Sophomore goalkeeper Tyler White made 16 saves as Towson took a narrow lead late in the first quarter and kept ahead of No. 18 Massachusetts for a 6-5 win Saturday.
The visiting Tigers (8-3, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) scored their last goal with 9:01 left in the third quarter to lead 6-4. The Minutemen (7-3, 1-1) came within one, but White made eight saves in the last 19 minutes. Attackman Joe Seider (Hereford) and midfielder Greg Cuccinello each scored two goals to lead Towson.
Bucknell 16, Mount St. Mary's 6: The host Bison led 7-1 at halftime and defeated the Mountaineers.
Midfielder Mike Pascali scored first for the Mount (0-12) before Bucknell (6-6) scored seven straight goals.
Franklin & Marshall 14, McDaniel 8: Midfielder Sean Brett scored the first of his three goals to put the Green Terror (4-7, 1-3 Centennial Conference) on the board with 11:25 left till halftime, but the host Diplomats (8-3, 3-1) had already scored six.
Goucher 13, Susquehanna 7: Two six-goal runs and a game-high four scores from midfielder Owen Demmerly helped the visiting Gophers (5-5, 3-1 Landmark Conference) maintain an 8-0 record against the Crusaders (6-6, 2-1).
Stevenson 30, Alvernia 0: Nineteen players scored for the host Mustangs (10-1, 3-0 Commonwealth Conference) as they took 106 shots on the Crusaders (2-10, 0-4).
Lycoming 13, Hood 4: The Blazers (3-8, 0-3 Commonwealth) lost their fourth straight game as the visiting Warriors (6-5, 4-0) went on a nine-goal spurt to lead 13-2 with 2:29 remaining.
Salisbury 11, St. Mary's 6: Seven Sea Gulls and six Seahawks scored as Salisbury (11-1, 4-1 Capital Athletic Conference), ranked No. 2 in Division III, jumped ahead of visiting St. Mary's (5-7, 1-2).
Frostburg State 11, Wesley 6: Attackman Nick Stailey's hat trick paced the Bobcats (10-3, 3-2 CAC), who stayed within two goals of the host Wolverines (5-5, 0-4) until Frostburg State's 4-0 run at the end.
No. 14 Loyola Maryland 10, Colgate 4: Greyhounds midfielder Taryn VanThof tied the game at four with 3:04 left till the break to start a seven-goal run.
Loyola (9-4, 5-0 Patriot League) held the host Raiders (4-7, 2-3) scoreless over the last 33 minutes.
No. 19 Navy 12, Michigan 9: Midfielders Jill Coughlin (St. Mary's) and Kaitlan Moynihan (C. Milton Wright) each had a hat trick for the host Mids.
Navy (12-1) led 7-4 at the break, but the Wolverines (1-10) got within one goal twice.
New Hampshire 8, UMBC 2: The Wildcats (6-7, 1-1 America East) led 6-2 at halftime, and the host Retrievers (5-6, 0-2) limited New Hampshire's shooting in the second half but could not score.
Washington College 13, Muhlenberg 12: Midfielder Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) scored with 16 seconds left to put the Shorewomen (6-3, 2-1 Centennial) ahead of the host Mules (7-4, 1-3).
Franklin & Marshall 15, McDaniel 9: The Green Terror (6-4, 2-2 Centennial) led 8-6 less than three minutes into the second half, but the visiting Diplomats (10-3, 4-0) won with a 7-0 run.
Salisbury 16, Frostburg State 6: Midfielder Bethany Baer (Westminster) and attacker Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) each had four goals to lead the Sea Gulls (12-0, 4-0 CAC), who are ranked No. 1 in Division III, over the visiting Bobcats (2-10, 0-4).
St. Mary's 18, Wesley 7: Attacker Christy Bishop (Glenelg) led all players with four goals as thevisiting Seahawks (7-5, 3-0 CAC) beat the Wolverines (4-6, 0-4).
Stevenson 17, Alvernia 7: Senior attacker Leah Warner (Northeast) tied the Mustangs' career points and goals records as visiting Stevenson (7-4, 2-0 Commonwealth) beat the Crusaders (7-5, 2-2).
Lycoming 20, Hood 7: The host Warriors (5-7, 1-3 Commonwealth) scored the first 10 goals of the game for a 15-3 halftime lead en route to beating the Blazers (5-4, 0-3).
Centenary 20, Notre Dame Maryland 17: Attacker Sawyer Butto's eight goals weren't enough for the Gators (2-7, 1-4 Colonial States Athletic Conference) against the host Cyclones (1-9, 1-4).
Goucher 17, Merchant Marine 2: Eight Gophers scored as Goucher (7-5, 2-0 Landmark) opened the first half with a 9-0 run against the visiting Mariners (1-5, 0-3).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun