Hannah Powers scored four goals to lift Loyola Maryland over host Georgetown, 12-9, in women's lacrosse on Tuesday.
The Greyhounds (5-4) used a 6-0 run that spanned both halves to beat the Hoyas (2-7). Georgetown's Kristen Bandos had a game-high five goals.
Loyola visits Boston University on Saturday at 1 p.m.
St. Mary's 11, Catholic 10: Meg Gesner (Severn) gave the Seahawks (8-1) an 11-7 lead with 7:18 left and St. Mary's defense held off the Cardinals (2-5).
Gesner had a game-high five goals.
No. 20 Air Force 10, No. 11 Duke 9, OT: Chris Walsch scored the winner on an assist from Nick Hruby with 10 seconds left in overtime as the Falcons (7-2) upset the host Blue Devils (6-4).
Walsch finished with three goals and four assists. Deemer Class (Loyola Blakefield) and Chad Cohan each had a hat trick for Duke.
Boston University 9, No. 15 Harvard 8: Cal Dearth had four goals and the Terriers (7-2) upset the host Crimson (2-2).
Harvard went on a 3-0 run over the final eight minutes. Devin Dwyer had four goals for the Crimson.
No. 19 Hofstra 13, Vermont 12, OT: Josh Byrne tied the game with 20 seconds left and Brian Van Bargen scored the winner with 2:49 left in overtime as the host Pride (5-3) beat the Catamounts (3-5).
Vermont used a 4-0 run to take a 12-11 lead with 41/2 minutes left in regulation.
No. 5 Louisville 11, Cincinnati 7: Hannah Koloski scored five goals and Kaylin Morissette added a hat trick to power the visiting Cardinals (10-1) past the Bearcats (4-6).
Louisville built a 7-3 halftime lead before trading goals with Cincinnati in the second half.
Baltimore Sun staff contributed to this article.