the visiting Blue Hose (0-1). The 23-goal margin was also the largest in school history.
No. 14 Massachusetts 18, Southern California 9: After a back-and-forth first half, the Minutewomen (1-1) scored 12 in the second half to beat the host Trojans (0-2). Katie Ferris had a game-high nine points with six goals and three assists.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun