Smith saves No. 1 Hopkins, stopping shot at :05, 10-9

Sophomore goalie Scott Smith turned aside a shot in the final five seconds to preserve top-ranked Johns Hopkins' 10-9 men's lacrosse victory over Pennsylvania yesterday at Homewood Field.

The Blue Jays (1-0) carried a 7-4 lead into halftime, but the Quakers (0-1) outscored them 4-1 in the third quarter to tie the game at 8. Matt Rewkowski gave Hopkins the lead for good on an extra-man goal at the 9:03 mark of the fourth and assisted on Conor Ford's score with 2:35 remaining.


Will Philips scored his fourth goal to bring Penn within one, but no closer.

Kyle Barrie's four goals led Hopkins. Ford added three. Smith finished with four saves and freshman Jesse Schwartzman had two for Hopkins.


No. 10 Duke 11, No. 20 UMBC 8: Matt Danowski scored four goals and added two assists as the Blue Devils (1-0) downed the Retrievers (0-1) in Durham, N.C.

Duke leads the all-time series with UMBC, 14-3, and has won 10 straight over the Retrievers.

The Blue Devils led 2-0 after four minutes and 5-1 heading into the second quarter.

Corey Warner and Brendan Mundorf each had two goals for UMBC.

No. 19 Ohio State 12, No. 18 Navy 9: Shaun Lyons scored four goals and added an assist to lead the Buckeyes (1-1) past the host Midshipmen (1-1).

Ohio State was outscored 3-1 in the final quarter, but held on for the win. In the game, the Buckeyes were outshot 35-24. Navy also controlled most of the faceoffs, winning 16 of 23. Ohio State was scoreless on one extra-man chance but held Navy scoreless on three opportunities.

Bucknell 11, Mount St. Mary's 8: Patrick Christensen scored a career-high six goals as the Bison (1-0) downed the Mount (0-1) in Lewisburg, Pa.

Bucknell improved to 24-13 all-time in season openers.


The Bison never trailed in the game and scored four of six goals in the second quarter.

Jay Dufy, Matt Warner and Jason Werner each scored twice for the Mount.

McDaniel 12, Widener 10: Rob Weaver (Pallotti) scored five goals and three assists to power the host Green Terror (1-0) past the Pioneers (0-2).

McDaniel trailed 6-4 at the half, but rallied in the second half with a four-goal third quarter sparked by Steve Hoffman's second goal.

Pete Shaffer broke an 8-8 tie 2:02 into the final quarter before Weaver added two more goals in the final two minutes.

Washington College 11, Washington & Lee 6: Sam Lane scored four goals as the Shoremen (2-0) defeated the Generals (1-1) in Lexington, Va.


Washington College scored seven of the final eight goals.

Virginia Wesleyan 6, Goucher 5: Cameron McKay scored a goal with 45 seconds left to tie the game and another 26 seconds later to win it in the third overtime for the host Blue Marlins (1-2) in Norfolk, Va.

Pat Tracey led the Gophers (0-1) with two goals.

Ursinus 18, Villa Julie 10: The visiting Bears (1-0) scored six straight goals in the first half and held the Mustangs (0-1) scoreless over the final 11 minutes in Stevenson.


Loyola 13, Penn 4: Sydney Greene scored four goals and Stephanie Walker had three as the Greyhounds (1-0) defeated the Quakers (0-1) in Philadelphia.


Loyola scored three goals in the opening five minutes and took an 8-2 edge into the half.

Kerri Johnson notched her first win in her first game as the Greyhounds' coach.

Towson 9, George Washington 6: Amy Middleton netted a hat trick during the first half as the host Tigers (1-0) downed the Colonials (0-1).

Towson broke a 5-5 halftime tie by outscoring George Washington 4-1 in the second half.

Jessica O'Connell had eight saves for Towson, and Emily Fortunato made 10 for George Washington.

Delaware 11, Mount St. Mary's 7: Erin Edell had three goals, and Shannon Kron, Michelle Campolettano and Jenny Diana each scored twice to power the Blue Hens (1-0) past the Mount (0-1) in Emmitsburg.


Delaware jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first 9:50 and held a 4-1 advantage at the half.

Salisbury 23, Christopher Newport 3: The Sea Gulls (1-0) outshot the host Lady Captains (0-1) 38-5 to roll to victory.

Alvernia 11, Hood 9: Hood's Tiffany Still led all scorers with five goals in a losing effort for the Blazers (0-2) in Frederick.

Hood enjoyed a three-goal lead midway through the second half before the Crusaders (1-0) scored five unanswered goals.

St. Mary's 11, Washington & Lee 2: Allyson Sarigianis scored four goals to power the host Seahawks (1-0) past the Generals (1-1).

Sarigianis opened the scoring three minutes into the game as St. Mary's built a 7-0 halftime lead.