Attackman Bubba Johnson put the visiting Mountaineers on the board first, but the Jaspers (1-5) scored four straight goals in the second quarter and held on to defeat Mount St. Mary's (0-6), 8-7.
Attackman Patrick Hodapp, who led all players with four goals, had a hat trick during Manhattan's run.The Mountaineers held the Jaspers scoreless for the final 20:53 and closed their deficit to one but could not complete the comeback. It was the Mount's closest defeat this season.
St. Mary's 18, Muhlenberg 6: Senior midfielder Ben Love (McDonogh) contributed a career-high six goals to lead the Seahawks (3-2) to the lopsided victory over the Mules (1-4) on Sunday.
St. Mary's outshot Muhlenberg, 40-35, and converted 5 of 7 extra-man opportunities, including two each in the third and fourth quarters. The Mules held a 33-30 edge on ground balls.
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