MARYLAND 14, ALBANY 9: The No. 7 Terps scored six goals in the fourth quarter to beat the Great Danes on Saturday.
The Terps improved to 6-1 and the Great Danes fell to 1-3.
Jared Bernhardt had eight points on three goals and five assists and Louis Dubick had three goals to lead Maryland, which bounced back from last Sunday’s 14-13 overtime loss to then-No. 17 Notre Dame. The Terps were ranked second at the time.
The Terps took control in the second quarter, scoring five consecutive goals to take a 7-2 lead into the break. Four of the goals came in the final five minutes of the quarter, as Maryland took advantage of extra possessions to carry a five-goal lead at halftime.
Starting attackmen Christian Daniel and Jack Sweeney combined for six goals, while All-Patriot League goalkeeper Ryan Kern made 16 saves to lead the 20th-ranked Navy men’s lacrosse team to a 12-7 victory over Lafayette on Saturday afternoon in Patriot League action at Fisher Stadium in Easton, Pa.
By Staff Report
Mar 09, 2019 at 5:35 PM
SYRACUSE 14, JOHNS HOPKINS 10: The host Orange (3-2) used a 6-1 run in the fourth quarter to win a come-from-behind victory over the Blue Jays (2-3). Jacob Buttermore had a hat trick to lead Syracuse. Hopkins was led by Alex Concannon, Kyle Marr and Joey Epstein, who each had two goals. The game featured five ties.
The Blue Jays led 5-1 early, 8-7 at the half and still led 9-8 entering the fourth quarter, but Syracuse scored three goals in a 61-second span early in the final period to turn the 9-8 deficit into an 11-9 lead it would never relinquish.
HIGH POINT 22, UMBC 13: Chris Young had a game-high seven goals and the host Panthers (6-1) scored 11 goals in the second quarter to rout the Retrievers (1-4). Josh Jordan, Ryan Frawley and Steven Zichelli (Severna Park) each scored twice for UMBC, which suffered its second straight loss.
Senior midfielder Zach Kalas (Spalding) scored a pair of goals and sophomore Cian Chung (Severna Park) scored his first career goal in the second half.
GEORGETOWN 19, FAIRFIELD 6: Daniel Bucaro had five goals and Jake Carraway (St. Mary’s) had four goals to lead the visiting Hoyas (6-1) to their fourth straight victory. The Stags fell to 2-3. Georgetown opened with a 6-0 run and were never threatened.
Carraway added five assists for a career-high nine points. He tied the most points in a game for the Hoyas since 2015 and matched a venue record at Rafferty Stadium.
HOOD 19, ST. VINCENT 10: Zak Kooser (Spalding) tied the team records for assists and points in a game to lead the Blazers.
Kooser tied his own school record with six assists and added five goals for 11 points.
LEHIGH 11, ARMY WEST POINT 8: Lucas Spence had three goals and an assist as the host Mountain Hawks (3-3, 2-0 Patriot League) toppled the Black Knights (4-2, 1-1). Lehigh has beaten two ranked opponents this season. Lehigh beat No. 16 Colgate, 10-8, last Saturday. AJ Barretto (St. Paul’s) made 15 saves for Army.
TOWSON 15, JACKSONVILLE 13: Grant Maloof (South River) doubled his previous career best with four goals while Alex Woodall (St. Mary's) went 23-of-32 at the faceoff X as the top-ranked Tigers battled past Jacksonville in the rain on Friday night in Matthews, N.C.
Junior attackman Brody McLean scored five goals for Towson (5-0).
MARYLAND 12, SYRACUSE 11 (OT): Junior Kali Hartshorn took a pass from junior Hannah Warther and scored the game winning goal to give the No. 2 Terps the overtime win over the No. 4 Orange.
Senior Jen Giles led Maryland with five points in the win, tallying three goals and two assists while also securing four draw controls and a team-best two groundballs. Graduate student Erica Evans, senior Caroline Steele (Severn) and sophomore Grace Griffin all contributed with two goals while junior Brindi Griffin (Edgewater/McDonogh) notched two points with a goal and an assist for Maryland (6-0).
Emily Hawryschuk scored four goals and Meaghan Tyrrell netted three goals and an assist for the Orange (6-2).
ST. MARY’S COLLEGE OF MARYLAND 13, KEAN 10: Caitlin Katchmar scored five goals and dished off three assists, while Sydni Thacker notched four goals to lead the Seahawks over the Cougars.
Jayne Barkman (Southern) recorded an assist for St. Mary’s (3-2).
MOUNT ST. MARY’S 13, RADFORD 5: Zoe Hurlburt registered a career-high four goals, and the trio of Emily Davis, Taylor Carhart and Beanie Colson scored two apiece, as the Mountaineers (4-2) rolled to the road victory against the Highlanders (1-3).
UMBC 11, TEMPLE 9: Abby Wilson, Alyssa Semones and Kristen Bilney each tallied a hat trick, while freshman Jennie Milligan (South River) added five assists, to lead the Retrievers (4-4) over the Owls.
Rachel Schwaab (Catonsville) and Jaymie Tabor had three goals apiece, with Schwaab picking up a game-high four ground balls for Temple (3-6).
MCDANIEL 19, FROSTBURG ST. 4: Annemarie Duerr (Chesapeake) netted two goals and Lillian Kim scored her first collegiate goal for McDaniel (2-3).
Morgan Cavey (Chesapeake) notched a goal for Frostburg (1-3).
Bryn Mawr 14, Notre Dame (Md.) 9: Isabel Shin had four goals and an assist and Kylie Woo added four goals to lead the Owls (1-0) over the Gators (0-2).
Kirstin McGee (Catholic) scored four goals and Megan Morales (Catholic) tallied three goals for Bryn Mawr.
SALISBURY 15, WASHINGTON COLLEGE 8: Taylor Poore had three goals and Alexis Strobel added a goal and an assist as the host Sea Gulls built a 9-3 halftime lead on its way to the win over the Shorewomen (1-2).
Courtney Fegan (South River) netted a goal and notched a team-high five draw controls, Holly Bowers (Northeast) added an assist, Kendall Bannan (St. Mary’s) caused three turnovers and grabbed two ground balls and Skye Graham made four saves for Salisbury (4-1).
Sydney Allender (Linthicum/Mount de Sales) scored her first career goal for Washington College.
PENN STATE 11, ALBANY 9: Senior Delaney Muldoon and junior Kristin Roberto each tallied a career-high three goals as the Nittany Lions took control with a 7-1 run to start the second half.
Senior Kayla Brisolari (Archbishop Spalding) added two goals and five draw controls. Freshman Taylor Suplee (Southern) made eight saves, including seven in the first half, to earn her fourth win of the season for Penn State (4-3).
JOHNS HOPKINS 15, HOFSTRA 11: Mackenzie Heldberg accounted for four goals and two assists, while Maggie Schneidereith added three goals and four assists to guide the Blue Jays past the Pride.
Aurora Cordingley provided three goals, Shelby Harrison (St. Mary’s) pitched in with a goal, five draw controls and three groundballs and Ellie McNulty (Broadneck) registered a goal and three draw controls for Johns Hopkins (6-1).