DELAWARE (4-6) at No. 6 LOYOLA (8-2)
Site: Curley Field
Time: 1 p.m.
Outlook: Loyola looks to bounce back from a 10-goal loss to Syracuse on Tuesday. This game marks the final regular-season home game for the Greyhounds, who play at No. 10 Georgetown and top-ranked Johns Hopkins. Brian Duffy (20 goals, 26 assists) and Del Halladay (23, 7) top Loyola offensively. Freshman M Todd Vizcarrondo broke his collarbone last Saturday and is out indefinitely. Delaware is coming off its biggest win of the season, a 16-15 victory at Massachusetts. The senior attack combination of Anthony DiMarzo (27, 30), the school's career assist leader, and Brad Glowaki (26, 6) supplies a majority of the Blue Hens' scoring. Loyola leads the series, 13-6-1, winning the past nine meetings.
No. 17 NAVY (5-5) at No. 1 HOPKINS (8-0)
Site: Homewood Field
Time: 2 p.m.
Radio: WWLG (1360 AM)
Outlook: Navy has dropped three straight and is at its lowest ranking of the season. The Midshipmen have struggled defensively, allowing double-digit scoring in their past four games. Starting G Tim Fox has a .495 save percentage. Johns Hopkins has ripped defenses this year for 17 goals and 51 shots per game. Terry Riordan, who scored the game-winner against Maryland last Saturday, has scored at least three goals in his past six games. The Blue Jays lead the series, 39-25-1, and have won 20 straight over the Midshipmen, including a 12-11 win last year.
No. 15 TOWSON STATE (4-4) at UMBC (4-6)
Site: UMBC Stadium
Time: 4 p.m.
Radio: WITH (1230 AM)
Outlook: Towson State has won three in a row, keeping its postseason chances alive. The Tigers defeated Navy, 14-7, last Saturday for their first win over a ranked opponent in five tries. Freshman Matt Clune leads the Tigers with 23 goals and four assists, scoring on 52.3 percent of his shots. UMBC has lost three straight and has been outscored 69-48 in the second half this season. Matt Shearer (23 goals, 8 assists) is the Retrievers' top offensive threat, leading them in scoring for the past three games. Towson State has won the past 10 meetings with UMBC.