Georgetown's Brittany Baschuk scored the game-winning goal with 16 seconds left in the second overtime period to lead the fifth-ranked Hoyas over sixth-ranked host Maryland, 11-10, last night. The Terps defense held Georgetown scoreless for 22 minutes to start the second half, but the Hoyas scored the last two goals in regulation to force overtime before Baschuk's score.
"We're obviously disappointed with the outcome, but we just did not do the things down the stretch to win the game," Terps coach Cindy Timchal said. "We just need to learn from this, but we also need to move on."
Krista Pellizzi scored three goals and had one assist for Maryland, and Kelly Kasper also had three goals for the Terps. Allie Buote stopped 12 shots for Maryland to help lead the Terps defense.
In the first overtime period, Buote saved two shots and Georgetown's Maggie Koch had one save to keep the score tied at 10. Kasper won the draw to start the second overtime period, but Patty Piotrowicz forced another turnover to give the Hoyas a possession that led to Baschuk's goal.
No. 10 Notre Dame 13, Ohio State 6 -- Crysti Foote scored four goals as the visiting Fighting Irish (10-1) cruised past the Buckeyes (1-9).
McDaniel 9, Dickinson 7 -- Megan Millhausen recorded 14 saves, seven in each half, to lead the host Green Terror (4-6, 2-2 Centennial Conference) to the upset win over the Red Devils. McDaniel handed Dickinson (9-1, 3-1), ranked 12th in Division III, their first loss of the season.
Catholic 19, Villa Julie 15 -- Despite five goals by Colleen Baughman, the Mustangs (4-5) couldn't catch up to the visiting Crusaders (4-5), who scored the first seven goals of the game.
Frostburg State 17, Seton Hill 4 -- The visiting Bobcats (4-5) used an 11-2 first-half lead to beat the Griffins (1-8). Maria Schrum had a game-high five goals for Frostburg.
St. Mary's 22, Marymount 9 -- The visiting Seahawks (10-1) scored the first four goals on their way to a 12-4 lead at the half over the Saints (3-9).
Salisbury 17, Mary Washington 4 -- Dan Boyer (five goals) and Jimmy Creighton (two goals, three assists) each had five points to lead the visiting Sea Gulls (12-0, 6-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Eagles (3-6, 1-4).