The visiting Loyola Greyhounds put a 13-12 overtime loss against Denver on April 13 behind them, using runs of six and seven unanswered goals to defeat Hobart, 19-11, on Saturday.
Loyola's starting attack of Mike Sawyer (four goals, two assists), Zach Herreweyers (three, two) and Justin Ward (three, one) accounted for 10 goals and 15 points.
The Greyhounds (10-3, 6-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) scored the game's first six goals, but the Statesmen (6-7, 2-4) answered with five. A 7-0 Loyola run that spanned both halves helped put the game out of reach.
The game was tied at 5 at halftime, but Drexel took the lead with eight third-quarter goals. Towson responded in the fourth but didn't score in the final six minutes.
Thomas DeNapoli scored a game-high six goals and had one assist for the Tigers, while Cal Winkelman made 11 saves.
Mount St. Mary's 10, Bryant 9: The Mountaineers (5-9, 1-3 Northeast Conference) rallied from a two-goal third-quarter deficit to beat the visiting Bulldogs (5-9, 3-1).
Andrew Scalley (Archbishop Spalding) had two goals and four assists for the Mount, and goalkeeper Adam Borgogelli finished with 11 saves, including one with 2:30 left that helped the team preserve a two-goal lead.
Goucher 7, Scranton 6, OT: Sam Morgan scored his second goal of the game with 1:37 left in overtime to push the Gophers (7-7, 5-0 Landmark Conference) past the host Royals (8-6, 4-1).
Goucher trailed 6-4 in the fourth quarter before Morgan scored with 10:18 remaining in regulation, and Steve Patterson tied the game in the final minute.
York 9, St. Mary's 8: The Seahawks (9-6, 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference) scored two late goals but couldn't defeat the visiting Spartans (13-3, 5-1).
Patrick Mull scored with 55 seconds remaining for St. Mary's, but goalkeeper Caleb Abney (13 saves) helped seal the win.
Frostburg State 17, Wesley 9: Ryan Serio scored five goals as the Bobcats (11-5, 3-3 CAC) topped the visiting Wolverines (5-8, 1-5).
Frostburg State outscored Wesley 7-2 in the third quarter and held advantages in shots (48-28) and ground balls (57-36).
Ursinus 11, McDaniel 5: The host Green Terror (5-10, 2-5 Centennial Conference) never led in a loss to the Bears (7-5, 1-5).
Logan Panaccione had a game-high four goals for Ursinus, which used a 7-3 run in the second half to seal the win.
Stevenson 10, Widener 6: Peter Green scored a hat trick as the Mustangs (14-2, 7-0 Middle Atlantic Conference) defeated the host Pride (9-5, 5-2).
Stevenson collected 26 ground balls, caused seven turnovers and held Widener to two second-half goals.
Gettysburg 14, Washington College 6: The Bullets (8-5, 2-2 Centennial) jumped to an 8-1 halftime lead and defeated the visiting Shoremen (11-3, 4-3).
Six players scored for Washington College. Jameson Smith led Gettysburg with four goals.
Lycoming 11, Hood 5: Alex Engler scored a career-high three goals, but the host Blazers (3-13, 0-7 Commonwealth Conference) fell to the Warriors (4-9, 3-3).
No. 1 Maryland 15, Virginia Tech 7: The visiting Terps (17-0, 5-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) beat the Hokies (8-7, 0-5) and completed a perfect regular-season slate, their seventh in program history and first since 2009.
Six players had multigoal games for Maryland, and Alex Aust finished with a team-high five points, including her 100th of the season.
Vermont 8, UMBC 7: The Retrievers (8-7, 2-3 America East Conference) couldn't hang on against the host Catamounts (7-9, 2-3).
Vermont tied the game with 7:28 remaining and took the lead on a goal by Sydney Mas, her third of the game, with 2:22 left.
Stevenson 20, Widener 7: The Mustangs (13-1, 6-0 Middle Atlantic) defeated the visiting Pride (5-8, 1-5) to win their 13th consecutive game.
Marissa Meiklejohn (Old Mill) and Leah Warner each had six points for Stevenson, which broke a program record for wins in a season. The Mustangs have two regular-season games remaining.
McDaniel 11, Ursinus 10: Two players scored hat tricks for the Green Terror (9-6, 5-3 Centennial) as it held on to beat the host Bears (4-10, 1-6).
McDaniel scored three unanswered goals to open the second half before Ursinus tied the game at 9.
St. Mary's 19, Marymount 13: Amelia Tenberg scored six goals to lead the Seahawks (7-9, 3-3 CAC) past the visiting Saints (7-7, 2-4).
St. Mary's outshot Marymount 41-21 and caused 31 turnovers.
Drew 15, Goucher 10: The Gophers (7-8, 0-3 Landmark) led only once in a loss to the host Rangers (7-8, 1-2).
Nikki Kleiman scored seven goals for Drew, which led 13-4 with 12:13 left. Anneke Ossorio, Erin Reifsnyder and Hannah Khin accounted for all of Goucher's goals.
Notre Dame (Md.) 15, Centenary 4: Alli Terry (Catholic) scored nine goals as the host Gators (7-5, 4-3 Colonial States Athletic Conference) beat the Cyclones (5-9, 3-5).
Terry scored her first goal 11 seconds into the game and helped Notre Dame build a 7-1 halftime lead.
Lycoming 14, Hood 2: Brigid Ayed scored both goals for the Blazers (3-10, 0-6 Commonwealth) as they were routed by the visiting Warriors (4-10, 1-5).
Lycoming scored eight first-half goals and was led by Brooke Strausser, who had four goals.
Gettysburg 16, Washington College 9: The Shorewomen (10-4, 3-4 Centennial) got a career-best five goals from Marissa Restaino in a loss to the host Bullets (14-1, 7-0).
Salisbury 19, Frostburg State 5: Lauren Feusahrens scored four goals in seven minutes as the visiting Sea Gulls (15-0, 6-0 CAC) beat the Bobcats (5-10, 1-5).Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun