No. 2 UM women top No. 8 G'town

The Baltimore Sun

Brandi Jones and Caitlyn McFadden each scored twice during a five-goal run midway through the second half to carry the No. 2 Maryland women's lacrosse team past host and No. 8 Georgetown, 14-12, yesterday at Multi-Sport Field.

Ashby Kaestner, who scored three goals, gave the Hoyas (3-2) their first lead, 10-9, with 20:12 left before the Terps (5-0) started their run. Jones and Sarah Mollison each finished with three goals.

Towson 13, Temple 7: : Nikki Marcinik scored a season-high four goals and added two assists as the host Tigers (3-1) beat the Owls (0-4). Marcinik was one of three Tigers to record a hat trick.

Salisbury 22, Marymount 6: : Ashleigh Gender scored four goals and the host Sea Gulls (7-0, 4-0 Capital Athletic) led 15-3 at the half.

State men

Salisbury 27, Marymount 7: : Freshman Matt Cannone set a career-high seven goals as the host Sea Gulls (7-0, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference) won their 52nd straight game and their 103rd consecutive game in conference play.

Washington College 11, Hampden-Sydney 7: : Matt Moreton had four goals and two assists to lift the Shoremen (4-1) past the host Tigers (2-3). Hampden-Sydney led 5-3 in the second quarter before the Shoremen scored four unanswered goals.

Stevenson 13, St. Mary's 4: : Steve Kazimer had four goals to lead the visiting Mustangs (5-0, 1-0 CAC) past the Seahawks (1-3, 0-1). It was the eighth consecutive regular-season win for Stevenson.

Mary Washington 8, McDaniel 7, OT: : Brian Deal scored the game-winner with 42 seconds left in overtime for the host Eagles (4-2). Preston Gibbs scored three goals to lead McDaniel (3-1).

Randolph-Macon 19, Hood 3: : Chris Miner had a goal and an assist for the host Blazers (1-5), but the Yellow Jackets (3-0) took a 6-1 first-quarter lead and rolled from there.

Goucher 19, Trine 6: : Kyle Boncaro had four goals and two assists to power the host Gophers (4-1) past the Thunder (0-4).

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