The game was delayed a half-hour because of snow. The Fighting Irish (4-2) fell behind 1-0 to the Buckeyes (2-6) after one quarter, then scored five straight goals. Notre Dame took a 7-5 lead into the fourth quarter, then outscored Ohio State 6-2.
No. 11 Bryant 7, Providence 6: Austin Goltz scored twice in the fourth quarter, the last with 51 seconds left, to bring the host Friars (3-6) within one, but they fell to the Bulldogs (7-2).
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Bryant, led by Colin Dunster with two goals and an assist, has won five straight.
Canisius 14, No. 12 Albany 10: Miles Thompson had a game-high seven goals, but the host Great Danes (3-4) fell to the Golden Griffins (4-4).
Canisius, led by Vince Gravino with four goals, broke a tie at 6 with a 3-0 run and led the rest of the way.
UMBC 10, Wagner 5: Abby Wilson (Fallston) had two goals and two assists to lead the host Retrievers (5-4) past the Seahawks (3-5).
UMBC won 14 of 17 draws, including all eight in the first half, and went 11-for-11 on clears.
McDaniel 12, Shenandoah 5: The host Green Terror (5-2) broke a two-game losing streak, beating the Hornets (4-6).
Danielle Entrot (Centennial) had three goals and two assists for McDaniel.
Washington College 8, St. Mary's 7: The visiting Shorewomen (4-2) led by Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) with three goals, scored the final four goals of the game to beat the Seahawks (4-5).
Tori Poffenberger had a game-high four goals for St. Mary's.
No. 8 Northwestern 10, No. 10 Massachusetts 6: Kelly Rich had a career-high four goals and four assists for the visiting Wildcats (5-3), and the loss marks the end of a 31-game home winning streak by the Minutewomen (9-1).
The Massachusetts defense allowed a season-high 10 goals.
No. 11 Stanford 17, Cornell 9: The visiting Cardinal (7-1) went on a 9-0 run in the first half and the Big Red (4-4) couldn't bounce back.
Meg Lentz and Alex Poplawski each scored four goals to power the Cardinal offense. Cornell opened the scoring 36 seconds into the game before being quieted for the next 23 minutes.
Three state women's games have been postponed because of inclement weather.
No. 14 Loyola (6-4) at No. 15 Georgetown (3-4) will play today at 6 p.m. Hood (4-2) at Elizabethtown (0-6) was moved to Thursday at 4 p.m. And Rosemont (2-3, 0-1 Colonial States Athletic Conference) at Notre Dame Maryland (0-4, 0-2) was postponed, but had not been rescheduled.