Roundup: No. 5 Terps women top Princeton, 15-9, behind Aust

Alex Aust recorded a career-high 10 points Wednesday, including a school-record six assists, as No. 5 Maryland beat host Princeton, 15-9.

Aust led Maryland (12-3) in goals with four and was backed up by a trio of hat tricks from Katie Schwarzmann, Kelly McPartland and Kristy Black. Brooke Griffin had four points on a goal and three assists.


The Tigers fell to 6-5.

Maryland erased an early 3-1 deficit with an 11-0 run that capped the first half and began the second.


Brittany Dipper led the defense with 11 saves in the cage, including six in the decisive first half. Maryland was a perfect 14-for-14 in clears and dominated the ground balls 17-11. Reserve defender Annie Farrell paced the Terps with three draw controls.

No. 14 Virginia 11, No. 16 Johns Hopkins 7: The host Blue Jays (7-5) struck first but fell behind quickly as the Cavaliers (10-5) used a 3-0 run to distance themselves.

Josie Owens led Virginia with four goals and Candace Rossi and Collen McCaffrey scored twice each for Hopkins, which has lost three straight.

Salisbury 17, Marymount 3: Allie Wheatley scored a game-high five goals to lead the Sea Gulls past the host Saints.


Wheatley moved up two spots on the Sea Gulls' all-time goal scoring list, with 128, tied at No. 7 with Jess Chmielewski (2006-2010).

The five goal output also matches a single-game career-high for Wheatley. Also matching a career high was Katie Bollhorst, with five assists in the contest. With those five helpers, Bollhorst moves into a tie for sixth place on Salisbury's all-time assist leaderboard.

Notre Dame (Md.) 14, Rosemont 1: Allison Terry (Catholic) scored four goals and the host Gators (5-4, 3-2 Colonial States Athletic Conference) won their third in a row.

The Ravens fell to 0-11 and 0-7. Notre Dame scored 11 straight.

Washington College 10, Haverford 7: Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) scored a career-high five goals and assisted on one as the visiting Shorewomen (8-4, 4-2 Centennial Conference) beat the Fords (5-8, 3-3) on Swan Field.

Corinne Ziccardi (Loch Raven) gave Washington College a 1-0 lead 3:40 into the game.

Stevenson 20, Frostburg State 4: Marissa Meiklejohn (five goals) led a balanced attack as the host Mustangs (7-5, 4-2 CAC) scored 10 goals in each half.

Kaitlyn Dudley scored twice for the Bobcats (4-10, 2-5). She scored her team's first goal with 2:39 left in the first half.

Mary Washington 22, Hood 3: The host Blazers (2-13, 0-6 CAC) have lost 11 in a row.

State men

Salisbury 24, Wesley 3: The host Sea Gulls (14-0, 6-0 Capital Athletic Conference) opened with an 11-0 run and cruised past the Wolverines (2-10, 2-5).

Erik Krum scored a game-high seven goals, three each in the first and third quarters, to lead Salisbury.

York 11, Hood 5: Joey O'Hara scored twice, but the visiting Blazers (3-11, 1-5 CAC) lost to the Spartans (7-5, 3-3).

York's defense held Hood scoreless in the first and third quarters.

Stevenson 10, Marymount 6: The visiting Mustangs (12-2, 6-0 CAC) extended their one-goal lead in the second half with Justin Lea scoring the last two goals of the game in the fourth quarter to secure the win.

Ian Bolland made six saves for the Saints (5-8, 2-5).

National women

No. 8 Duke 16, High Point 7: The host Blue Devils (10-5), led by three-goal performances from Kim Wenger and Kerrin Maurer, used a 12-1 run to top the Panthers (8-3).

The run started at the 17:47 the first half and ended with 11:49 left in the game. Wenger scored all three of her goals during the spurt.

No. 13 Penn State 15, Lehigh 3: Theresa Zichelli (Severna Park.) had a game-high five points, three goals and two assists, and the visiting Nittany Lions (9-4)) ended a two-game losing streak.

The Mountain Hawks fell to 7-7.

No. 19 Stony Brook 12, Yale 8: The host Seawolves (11-3) outscored the Bulldogs (3-8) in the second half 7-4 to pull away.

Demmianne Cook led Stony Brook with four goals. Caroline Crow and Jen Devito each had four goals for Yale.

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