No. 2 Terps top Dartmouth

The Baltimore Sun

With coach Cathy Reese back on the sideline after delivering her third child Wednesday, the No. 2 Maryland women overwhelmed No. 12 Dartmouth, 17-8, yesterday in College Park.

Sophomore Caitlyn McFadden recorded a career-high seven points, and senior Dana Dobbie had a goal and two assists.

Maryland (6-1) took control early, scoring nine unanswered goals in the first 13:51 against Dartmouth (3-2).

Navy 12, Holy Cross 11 -- Freshman defender Caitlin Mandrin Hill's goal with 2:57 left gave the host Midshipmen (6-0, 1-0 Patriot League) the victory over the Crusaders (0-6, 0-2).

Loyola 21, Connecticut 15 -- Abby Rehfuss scored four goals to lead the host Greyhounds (3-5, 1-2 Big East) past the Huskies (0-5, 0-1).

Fairfield 13, Mount St. Mary's 9 -- With four goals, Katlyn Catanese became the 14th player in Mount St. Mary's history to reach 100 career points.

Salisbury 22, SUNY-Cortland 9 -- Senior Sue Ackermann recorded a career-high 12 points to lead the host Sea Gulls past the Red Dragons. Salisbury (9-0) has won nine straight and scored 20 or more goals in five consecutive games.

Villa Julie 26, Lasell 1 -- Jamie Jones paced host Villa Julie (3-2) with five goals and an assist in the win over the Lasers (0-3).

Frostburg State 9, College of New England 7 -- Seniors Lindsay Lamont and Carly Rihard scored late to help the host Bobcats (3-2) break open a close game and beat the Pilgrims (0-1).

College of Notre Dame 15, Misericordia 10 -- The host Gators (2-2, 1-1 Pennsylvania Athletic Conference) earned their first-ever conference victory by defeating the Cougars (2-2, 1-1).

Franklin & Marshall 23, McDaniel 2 -- Chelsea Ferruzzi and Stephanie Sudbrook scored, but the Green Terror (4-1, 0-1 Centennial Conference) fell to the visiting Diplomats (3-0, 1-0).

Gettysburg 18, Washington College 6 -- Suzie Jakub scored three times, but the Shorewomen (4-2, 0-1 Centennial Conference) lost to the visiting Bullets (8-0, 2-0).

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