For the second consecutive game, Andrew Scalley recorded six goals and four assists to lead host Mount St. Mary's past Georgetown, 14-6, on Tuesday in men's lacrosse.
The win was the first for the Mount (4-4) over the Hoyas (2-3) since 1991.
Scalley (Archbishop Spalding), the reigning Northeast Conference Player of the Week, tied career highs with 10 points and six goals. He became just the third player in school history to join the 200-point club with 202 for his career.
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Cody Lehrer (Dulaney) and Eric Ososki finished with two goals each for the Mount, and Brett Schmidt (St. Mary's Ryken) scored a goal for the 36th game in a row, which is the longest streak in the nation.
Washington College 18, Catholic 3: Stephen Luck (Boys' Latin) had three goals to power the host Shoremen (5-0) past the Cardinals (3-5).
Goucher 17, Greensboro 4: Hannah Khin had six goals to lead the host Gophers (5-2) past the Pride (0-7).
Shenandoah 15, Frostburg State 5: The Hornets (2-1) opened with a 3-0 run and never trailed the host Bobcats (2-2).
No. 15 Colgate 12, Binghamton 5: Peter Baum scored a team-high six goals to power the host Raiders (5-2) past the Bearcats (2-3).
Baum and Matt Walsh scored 10 of Colgate's 12 goals in the Raiders' second straight win. Colgate's defense limited Binghamton to one goal per quarter in the first three quarters.
Bucknell 17, No. 18 Drexel 8: Thomas Flibotte tied a school freshman record with six goals as the host Bison (5-1) rode an 11-goal first half to upset the Dragons (4-2).
Bucknell has won four straight.
No. 5 Princeton 15, Manhattan 2: The host Tigers (4-1) outscored the Jaspers (1-5) in the second and third quarters by a 6-0 margin.
No. 2 Florida 18, Lehigh 2: Nora Barry had three goals, and the host Gators (10-0) took a commanding 14-0 lead over the Mountain Hawks (2-4) at halftime.