Women's college soccer: Host and second-seeded UMBC saw its 2014 season end as third-seeded New Hampshire moved on to the America East Championship game after winning in penalty kicks, 6-5. The two teams played to a 1-1 tie, the second draw between the two this season. The Retrievers (12-4-3) took a one-goal lead in the opening half off a corner kick from defender Morgan Taylor (Severna Park) that deflected off a teammate's knee, but the Wildcats (7-8-3) evened the score in the 82nd minute. The teams combined for 27 shots in regulation and three in the two overtime periods. Jen Nance ... An early Hofstra goal from junior forward Leah Galton helped the Pride defeat visiting Towson, 3-0, in the Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinals. The Tigers (6-9-4) played in their first CAA tournament game in program history. Towson senior goalkeeper Erin Quinn (South Carroll) finished her career third in saves (318) and minutes (5,250), tied for fourth in shutouts (9), eighth in goals-against average (1.80) and eighth in save percentage (.752). Senior Sofia Read ended her career tied for 11th in career points with 31 career points, while senior midfielder Katie Ponce tied for 15th with 28. Hofstra improved to 12-6-1. ... Loyola Maryland played to a scoreless tie Saturday night at Lafayette. The Greyhounds (6-8-4, 2-3-4 Patriot League) finished the regular season tied for sixth with Lehigh but earned a spot in the conference tournament on a tiebreaker and will visit third-seeded Navy on Tuesday. Lafayette moved to 5-11-1, 2-6-1. ... Junior Sam Manson scored the game-tying goal on a 67th-minute free kick to help Mount St. Mary's to a 1-1 tie at Central Connecticut State. The Mount (2-16-1, 1-6-1 Northeast Conference) held the Blue Devils (9-5-4, 4-2-2) to one goal with the help of goalkeeper Rachel Bourne's five first-half saves and Vicky Cocozza's career-high-tying 13 saves in the second half and overtime. The Mount also added a team save to combine for 19 saves, the most for the program since 2007.