Loyola wins in 4th OT period

Senior Jake Hagelin (Boys' Latin) made a career-high 18 saves and graduate student Chris Palmer scored the game-winning goal 2 minutes, 13 seconds into the fourth overtime period, as No. 20 Loyola (7-3) sealed a 6-5 win over host Georgetown (5-6) on Sunday.

Hagelin made six saves in overtime as the Hoyas outshot the Greyhounds 15-6. Palmer's goal, low and to the far post, came off a pass from senior Matt Langan.

"I saw that I had a shorty on me, and I was able to beat him inside," Palmer said. "I was falling down, and I just tried to put it anywhere. I looked up at the ref to see if it went in."

The game was the longest in Loyola's NCAA Division I history dating to 1982. Georgetown sophomore Davey Emala (Gilman) sent the game to overtime by scoring with 29 seconds left in regulation after the Greyhounds had gone up 5-4 on a goal by sophomore Josh Hawkins with 1:04 to go.


No. 6 North Carolina 15, Lehigh 8: Freshman Nicky Galasso, freshman Pat Foster (Boys' Latin) and junior Thomas Wood each recorded a hat trick as the Tar Heels (9-4) earned a victory over the host Mountain Hawks (6-8).

UMBC 13, Albany 9: Scott Jones scored four of his five goals in the fourth quarter to lead the visiting Retrievers (5-5, 2-1 America East) past the Great Danes (4-8, 0-3).

UMBC, which has won three straight, pulled away after Albany drew even, 9-9, early in the final period.


Goucher 11, Catholic 9: The visiting Gophers (9-4, 3-0 Landmark Conference) scored the final four goals to rally past the Cardinals.

Junior Rory Averett put Goucher in front with 2:04 to play, and junior Kyle Boncaro added an insurance goal with 1:06 on the clock.

Gophers sophomore Connor Mishaw made a career-high 19 saves.

St. Mary's 14, York 9: Senior Dennis Rosson (Severn) had five goals and an assist as the visiting Seahawks (6-8) defeated the No. 4 seed Spartans (10-6) in the first round of the Capital Athletic Conference tournament.

St. Mary's will play top-seeded Stevenson (15-1) at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Owings Mills.

Mary Washington 18, Hood 4: Playing their first postseason game in program history, the visiting Blazers (7-8) were overwhelmed by the third-seeded Eagles (11-5) in the first round of the CAC tournament.

Gettysburg 16, Washington College 6: The host Bullets (8-5, 5-2 Centennial Conference) cruised against the Shoremen (4-7, 2-5), who got two goals from freshman Hunter Nowicki (Franklin).


No. 3 Johns Hopkins 12, No. 7 Maryland 11: Senior Kyle Wharton scored the overtime game-winner with 16 seconds remaining in the first overtime as the Blue Jays (9-2) earned a come-from-behind victory against the host and No. 7 Terrapins (8-3).

Hopkins rallied from an 8-3 second-half deficit to extend its winning streak to four games — three of which have come by a goal.

Maryland sent the game to extra time with two goals in a 62-second span, the first by senior Ryan Young and the second by junior Joe Cummings (Loyola) with 2:40 remaining in regulation

Penn State 7, Towson 6: The Nittany Lions (6-5, 3-1 Colonial Athletic Association) rallied from a three-goal second-half deficit to defeat the visiting Tigers (2-9, 0-4).

Junior captain Matthew Mackrides led Penn State with two goals and an assist, and sophomore attackman Matt Hughes had two goals for Towson.Sunday


Loyola 6Georgetown 5, 4 OT

Gettysburg 16 Washington C. 6

Goucher 11 Catholic 9

CAC tournament


Mary Washington 18 Hood 4

St. Mary's 14 York 9


6 N.Carolina 15 Lehigh 8

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