JOHNS HOPKINS WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Junior Jen Cook scored a game-high five goals and senior Taylor D'Amore handed out four assists to lead the Blue Jays to a 16-2 win over visiting Marquette in both teams' season opener. Seven different Blue Jays scored in the first-ever meeting between the two programs.
SALISBURY MEN'S LACROSSE:
Senior midfielder Greg Korvin (Arundel) scored the winning goal with 57 seconds left in overtime to lift the Sea Gulls to a 12-11 win over Lynchburg on a snowy afternoon at Sea Gull Stadium.
The final score capped a hat trick for Korvin, as senior attackman Luke Phipps and he each netted three goals to lead the Sea Gulls. Korvin also added an assist. Rhett DePol (St. Mary's) and Donovan Lange (Northeast) each had a goal and an assist.
After dropping a 6-3 decision to 12th-seeded Dartmouth on Friday afternoon in the opening round of the College Squash Association Team Championship, No. 12 Navy (14-8) dropped a 7-2 decision to 16th-seeded Bates on Saturday morning in the consolation bracket.
Navy earned its two wins in the match thanks to a pair of freshmen. Randy Beck dropped his opening set against Jason Shrubb, but came back to win three straight 11-5 sets to take the match in four games at the No. 8 position. Meanwhile, Will Walker made his CSA Championship debut on Saturday after sophomore Bill Kacergis suffered a season-ending ankle injury. Walker played a strong match in relief, picking up an 11-9, 11-7, 11-1 victory over Carlos Ames at No. 9.
LOYOLA MEN'S LACROSSE:
Nikko Pontrello scored the game-winning goal 19 seconds into overtime, and No. 12 Loyola University Maryland edged No. 9 Penn State University, 12-11, on the road in Holuba Hall on Saturday.
Penn State (1-1 overall) tallied the final four goals of regulation to for an 11-11 tie and send the game to overtime, but Graham Savio won the faceoff for the Greyhounds (1-1) to start the extra frame, and Pontrello ended it 19 seconds in.
Pontrello, Tyler Albrecht and Jeff Chase all had three goals for Loyola, and Justin Ward (Old Mill) dished out four assists.
Jack Runkel outdueled preseason All-American Austin Kaut in goal, finishing with 12 saves for the Greyhounds. Five of Runkel's saves came in the fourth quarter, while Kaut finished with six total.
LIMESTONE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Freshman attack Jaylen Schulte (South River) had a goal and an assist during No. 3 Limestone's 19-0 win over Young Harris in a Division II game.
WASHINGTON & LEE MEN'S LACROSSE:
Senior midfielder Joe Wood tallied four goals and one assist to lead the 14th-ranked Washington and Lee men's lacrosse team to a 14-6 victory over Christopher Newport.
FROSTBURG WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:
Marymount jumped out to a large lead in the first half and never let up in a 77-55 win over Frostburg State in CAC women's action.
DELAWARE MEN'S LACROSSE:
Fairfield's offensive attack was too much for the University of Delaware as the Blue Hens dropped an 18-8 decision at snowy Delaware Stadium.
Fairfield (1-0), which will join Delaware in the Colonial Athletic Association next season, got five goals apiece from Eric Warden and Tristan Sperry and two goals each from three other players on the way to the victory.
NOTRE DAME WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Junior Caitlin Gargan matched her career highs with both four goals and six points, but it would not be enough as the No. 11 Notre Dame women's lacrosse team (1-1, 0-1 ACC) dropped a 15-10 decision to No. 20/17 Boston College (1-0, 1-0 ACC) in the first ever ACC game for the Fighting Irish.
DUKE MEN'S LACROSSE:
Sophomore goalkeeper Luke Aaron came off the bench to record nine saves over the final three periods as the third-ranked Blue Devils posted a 14-10 win over fourth-ranked Denver in Durham, N.C.
The Blue Devils improved to 2-0 while the Pioneers fall to 1-1.
DELAWARE WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Kara Dattellas tallied a career-best five goals, but it wasn't enough as the Blue Hens fell, 19-11, to No. 10 Georgetown in the season opener.
LOYOLA WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Junior Hannah Schmitt scored six times and sophomore Molly Wolf turned back 11 shots in goal as No. 9 Loyola defeated No. 6 Virginia, 16-12, in its season opener.
Senior Marlee Paton led all players with seven points on two goals and five assists, while Schmitt tied a career-high six goals. In addition, redshirt junior Taryn VanThof notched her sixth career hat trick with three goals, junior Sydney Thomas had two goals and one assist, junior Annie Thomas had a goal and an assist, and juniors Kara Burke and Molly Hulseman tacked on one goal each.
For Virginia (0-2), Maddy Keeshan and Courtney Swan had four points on three goals and one assist, while Casey Bocklet also had three goals.
MARYLAND MEN'S LACROSSE:
Senior Mike Chanenchuk paced the Terrapins with two goals and a career high three assists to lead the No. 6 Terps to a 14-3 win over UMBC Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
Maryland (2-0) scored the first six goals of the game and held the Retrievers (0-1) scoreless for the first 37:05 minutes of the game.
Freshman Ruston Souder (/Chesapeake) entered in the fourth quarter but did not make a save for UMBC.
N. CAROLINA WOMEN'S LACROSSE:
Top-ranked and defending NCAA champion North Carolina jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the first 3:21 of the game and cruised to an 18-8 win over unranked Boston University (0-1).
Megan Ward (St, Mary's) started in goal and played the first half, making four saves in 30 minutes to improve to 2-0.
Freshman outfielder Jaclyn Buckley picked up her first hit as a Retriever in the top of the seventh inning, blasting a two-run home run to lift UMBC past UNC-Wilmington, 5-3, in the opening game of the Seahawk Classic. The Retrievers fell in the nightcap, 12-0, in five innings to Liberty.
MCDANIEL TRACK & FIELD:
Kyle Dunn (South River) won the shot put to lead McDaniel to a sixth-place finish at the DuCharme Invitational hosted by Dickinson in men's indoor track and field action on Saturday.
The Green Terror finished with 33 points in its final tuneup before the conference championship. Dickinson won the title at the 12-team meet with 191 points.
HOPKINS MEN'S LACROSSE:
The Blue Jays got four goals each from Ryan Brown, John Crawley and Brandon Benn and used a 10-1 run to pull away from visiting Towson, 15-8.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:
Jessica Porada had a game-high 31 points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds to help Ursinus down visiting Washington College, 67-61.
Senior forward Latisha Pledger tallied her seventh double-double of the year and her second straight double-double with 12 points and game-high 10 rebounds.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL:
Malik Draper scored a game-best 27 points to help host Ursinus down visiting Washington College, 89-76, in a Centennial Conference game.
SALISBURY WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:
The Sea Gulls came out victorious on senior day, handing York College of Pennsylvania its second loss of the season in a 79-69 upset of the No. 10 Spartans.
Junior guard Sarah Seipp put together another solid day for the Sea Gulls, leading the team with 24 points and six steals, while adding six rebounds, and junior guard Anna Hackett added 18 points and led the team with seven assists.
FROSTBURG MEN'S BASKETBALL:
Frostburg State and Marymount battled back-and-forth over the first 10 minutes of action before the Saints eventually pulled away for an 86-67 win in CAC action.
SALISBURY MEN'S BASKETBALL:
The Sea Gulls defeated York College, 76-67.
Senior Tim Harwood, playing in one of his final regular season home games, and junior Conor Strickland each netted 17 points to lead the Salisbury (12-11, 7-7 CAC ) attack.
The Terps extended their undefeated record at home with victories over Bowling Green and Yale in a tri-meet. The Terps posted a team score of 194.675. Bowling Green tallied 193.875 for second and Yale totaled 188.525.
Sophomore outfielder Courtney Johnson hit a walk-off, three-run home run to lead the Towson University softball team to 8-0 victory in five innings over Purdue University at the Kickin' Chicken Classic hosted by Coastal Carolina.
MCDANIEL WOMEN'S BASKETBALL:
McDaniel put together a 14-2 run midway through the second half to turn a six-point deficit into a six-point lead en route to a 53-48 Centennial Conference victory over Swarthmore.
HOPKINS MEN'S BASKETBALL:
Visiting Dickinson used a 16-5 run late in the second half to overcome an upset-minded Johns Hopkins, 68-63, in Centennial Conference action.
TOWSON MEN'S BASKETBALL:
Senior Mike Burwell scored a career-high 23 points and classmate Jerrelle Benimon posted his NCAA-leading 17th double-double as Towson picked up an 85-70 win at William & Mary.
The victory gives the Tigers (17-9, 8-3) sole possession of second-place in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) standings. Towson will host first-place Delaware, which is 11-0 in league play, on Monday inside SECU Arena.