Goalie Jack Runkel made nine saves for Loyola (8-2, 4-0 Eastern College Athletic Conference), while the Greyhounds forced 16 Ohio State turnovers.
Loyola also held the Buckeyes (6-3, 1-2) without an extra-man goal despite five opportunities in the game. Entering the contest, Ohio State was first in the ECAC and fifth in the nation with a 53.8 percent success rate on man-up chances.
Hartford 15, UMBC 14, OT: Hartford midfielder Garrett Dollard scored the game-tying goal with 11 seconds remaining in regulation and tallied the game-winner 54 seconds into overtime as the host Hawks edged the Retrievers (3-6, 0-1 America East).
UMBC received a delay-of-game penalty in the final minute of regulation, allowing Dollard to score the tying goal for the Hawks (4-4, 1-0). The Retrievers won the draw to start overtime but turned the ball over, allowing the game-winning goal.
Lehigh 12, Navy 7: Sam Jones (Severna Park) played a role in six goals for the Midshipmen (3-7, 1-4 Patriot League), but his team's slow start led to a loss against the host Mountain Hawks (7-4, 3-0).
Sacred Heart 14, Mount St. Mary's 5: Brett Schmidt (St. Mary's Ryken) had two goals and an assist as the Mount (4-7, 0-1) fell to the visiting Pioneers (1-8, 1-0) in the Northeast Conference opener.
Franklin & Marshall 16, Washington College 9: The host Diplomats (6-3, 3-0 Centennial Conference) held an 8-2 first-half lead and put the game away with five unanswered second-half goals to deal the visiting fourth-ranked Shoremen (8-1, 2-1) their first loss of the season.
Bennett Cord (Gaithersburg) and Jim Cusick (Calvert Hall) scored two goals each for Washington College, while Hunter Nowicki (Franklin) finished with one goal and two assists.
Haverford 9, McDaniel 6: A pair of scoring streaks in the second half propelled the Fords (4-5, 1-2 Centennial) to a victory over the visiting Green Terror (3-8, 0-3).
The game was tied at 2 at halftime, but Haverford had a 3-0 surge in the beginning of the second half and closed the game with a four-goal streak.
St. Mary's 10, Frostburg State 9: Will Lerch completed his hat trick with 7:47 left in the game for a 10-7 Seahawks lead and St. Mary's (6-4, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) withstood a two-goal rally over the final 2:49 to beat the Bobcats (6-4, 0-2).
Ben Love (McDonogh) had three goals for the Seahawks. Spenser Love (Winters Mill) and Chris Rios each had two goals and an assist for Frostburg State.
Salisbury 16, Marymount 7: Wade Korvin (Arundel) scored a game-high four goals as the Sea Gulls (10-2, 3-0 CAC) defeated the visiting Saints (5-3, 0-2).
Salisbury took an early lead with unanswered goals by five players in the first quarter and never looked back.
Johns Hopkins 12, Vanderbilt 11, OT: Taylor D'Amore scored the game-winner with 5.5 seconds remaining in overtime as the 12th-ranked Blue Jays (7-4, 1-1 American Lacrosse Conference) beat the visiting Commodores (1-11, 0-3).
Carly Linthicum scored for Vanderbilt with 1:12 to play in the overtime period to tie the score at 11. D'Amore won the ensuing draw. The win ends the Blue Jays' seven-game losing streak to the Commodores.
Salisbury 14, Mary Washington 7: The Sea Gulls (8-0, 1-0 CAC) extended their conference winning streak to 88games by defeating the visiting Eagles (6-6, 2-1).
Bethany Baer (Westminster) had three goals and forced three turnovers in the win.
Franklin & Marshall 12, Washington College 5: The Diplomats (6-2, 2-0 Centennial) used a 6-0 run in the first half to take control of the game and hand the host Shorewomen (7-1, 0-1) their first loss of the season.
Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) led Washington College with three goals and scored her 100th career point.
Haverford 11, McDaniel 7: Danielle Entrot (Centennial) had three goals and one assist but it wasn't enough as the host Green Terror (5-4, 1-1 Centennial) fell to the Fords (7-2, 1-1).
Frostburg State 17, Southern Virginia 0: The Bobcats (4-4) had 12 players score and earned their first shutout since 2010 against the visiting Knights (1-4-1). Megan White (Wicomico) and Natalie Hughes led Frostburg State with three goals each.