Tied with the Bobcats (4-6, 3-1) atop the NEC coming into the game, the Mount scored first 10 minutes into the contest. After the Bobcats, led by Danielle Mormile (two goals), pulled within a goal late in the first half, the Mountaineers responded, scoring five quick goals to put the game away.
Winner of six of its past seven games, the Mount is alone atop the NEC with a 7-4 overall record and a 4-0 record in the league.
Towson 8, George Mason 6: The visiting Tigers (8-3, 2-2 Colonial Athletic Association) never trailed the Patriots, bolstered by early scoring from Erin Cayea (three goals) and Shannon Witzel (two goals).
Towson goalie Mandy Corry made 15 saves and Becky Trumbo had three assists for the Tigers.
Brandi Evans led the Patriots (3-7, 2-1) with three goals.
No. 1 Northwestern 16, Stanford 3: Down 2-0 after a slow start, the Wildcats rallied late in the first half, sparked by junior Laura Glassanos' three goals and one assist.
The Wildcats (11-0) remained unbeaten. The visiting Cardinal dropped to 6-5.
Junior goalie Megan Huether made 11 saves for Duke (10-2).
The host Commodores dropped to 3-6.
Hostra sophomore Kim Hillier scored with 1.9 seconds left in regulation, sending the game into overtime against the host Monarchs (3-7, 0-3).