Kelly Kasper scored four goals and Lauren Cohen had two to lead No. 3 Maryland past No. 10 North Carolina, 10-8, yesterday.
Allie Buote made 10 saves for the visiting Terps (12-1, 3-1 Atlantic Coast Conference).
Maryland built a 4-1 lead through the first 11:38 of the game behind a pair of goals from Kasper.
The Tar Heels (10-4, 2-3) were led by Kristen Taylor who had two goals and an assist. Corey Donohoe (North Harford) and Chelsea Parks each scored twice for the Tar Heels.
Maryland led at halftime, 6-4, and held the Tar Heels scoreless for the first 13:29 of the second half. The Terps extended their lead to 10-6 on a goal by Sarah Mollison with 2:31 left.
Navy 18, Bucknell 11 -- The host Mids (10-3, 3-2) overcame a slow start and clinched a spot in the Patriot League tournament with the win. Navy freshman Katrina Nietsch led all scorers with six goals. Julia Braun and Chelsea Peters each had a hat trick for Bucknell (5-6, 1-4).
Salisbury 11, College of New Jersey 10, OT -- Sue Ackerman (Liberty) scored her seventh goal of the game on a free position with 3:11 left in overtime to preserve the No. 1 ranking in Division III for the host Sea Gulls (16-0). The Sea Gulls and Lions (9-1) played even through regulation, with each teams scoring six goals in the first half and four in the second. Ashley Gender scored twice in the second half to give Salisbury a 10-9 lead before TCNJ's Leigh Mitchell tied the score with 2:05 left to force overtime.
Goucher 11, Susquehanna 10, 3 OT -- Marlo Tersigni scored the game-winner on a free position with 2:14 left in the third overtime as the visiting Gophers (3-8, 2-1 Landmark Conference) beat the Crusaders (4-7, 1-2). Emily Blatter tied the game with 1:42 left in regulation to force overtime. After a scoreless first overtime, Blatter gave Goucher a 10-9 lead with a 1:58 left in the second overtime. But, Susquehanna's Kelly Coffey scored with 26 seconds left in the second overtime to force a third.
Frostburg State 18, Wesley 17 -- Elisabeth Hildebrand (five goals) scored on a free position with four seconds left to lift the visiting Bobcats (6-7) over the Wolverines (5-8). Frostburg State, which led for most of the game, had a three-goal cushion with 3:22 left, but Wesley scored four goals over that span and tied the game with 32 seconds left. Carly Rihard (North Carroll) had seven goals for the Bobcats.
St. Mary's 19, Mary Washington 12 -- Emily Norris and Allie Zerhusen totaled 10 goals, five apiece, to power the host Seahawks (9-4, 5-1 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Eagles (9-6, 5-1). The Seahawks broke the game open with an 8-0 run.
McDaniel 20, Haverford 6 -- Brittany Baer and Kerrie Wuenschel combined for nine goals to power the host Green Terror (8-5, 4-3 Centennial Conference) past the Fords (5-9, 1-6). McDaniel scored nine straight goals after the game was tied at 2.
Dickinson 21, Washington College 12 -- The host Red Devils (9-4, 5-2 Centennial Conference) scored eight straight goals during a stretch of 14:05 in the second half to take control of the game. Liz Cumberpatch (Annapolis) had a game-high five goals for the Shorewomen (7-7, 2-5).
College of Notre Dame 18, Marywood 5 -- The host Gators (7-4, 5-3 Pennsylvania Athletic Conference) jumped out to a 14-3 halftime lead en route to their third straight win. Notre Dame's Lauren Terry finished with four goals and Amelia Yatto had three. The Gators took a 7-0 lead in the opening 12 minutes against the Pacers (1-9, 1-7). .
Hood 11, Ferrum 10 -- Freshman Kelsey Blackwell scored a game-high five goals and senior Lauren Lieb tallied 14 saves for the host Blazers (3-11). The Panthers (3-8) tied the score at 10 with 10:58 left before Blackwell scored the game-winner 1:32 later.