Andi Raymond scored with 8 seconds left to propel Towson (10-7) past Hofstra (8-10) in a Colonial Athletic Association semifinal Friday in Williamsburg, Va.

Raymond finished with three goals.

The Tigers will face James Madison in the championship game Sunday at 1 p.m. in Williamsburg.

No. 3 Florida 11, No. 6 Johns Hopkins 6: The Gators (15-2) used a six-goal rally to clinch the American Lacrosse Conference semifinal victory over the Blue Jays (15-4).

Florida will face Northwestern in the final on Sunday at 11 a.m.

No. 6 Northwestern 9, No. 9 Ohio State 8: The Buckeyes (13-5) blew a 6-3 second-half lead en route to an ALC semifinal loss to the Wildcats (11-5).

Alyssa Leonard and Christy Turner each had three goals for Northwestern.

No. 20 Stony Brook 13, New Hampshire 5: Courtney Murphy scored six goals for the host Seawolves (15-3) in a win over the Wildcats.

Stony Brook will face Albany in the America East championship game Sunday at noon.

No. 19 Albany 12, Vermont 8: Katherine Sweeney score three goals to lead the Great Danes (14-2) to a win over the Catamounts (12-6) at Stony Brook.

No. 13 Massachusetts 16, Duquesne 3: Tanner Guarino scored four goals to power the Minutewomen (17-1) past the Dukes (14-4) in an Atlantic 10 semifinal at Richmond.

UMass will face Richmond (11-6) in Sunday's championship at 1 p.m.

No. 14 Penn 10, Harvard 9, 2OT: Tory Benson scored the game-winner in the second overtime to give the Quakers (11-4) the semifinal win over the Crimson (9-7) at Princeton.

Penn will face Princeton in the championship Sunday at noon.

No. 18 Princeton 12, Cornell 5:

Erin McMunn led the way for the Tigers with seven goals and an assist.

No. 16 Stanford 15, Colorado 6: Kyle Fraser scored six goals to lead the Cardinal (14-3) over the Buffaloes (11-8) to earn a berth in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship game against host Denver on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Men

No. 10 Penn 11, No. 11 Cornell 10: Zach Losco scored four straight goals to erase a 10-7 Big Red lead and give the Quakers a berth in the Ivy League championship game. The Quakers will face Harvard on Sunday at noon.

No. 12 Harvard 10, No. 16 Yale 9: The Crimson (10-5) took a 10-8 lead with 8:31 left and held on for the win over the visiting Bulldogs (9-5).