Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 20 Loyola upsets No. 9 Virginia, 13-12, in overtime

Subject: #14, Hannah Schmitt, Loyola, women¿Äôs lacrosse Slug: bs-sp-womens-lacrosse-player-of-the-week-0221 Credit: Loyola athletics
Subject: #14, Hannah Schmitt, Loyola, women¿Äôs lacrosse Slug: bs-sp-womens-lacrosse-player-of-the-week-0221 Credit: Loyola athletics(Credit: Loyola athletics / Baltimore Sun)

Hannah Schmitt had a hat trick in overtime as No. 20 Loyola Maryland upset No. 9 host Virginia, 13-12, on Wednesday night.

Maddy Blakeman tied the score at 10 with 13 seconds left in regulation to force overtime and start a 4-0 run for the Greyhounds (2-4). The Cavaliers (3-4) scored twice over the final 24 seconds and drew within one with 12 seconds left in overtime.


Schmitt finished with four goals. Courtney Swan and Liza Blue (Garrison Forest) had three goals each for Virginia.

No. 1 Maryland 17, Towson 2: McDonogh grads Megan Whittle and Taylor Cummings led the way as the Terps (6-0) defeated the host Tigers (2-1).

Whittle had six goals, and Cummings had two goals and four assists. Maryland held Towson scoreless in the second half.

UMBC 17, Drexel 10: Sam Nolan (Fallston) scored a game-high five goals and the host Retrievers (4-3) bounced back from last week's 14-7 loss to No. 1 Maryland.

The Dragons dropped to 1-6.

American 12, Mount St.Mary's 4: Kelly Maloney (River Hill) had two goals, but the Mount (1-4) lost its second straight, falling to the host Eagles (2-5).

Washington College 17, Rhode Island College 0: The Shorewomen (2-1) recorded their fourth shutout in team history and held the Anchormen (0-2) to no shots in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.



No. 3 Duke 12, Georgetown 4: The Blue Devils defense, anchored by goaltender Kelsey Duryea with 10 saves, limited the host Hoyas (1-4) to four goals on 20 shots.

Brigid Smith led Duke (8-0) with four goals.

No. 4 Boston College 16, No. 13 Louisville 15, OT: Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) scored a game-high six goals, including the winner with six seconds left in overtime to lift the host Eagles (7-0, 3-0 ACC) over the Cardinals (5-1, 0-1).

Faye Brust (John Carroll) scored her fifth goal to give Louisville a 14-12 lead with 2:50 left in regulation. Boston College scored twice over the final 1:28 to force overtime. Stanwick got an assist on the tying goal by Mikaela Rix (five goals) with 43 seconds left in regulation. The two teams traded goals in the overtime period before Stanwick put Boston College up for good.

No. 16 James Madison 13, No. 12 Penn State 12: The Dukes (6-1) used a 3-0 run over the final five minutes to sprint past the host Nittany Lions (4-2).

James Madison's Stephanie Finley and Penn State's Tatum Coffey each had a hat trick in a game that featured five ties.


Katie O'Donnell scored with five seconds left to draw the Nittany Lions within one.

Villanova 11, No. 17 Delaware 9: The host Wildcats (2-3) took a 6-2 lead at halftime and held on to upset the Blue Hens (5-2).