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Freshman Grant Catalino stole the show on Senior Day in No. 9 Maryland's 16-10 win over Yale yesterday at Chevy Chase Bank Field.

The attackman led all scorers with a career-high seven points on four goals and a career-best three assists. Catalino's seven points are the most by a Terp since March 20, 2007, when Michael Phipps had seven in a win over Mount St. Mary's.

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Scott Tompkins (Gilman) started things off for the Terps when he received a pass from Catalino and ripped a shot into the Bulldogs' goal for a 1-0 lead.

Catalino scored less than two minutes later when he picked up a ground ball in the left alley and scored past Yale goalkeeper George Carafides.

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Maryland (9-5) never trailed, as Drew Evans' goal off an assist from junior All-American Dan Groot at the 6:18 mark started a seven-goal run that put the game out of reach.

The Terps had a 38-30 edge in shots.

Maryland's faceoff combination of Will Dalton (6-of-14), Bryn Holmes (9-of-13) and Jeff Reynolds (2-of-3) won 17 of 30 draws, including six of nine in the second quarter that led to six Terrapin goals.

Dalton (St. Mary's) led the Terps with five ground balls, while and Holmes (McDonogh) and Reynolds (Calvert Hall) had three apiece.

Drew 8, Goucher 5, OT -- Goucher was denied the inaugural Landmark Conference title when the Gophers lost to No. 1 seed Drew in the championship game of the conference's postseason tournament. The visiting Gophers (11-5) scored first, on an unassisted goal by Alan Tiet 4:54 into the game. It was their only lead, as Mike Sayers put Drew ahead 2-1 by scoring with 30 seconds remaining in the first quarter. Neither team scored again until Cooper Mazon set up a goal by Dave Duff 2:59 into the third quarter, tying the score at 2. The Rangers (9-7) responded with three straight goals, taking a 5-2 lead on a goal by Jon Bucknam with 2:53 remaining in the quarter. The Gophers closed to within 5-4 on an unassisted goal by Alex Boucher with 1:50 left in the period, but Drew regained a two-goal advantage on another goal by Bucknam. The Gophers were limited to five shots and a goal by Tiet in the fourth quarter.

Villa Julie 15, Stevens Institute of Technology 12 -- The Mustangs took 50 shots, collected 37 ground balls and won 19 of 28 faceoffs in their victory over the visiting Ducks. With the score tied at 5, Villa Julie ended the first half with a four-goal run to lead 9-5. Richard Ford (Towson) led Villa Julie with five goals and one assist, Kevin Donnelly (St. Vincent Pallotti) added three goals and Nick Bevacqua scored twice.

State women

No. 5 Maryland 20, Loyola 4 -- Eight players scored goals as the Terrapins defeated host Loyola in the Greyhounds' season finale at Diane Geppi-Aikens Field. Kelly Kasper and Laura Merrifield scored three goals apiece, and Dana Dobbie and Kate Faas each scored twice for the Terrapins (17-2). Kate Filippelli scored two goals and had an assist for Loyola (6-10). Maryland recorded the game's first 10 goals before Abby Rehfuss took a pass from Grace Gavin (St. Paul's) and scored from the right side of the crease for the Greyhounds. Faas scored the next goal, giving the Terps a 11-1 halftime lead. Loyola's Alicyn Brunnett won the opening draw of the second half, and Filippelli scored unassisted 23 seconds in. Maryland scored twice more before Filippelli fed Gavin, who scored with a behind-the-back shot with 24:26 to play. Filippelli scored the Greyhounds' final goal on a free-position shot with 20:23 remaining before Maryland reeled off the last six goals.

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No. 8 Vanderbilt 10, Johns Hopkins 7 -- Vanderbilt broke open a tie at 3 with a 6-1 run as the Commodores defeated the Blue Jays in the American Lacrosse Conference semifinals in Evanston, Ill. Vanderbilt (13-4) advances to face Northwestern in the conference title game today. Hopkins senior Kadie Stamper (C. Milton Wright) controlled two draws in the game to break the school record of 202 held by Jamie Larrimore. With the game tied at 3, Ashley Paschall scored on a free-position shot to give Vanderbilt the lead and ignite a 4-0 run. Senior Lauren Schwarzmann (Century) led Hopkins (8-9) with three goals to give her a career total of 79, 10th best in Hopkins' Division I history.

National men

No. 19 Hofstra 10, No. 6 Drexel 9, OT -- Thomas Dooley scored 11 seconds into overtime to lift the Pride (10-5) over the host Dragons (13-4) in the Colonial Athletic Association championship game. Anthony Muscarella scored four goals for Hofstra, which scored twice in the final 1:18 to force overtime. Colin Ambler and Scott Perri each scored twice for Drexel.

Penn State 12, No. 10 Georgetown 11, OT -- The host Nittany Lions (7-7) closed out the 2008 season with an overtime victory over the No. 10 Hoyas (9-4) in an Eastern College Athletic Conference game. Juniors Max VanArsdale and Mike Toner and sophomore Charley Henneghan led a late Penn State rally that helped secure the upset. With the Nittany Lions behind 11-9 and less than a minute to play in regulation, VanArsdale scored an unassisted goal and Henneghan won two late faceoffs, the first leading to his assisting on Toner's game-tying goal. VanArsdale then won the game with an unassisted goal in overtime.

No. 11 Colgate 12, No. 2 Syracuse 11 -- Colgate senior Matt Lalli scored a career-high seven points (three goals, four assists) to lead the host Raiders (11-5) to a 12-11 upset victory over the Orange (12-2) on Senior Day. Sophomore goalkeeper Tim Harrington (Loyola) recorded 16 saves, including a last-second stop to secure the win. Freshman Zack Craumer added a career-best three goals for Colgate, which had never beaten a team ranked as high as No. 2 in the nation. The Raiders, who have won seven in a row, have beaten Syracuse in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1963 and 1964.


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