Tucker Hull had three goals and five assists to lead the Navy men's lacrosse team (2-3, 1-1 Patriot League) to a 12-7 victory over host Lafayette (2-3, 0-1) on Saturday.
Lafayette answered with back-to-back goals just 46 seconds apart, taking a 2-1 lead with just over eight minutes remaining in the opening period.
Navy took the lead for good when Pat Kiernan intercepted a Lafayette pass and threw an outlet pass to senior co-captain Taylor Reynolds, who found Austin Heneveld with 5:38 to go.
No. 5 Maryland 17, Marist 4: Freshman Jay Carlson had four goals and Joe Cummings had three goals and an assist to lead the Terps (4-1) over the host Red Foxes (2-1). Maryland started strong when Curtis Holmes won the opening faceoff and found Cummings just six seconds into the game.
Mount St. Mary's 15, VMI 4: Mike Adkins gave the Mount (2-2) a 1-0 lead 2:46 into the game. The Mountaineers broke the game open by scoring six goals over the opening 8:15 of the second quarter. Drew Leonard scored for the Keydets (0-6) with 3:25 left to cut the Mount lead to 7-1 at the half.
St. Mary's 13, Muhlenberg 11: The Mules (2-4) took a 4-2 lead in the first period, but the Seahawks (2-2) outscored Muhlenberg 5-3 in the second.
Patrick Mull (Fallston) paced St. Mary's with a game-high four points.
McDaniel 8, Eastern 6: The Green Terror (4-2) scored three times in a 6-minute, 44-second span to spark a victory over the visiting Eagles (2-2).
JS Duke led McDaniel with his first hat trick of the season, adding an assist to his three goals. Ben Yancheski (Dulaney) added three goals.
Washington College 20, Wesley 1: The visiting Shoremen (2-2) took 20 shots in their eight-goal first quarter to only three shots for the Wolverines (0-4). Twelve Shoremen scored in the win.
Bennett Cord (Gaithersburg) led Washington with four goals and one assist.
Salisbury 18, Ohio Wesleyan 7: The game was close through the first three quarters before the Sea Gulls (7-0) went on a 9-0 run to distance themselves from the Battling Bishops (3-1) in the win at the Severn School.
Salisbury was led by Sam Bradman and Matt Cannone, who each scored five goals and had three assists.
Lynchburg 6, Stevenson 3: The Mustangs (4-1) tied the game at 3 in the third period but were unable to take the lead from the Hornets (5-1). Andrew Bishop had two points in the loss.
No. 16 Loyola 12, UMBC 11: The Retrievers (2-4) opened the scoring at 29:18 before the host Greyhounds (3-2) strung together four straight goals. Marlee Paton started the spurt, and freshman Hannah Schmitt had back-to-back goals. Joanna Dalton scored at 19:10 to cap the streak.
The Retrievers scored six of the final eight goals to pull within one.
Navy 21, Bucknell 11: Jasmine DePompeo scored a season-high seven points on four goals and three assists to lead the Midshipmen (7-1, 1-0 Patriot League) to a win over the visiting Bison (1-6, 0-1).
DePompeo and freshman Loren Generi played off each other to help Navy take a 6-1 lead just nine minutes into the game.
Sarah Appelt scored with 20:38 remaining, and Andi Raymond added a goal at 12:21 to give Towson a 6-4 advantage.
Iona 17, Mount St. Mary's 5: The Mount (0-5) jumped out to the early advantage before the visiting Gaels (4-2) scored the next 12 goals.
Morgan Dalton (Archbishop Spalding) had her first career goal in the loss.
St. Mary's 8, Haverford 5: The Fords (1-3) claimed a 2-1 lead at 22:35 as Diana Perry scored twice.
The Seahawks (3-3) responded with three straight goals, including back-to-back goals by Emily Shafer to take a 4-2 lead at 8:40.
Salisbury 19, Washington & Lee 3: Allie Wheatley matched a career high by scoring five goals for the Sea Gulls (4-0) in their win over the visiting Generals (3-2).
Kara Koolage won the game's opening draw control and put the Sea Gulls on the board just nine seconds later.
McDaniel 18, Bryn Mawr 2: Ten players scored for the visiting Green Terror (2-3, 1-0 Centennial Conference), including freshman Danielle Entrot (Centennial), who had six points, in the win over the Owls (1-1, 0-1).
Randolph-Macon 19, Hood 9: Despite a career-high 18 saves from Helene Butler, the Blazers (2-5) lost to the visiting Yellow Jackets (2-1).
Randolph-Macon scored five unanswered goals on two occasions in the opening half and led 11-4 at halftime.