Women's lacrosse roundup: No. 17 Loyola wins fifth straight, 12-8

Taryn Van Thof had a hat trick and No. 17 Loyola Maryland won its fifth straight game, beating visiting Georgetown, 12-8, Wednesday night.

Kara Burke (Dulaney) and Annie Thomas (John Carroll) added two goals each for the Greyhounds (6-4). Hannah Seibel scored twice for the Hoyas (1-7).


After falling behind 5-2, Loyola called a timeout and held Georgetown scoreless to take a 6-5 lead at the half.

No. 20 Johns Hopkins 13, Vanderbilt 3: Dené Dimartino had a hat trick and six draw controls to power the host Blue Jays (7-2) past the Commodores (3-7).

Hopkins broke a 1-1 score with a 3-0 run.

Frostburg State 22, St. Vincent 5: The Bobcats (7-3) opened with a 12-0 run and cruised past the Bearcats (5-6).

Malory Brunett (River Hill) had four goals.

Towson 10, UC Davis 7: Gabby Cha (Mount de Sales) scored a career-high four goals to lead the host Tigers (4-3) past the Aggies (1-6).

Towson led 4-2 at the half.

Salisbury 8, Franklin & Marshall 7: Megan Wallenhorst scored the winner with 2:59 left as the Sea Gulls (6-2) beat the host Diplomats (7-1).

Salisbury goalie Gianna Falcone made six saves and improved her record to 6-0.


No. 3 North Carolina 14, Virginia Tech 5: The Tar Heels (9-2, 2-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) won 14 draws and forced 15 turnovers to beat the host Hokies (5-7, 0-4).

Sam McGee (Bryn Mawr), Sydney Holman and Maggie Bill each had two goals and one assist for North Carolina, which led 9-4 at halftime.

No. 2 Boston College 17, Colorado 9: Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) had a goal and three assists and the host Eagles moved to 10-0. The Buffaloes fell to 4-3.

No. 7 Virginia 16, William & Mary 6: Casey Bocklet had a career-high eight points on five goals and three assists as the visiting Cavaliers (7-4) beat the Tribe (4-5).


Virginia's Liza Blue (Garrison Forest) and Mary Alati had three goals each. Virginia held an 8-4 lead at halftime and outscored the Tribe 8-2 in the second half. The Cavaliers won 17 draws to the Tribe's seven and outshot W&M 32-21.

No. 12 Louisville 15, Longwood 4: Faye Brust (John Carroll) and Hannah Koloski scored four goals each to lead the Cardinals (8-2) past the host Lancers (2-8) .

Louisville led 7-1 at the half.

No. 13 Princeton 19, California 7: Erin Slifer (South Carroll), Olivia Hompe and Anna Doherty each scored four goals as the host Tigers beat the Bears.

Princeton used an 11-1 run in the second half to overwhelm California.

No. 15 James Madison 18, Liberty 5: Stephanie Finley scored four goals to lead the host Dukes (8-3) past the Flames (2-7).