xml:space="preserve">
xml:space="preserve">
Advertisement
Advertisement

Maggie Schneidereith leads Johns Hopkins past Michigan | WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Maggie Schneidereith (Towson) had a career-best seven goals and added three assists to lead No. 16 Johns Hopkins to a 20-13 victory over host Michigan in women’s college lacrosse Saturday.

The Blue Jays improved to 7-5, 7-5 Big Ten and the Wolverines fell to 3-8, 3-8 in the regular-season finale for both teams.

Advertisement

Hopkins will face Penn State in the conference quarterfinals on Thursday.

The Blue Jays used a balanced offense scoring 10 goals in each half and their defense held Michigan to four goals in the second half. Kathleen Garvey made six saves for Hopkins.

Advertisement
Advertisement

UMBC 27, Binghamton 16: Claire Bockstie (Maryvale) and Dymin Gerow (Baltimore resident) each scored seven goals to lead the host Retrievers (6-4, 5-3 America East) over the Bearcats (3-4, 3-4).

The victory secured a conference playoff spot, marked the most conference wins since 2006 and a school-record 43 goals, the most scored by two teams since the previous record of 39 set in 2017.

Megan Halczuk had 14 draw controls, another school record for UMBC. Olivia Docal had five goals and Lily Kennedy (Marriotts Ridge) had three goals for the Retrievers.

Lexi Roberts (Fallston) made eight saves for UMBC.

Advertisement

Notre Dame (Md.) 16, Wilson 4: The host Gators (8-0) successfully defended the Colonial States Athletic Conference Championship by beating the Phoenix (4-4).

Notre Dame built a 10-1 lead in the first half. The Gators were led by Julie Hagis (Havre de Grace) with four goals and an assist, Sara Morales (Catholic) had three goals and three assists and Hannah Mullaney had three goals.

Notre Dame advances to the NCAA Division III tournament.

Salisbury 18, Roanoke 7: The host Sea Gulls (13-0, 7-0 Coast-to-Coast Conference) completed a perfect regular season with a win over the Maroons (8-3, 5-1).

Lauren Valenti and Lydia McNulty (Broadneck) scored five goals each to lead Salisbury, which will host St. Mary’s in Wednesday’s conference tournament semifinal.

St. Mary’s 14, Southern Virginia 6: Lucy Gussio (Notre Dame Prep) had a hat trick and the host Seahawks (7-4) beat the Knights (6-9) in the first round of the Coast-to-Coast Conference tournament. St. Mary’s advances to Wednesday’s semifinal.

Washington College 19, Muhlenberg 12: The visiting Shorewomen (4-3, 3-2 Centennial Conference) went on a 7-0 run in the second half to pull away from the Mules (1-4, 1-4).

Leading goal scorers for Washington College were Sydney Allender (Mount de Sales), Anna Bennett (Garrison Forest), Colleen Keefe (Notre Dame Prep) and Olivia Miller (Southern) each scored three goals.

Gettysburg 20, McDaniel 3: The host Bullets (5-0, 5-0 Centennial Conference) opened with a 5-0 run and beat the Green Terror (2-4, 2-3). Goal scorers for McDaniel included: Kealey Allison, Abby Blankenship and Natalie Hoff (South Carroll).

Navy at No. 12 Loyola Md., cnd.: The game between the Mids (7-3, 3-2 Patriot League) and host Greyhounds (8-2, 4-0) has been canceled. No makeup date has been announced.

Loyola will host Furman on Sunday at noon and Navy will host Bucknell on Friday at 6 p.m.

Mount St. Mary’s at Long Island, ppd.: The game between the Mount (11-2, 10-0 Northeast Conference) and host Sharks (9-3, 7-3) was postponed.

That was the second straight postponement for Mount St. Mary’s after Wednesday’s game against St. Francis (Pa.) was postponed.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement