Host Johns Hopkins rallied late in the second half yesterday but fell just short on a rainy afternoon, losing to No. 12 Georgetown, 12-10.
Senior midfielder Kirby Houck paced the No. 16 Blue Jays (1-3) with a career-high five goals, and Ashby Kaestner had five for the Hoyas (5-0).
Hopkins' offense came alive with less than 10 minutes to play when sophomore Kim Dubansky scored on a free-position shot at 9:22. From behind the cage, sophomore Brett Bathras fed a pass to sophomore Sam Schrum, who fired it past Caitlin Formby for her fifth goal of the season with 7:40 to play.
Less than a minute later, Schrum scooped a loose ball after Formby stopped a free-position shot and scored on a low shot to make it 12-7. Houck won the ensuing draw and 30 seconds later, Bathras found Kadie Stamper for her fifth of the season.
McDaniel 13, Goucher 8 -- Brittany Baer and Kerrie Wuenschel combined to score seven goals in leading the visiting Green Terror past the Gophers (1-2). Baer and Wuenschel scored their first goals of the game in the opening 1:11 as McDaniel (3-0) took a 2-0 lead.
Washington College 19, Sweet Briar 11 -- Suzie Jakub and Alli Luchey had five points each, and the host Shorewomen (3-1) defeated the Vixens (1-2). Washington led 9-4 at halftime.