State lacrosse: Towson falls in 1st-place showdown to Penn State
By From Sun staff reports
Apr 14, 2013 | 2:04 AM
With first place on the line, Penn State (9-3, 4-0 Colonial Athletic Association) used a 6-1 run to take a four-goal lead in the third quarter that it would not relinquish en route to a 10-8 win over visiting Towson on Saturday.
The Tigers (7-6, 3-1) entered the match on a four-game winning streak but couldn't hold off a five-goal effort by the Nittany Lions' TJ Sanders.
UMBC 13, Stony Brook 12: The Retrievers (5-6, 2-1 America East) rallied to overtake the Seawolves (6-6, 1-2) in the final minutes.
Dave Brown tied the game for UMBC before Pat Young put the Retrievers on top with 2:39 left.
Army 14, Navy 7:Sam Jones scored his 100th career goal, but the Midshipmen (3-9, 1-5 Patriot League) were outshot 25-12 in the first half as the visiting Black Knights (7-4, 3-2) dominated.
Catholic was down two men from a pair of 60-second penalties assessed with 0:17 remaining in regulation.
Alvernia 9, Hood 3: Brian Ray scored four goals to lift the Crusaders (5-9, 1-4 Middle Atlantic Conference) over the host Blazers (3-12, 0-6).
Dickinson 15, Washington College 10: The Shoremen (10-2, 4-2 Centennial) were shut out in the second quarter as the visiting Red Devils (12-0, 5-0) rolled.
Frostburg State 12, Marymount 6: The host Saints (7-5, 0-4 CAC) were routed by the Bobcats (9-5, 1-3) in their home finale.
Stevenson 17, Albright 6: Billy Burgoyne scored three of his five goals in the second quarter to help give the Mustangs (12-2, 5-0 MAC) a 13-3 halftime lead in their rout of the visiting Lions (9-2, 3-1).
Salisbury 11, TCNJ 5: After leading by one at the half, the Sea Gulls (13-0) opened the second on a 5-0 run to take control against the visiting Lions (9-4).
Dickinson 12, Washington College 11: The host Shorewomen (10-2, 3-2 Centennial) came back to take a 10-8 lead in the second half but were outscored 4-1 from that point to fall to the Red Devils (7-5, 3-2).
Emily Hubley had five goals and an assist to lead Washington College.