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Senior Dana Dobbie matched a career high with seven goals to power Maryland past Stanford, 15-7, yesterday.

Maryland's defense allowed fewer than 10 goals for the fourth straight game and forced 18 Cardinal turnovers.

Senior Katie Pumphrey caused six turnovers while sophomore Karissa Taylor forced four. Allie Buote made 10 saves. Seniors Lauren Cohen and Casey Magor added hat tricks, and Kelly Kasper had two assists.

For the third straight game, the Terps (8-1) jumped out to a quick lead as they scored the first four goals. Cohen scored twice in the run while Dobbie had a goal and assisted on the game's first score. Maryland's first four goals came in less than five minutes.

Stanford (6-3) was led by Daphne Patterson, who scored three times, while Bess Siegfried recorded two goals.

Laura Shane was credited with 17 saves, with 12 of them coming in the second half.

Sacred Heart 11, Mount St. Mary's 10 -- The Mountaineers made a furious comeback, but Sacred Heart held on for the victory. After the Mountaineers (4-5, 1-1 Northeast Conference) cut the margin to 11-10 with 41 seconds remaining, Abby O'Beirne (Mount St. Joseph) won the draw and Rebecca Douglass' shot was blocked to secure the victory for the host Pioneers. Katelyn Catanese paced the Mountaineers with five goals, and Breana Waraksa had a goal and three assists. Liz Ottey of Sacred Heart (4-5, 2-0) had three goals and two assists.

Towson 17, Richmond 12 -- Junior midfielder Hillary Fratzke scored three goals -- including the 100th of her career -- as the visiting Tigers (6-2) earned their second win in the past three games by defeating the Spiders (2-7). Fratzke, who leads the Tigers with 24 goals and 13 assists, became the seventh player in the program's history to reach the 100-goal milestone. She has 102 career goals and 39 assists.

Notre Dame 13, Loyola 10 -- The Greyhounds (3-6, 1-3 Big East) cut a six-goal deficit to two with 12 minutes remaining but could not get past the host Fighting Irish (6-3, 1-1). Grace Gavin tied a career high with four goals in the loss.

New Hampshire 11, UMBC 4 -- The Retrievers (2-7, 1-2 America East Conference) lost to the host Wildcats (7-2, 1-0), their fifth straight defeat. Senior attacker Ali Levendusky scored three goals for UMBC.

Colgate 19, Navy 10 -- Despite three goals apiece from Meg Decker and Erin Rawlick, the Mids (6-1, 1-1 Patriot League) fell to the host Red Raiders (4-6, 2-0).

Washington & Lee 18, McDaniel 5 -- Brittany Baer and Erinn Hopkins each scored twice for McDaniel (4-2).


No. 7 Princeton 8, No. 2 Virginia 7 -- Junior Christine Casaceli scored with 2.7 seconds left to lift the host Tigers (6-0) over the Cavaliers (6-2). Lizzie Drumm led Princeton's attack with two goals and an assist, while Ashley Amo added a goal and two assists.

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