State lacrosse roundup (March 3): Loyola Maryland women take down Penn State

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Hannah Powers scored the game-winner with 50 seconds left in overtime as visiting Loyola Maryland upset No. 15 Penn State , 16-15, Saturday.

Madison Carter (South River) scored with 24:12 left in regulation to give the Nittany Lions (3-2) a 13-6 lead. The Greyhounds (1-2) answered with a 6-0 run to trail 13-12 with 15:56 left in the second half.


Loyola tied the score at 15-15 when Frankie Kamely scored with 28 seconds left in regulation.

The Greyhounds entered the overtime period two-men down due to a yellow and green card issued toward the end of regulation, but Livy Rosenzweig won the opening draw control, allowing the Greyhounds to run out the penalty time. Powers then drove the right side and scored her third goal of the game 2:10 into the overtime period.


Carter finished with a game-high five goals and Taylor Von Thof had four goals for Loyola.

No. 4 Maryland 17, Hofstra 10: McDonogh alums Megan Whittle and Brindi Griffin led the way as the host Terps (4-1) beat the Pride (2-2). Whittle finished with five goals and Griffin had a career-high four points on three goals and an assist.

Maryland used two runs of 5-0 and 4-0 to build an 11-4 halftime lead.

No. 8 Navy 22, Winthrop 11: Kelly Larkin had five goals and sisters Jenna and Julia Collins (River Hill) each scored three goals to lead the Mids (4-1) past the Eagles (1-3) in Sparks. Navy used a 4-0 run in the first half to take control.

Oregon at No. 11 Towson , ppd.: The game between the Ducks (2-1) and the host Tigers (3-0) was postponed because of flight cancellations to Baltimore. Oregon was unable to make the trip.

"We are hoping to re-schedule this game for later in the season," said Towson coach Sonia LaMonica.

The two teams are looking at a date the final week of March when the Ducks come to the East coast to play at East Carolina on Sunday, April 1.

No. 19 Johns Hopkins 19, Furman 0: Haley Crosson made four saves and Kathleen Garvey and Robyn Lipschultz each made one save as the host Blue Jays (4-2) shut out the Paladins (1-4).


The shutout marked the fourth in school history for Hopkins, which started scoring 1:13 into the game and 10 Blue Jays scored, led by Emily Kenul with four goals, and three goals each from Miranda Ibello (Maryvale) and Nicole DeMase.

UMBC 14, American 12: Sara Moeller (St. Paul's) had a game-high six goals and the host Retrievers (4-1) won a come-from-behind victory over the Eagles (2-3). UMBC trailed 8-5 to start the second half and used a 5-0 run late in the half to take control.

Longwood 11, Mount St. Mary's 10:The visiting Mount (3-2) staged a second-half comeback that fell short and the Lancers (2-4) won.

Mount St. Mary's took a 6-5 advantage into the halftime break, but a strong surge from Longwood put them ahead. Mount finished on a 3-0 run as Taylor Carhart (Manchester Valley) scored the final goal with 1:36 left in the game.

Salisbury 12, Washington & Lee 8: Dana King scored a game-high six goals to lead the host Sea Gulls (3-0) past the Generals (1-3). Salisbury opened with a 2-0 lead and never trailed. Washington & Lee came within 6-5 with 18 minutes left in the game before Salisbury responded with a 4-0 run.

Dickinson 15, St. Mary's 10: The Red Devils (2-1) took a 10-5 lead in the first half and held off the Seahawks (2-2) in a game played at Sparks. St. Mary's had four players with two goals each: Kate Bartholomew, Megan Cannon (Notre Dame Prep), Ali Collie (Dulaney) and Caitlin Katchmar (Hereford).



No. 9 Loyola Maryland at Holy Cross, ppd.: The game between the Greyhounds (3-1) and host Crusaders (1-3) was moved to today at 12:05 p.m. because of weather conditions.

Navy 13, Bucknell 8: The visiting Mids (3-2, 2-0 Patriot League) outscored the Bison (3-2, 1-1), 11-4, over the final 45 minutes.

Navy was led by Jack Ray with four goals and Greyson Torain and Christian Daniel with three goals each.

Mount St. Mary's 16, VMI 9: Brendan McCarthy had a career-high nine points (five goals and four assists) to lead the host Mount (2-4) past the Cadets (1-2). Mount led 8-4 in the first half.