State lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Maryland men top Stony Brook, 11-8

Long Island natives Mike Chanenchuk and Tim Rotanz combined to score six goals to lead top-ranked Maryland to an 11-8 win over host Stony Brook on Saturday.

The Terps improved to 5-0 on the season, while the Seawolves fell to 2-3.


After a bit of a shaky start for both teams, Maryland scored first when Chanenchuk connected on a runner down the left alley at the 10:42 mark.

The Seawolves answered less than a minute later on an unassisted goal by Mike Andreassi, but the Terps scored three unanswered goals to take a 4-1 lead going into the second quarter.


Freshman Matt Rambo scored an unassisted goal at 9:26 to give the Terps the lead back. Chanenchuk scored his second of the day with 7:24 to play in the first to make it a 3-1 game.

Maryland's extra-man unit closed out the scoring in the first quarter with Jay Carlson (St. Paul's) connecting from the left wing off a feed from Joe LoCascio at the 5:42 mark.

Stevenson 12, Albright 8: Stephen Banick had four goals and five points as the visiting Mustangs (3-1, 1-0 Commonwealth Conference) overcame a three-goal first-period deficit to beat the Lions (1-2, 0-1).

McDaniel 9, Marywood 6: The visiting Green Terror (2-3) broke a 2-all first-quarter tie by outscoring the Pacers (2-3) by 6-3 over the next two quarters. Patrick Serio (Marriotts Ridge) and Troy Becker each scored twice for McDaniel.

Goucher 8, King's College 3: Pierce Ingram had a hat trick and the host Gophers (1-4) used a 5-1 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Monarchs (4-1).

Goucher missed nine shots in the first quarter before scoring its first goal six seconds into the second quarter. King's was held to one goal in each of the first three quarters.

Washington College 12, Frostburg State 7: The Shoremen (4-0) closed the game on a 4-0 run to beat the visiting Bobcats (4-1).

Washington College's Hunter Nowicki (Franklin) and Frostburg State's Ryan Serio (Chesapeake-AA) each scored four goals.


Marymount 11, Hood 2: The host Saints (5-0) used tough defense to hold the Blazers (1-2) scoreless for two quarters.

Brett Humphreys and Tai Foster had the only goals for Hood.

Muhlenberg at St. Mary's, ppd: The game between the Seahawks (2-2) and the Mules (1-3) has been moved to today at 1p.m. at Muhlenberg.


No. 9 Penn State 18, No. 12 Loyola Maryland 11: Paced by a career-high six points (four goals, two assists) from Madison Cyr (Winters Mill), the host Nittany Lions (3-3) handed the Greyhounds (2-4) their fourth straight loss.

Loyola was led by Ali Habicht (Loch Raven) and Kara Burke (Dulaney) with three goals each. Penn State evened the series with Loyola at 14-all in its first win against the Greyhounds since 2010.


Kelly Lechner and Jenna Mosketti (Fallston) scored four goals each for the Nittany Lions, and freshman Abby Smucker (C.M. Wright) had her first hat trick.

No. 13 Navy 11, Lafayette 5: The host Mids (7-0, 1-0 Patriot League) used tough defense to limit the Leopards (3-3, 0-1) to five goals on 18 shots.

Aimee Gennaro had three goals and Annie Foky had six saves for Navy.

No. 14 Johns Hopkins 17, George Washington 3: Four Blue Jays had a hat trick and KC Emerson made 16 saves as Hopkins (7-0) beat the host Colonials (3-3).

Jen Cook (McDonogh) led Hopkins with four goals and one assist and Sammy Cermack had one goal and four assists.

Drexel 9, UMBC 8: Kelly Palace scored twice over a six-minute period late in the game to lead the host Dragons (3-3) over the Retrievers (2-4).


UMBC's Kristen Bilney (Mount Hebron) had her second hat trick of the season.

George Mason 13, Mount St. Mary's 5: Hannah Gutcher (Mount de Sales) had her second career hat trick, but it wasn't enough as the Patriots (3-2) overwhelmed the Mount (1-4).

Mount St. Mary's took a 1-0 lead before George Mason reeled off eight consecutive goals to take control. Katie Mascolo scored four goals for the Patriots, while Gina Purdue added three in the win.

McDaniel 16, Frostburg State 8: Julia Jacobs (St. Mary's) and Danielle Entrot (Centennial) combined to score eight goals to lead the host Green Terror (2-0) past the Bobcats (0-5).

Shenandoah 17, Goucher 5: Stefi Perry gave the visiting Gophers (2-3) their only lead, 1-0, a minute into the game before the Hornets (2-3) scored four straight and never looked back.

Salisbury 11, Washington & Lee 9: Kate Haker (Westminster) and Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) each had three goals as the host Sea Gulls (4-0) held off the Generals (4-2) to win.


Randolph-Macon at St. Mary's, ppd: The game between the Yellow Jackets (2-1) and Seahawks (1-3) has been moved to Ashland, Va., at 1 p.m. today because of unplayable field conditions at St. Mary's.