Highlight: Sophomore goalkeeper Grant Limone stopped a game-high 14 shots, and the defense limited the Cavaliers to their fewest goals since 2005 as the Greyhounds earned their first win in the series since 1990.
Lowlight: It's difficult to find fault in such a convincing victory, but the team won just seven of 17 faceoffs, picked up seven fewer ground balls and took seven fewer shots than Virginia. Those numbers have to improve.
Up next: A home opener against No. 6 Johns Hopkins on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Highlight: Senior midfielder Evan Gormley scored a career-high four goals and redshirt junior attackman Bubba Johnson added three goals and one assist as the Mountaineers got a balanced effort from their starting attack (five goals and two assists) and their first midfield (7 G, 2 A).
Lowlight: Mount St. Mary's won just 12 of 27 faceoffs and collected 25 ground balls to the Blue Hens' 35. That formula is not going to work too often against better opponents.
Up next: Another road game, with a trip to No. 17 Towson.