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College lacrosse roundup (May 6): Loyola, Navy women reach Patriot final

College lacrosse roundup (May 6): Loyola, Navy women reach Patriot final
Navy's Julia Collins, left, works her way around Colgate's Haley O'Hanlon in the first half. The Navy Midshipmen played the visiting Colgate Raiders in women's NCAA lacrosse Saturday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. (By Paul W. Gillespie / Capital Gazette)

Frankie Kamely scored a career-high seven goals, including six in the second half, to lead the top-seeded Loyola Maryland women's lacrosse team past fourth-seeded Lehigh, 13-8, in the semifinals of the Patriot League tournament Friday at Ridley Athletic Complex.

The Greyhounds (13-5) advanced to Sunday's championship game, where they will face second-seeded Navy.

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Cami Whiteford (Severn) scored twice for Loyola. Julianne D'Orazio had four goals for the Mountain Hawks (13-5).

The Greyhounds haven't lost a league game since joining the Patriot League in 2014.

Navy 10, Boston University 7: Jenna Collins (River Hill) had four goals to lead the Mids (13-5) past the Terriers (10-8) in a Patriot League semifinal at Loyola.

Navy will make its seventh trip in nine years to the league championship.

No. 1 Maryland 19, Rutgers 9: Four Terps scored three goals and Maryland (18-0) routed the Scarlet Knights (6-12) in a Big Ten semifinal at Northwestern.

Taylor Cummings (McDonogh), Megan Whittle (McDonogh), Zoe Stukenberg (Marriotts Ridge) and Taylor Hensh (Marriotts Ridge) each finished with a hat trick for Maryland.

The Terps led 17-3 at the half and advanced to face No. 15 Northwestern in Sunday's final.

No. 15 Northwestern 9, No. 13 Penn State 6: Kaleigh Craig scored three goals to lead the host Wildcats (10-8) past the Nittany Lions (11-6) in a Big Ten semifinal.

No. 6 Stony Brook 17, New Hampshire 4: Courtney Murphy had six goals to power the host Seawolves (15-3) past the Wildcats (6-11) in an America East semifinal.

Albany 19, UMBC 3: Carolyn Jamison (Westminster) had a hat trick, but the Retrievers (9-8) fell to the host Great Danes (11-5) in an America East semifinal.

No. 19 Towson 8, Elon 6: Jenna Kerr (Marriotts Ridge) started a 4-0 run that spanned both halves as the Tigers (14-3) beat the Phoenix (10-7) in a Colonial Athletic Association semifinal at Drexel.

James Madison 12, Drexel 3: Betsy Angel (Roland Park) had a hat trick to lead the Dukes (10-9) past the host Dragons (10-7) in a CAA semifinal.

No. 10 Penn 6, Harvard 5, 2OT: Caroline Cummings scored the winner with 1:22 left in the second overtime to lift the host Quakers (13-3) over the Crimson (9-7) in an Ivy League semifinal at Penn.

No. 16 Cornell 10, No. 11 Princeton 9, OT: Catherine Ellis scored the winner with 1:28 left in overtime as the Big Red (12-4) beat the Tigers (11-5) in an Ivy League semifinal.

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Cornell's Emily Tripodi tied the score with 17 seconds left in regulation.

No. 12 Massachusetts 13, Saint Joseph's 8: The Minutewomen (17-1) used a 4-0 run in the first half to pull away from the Hawks (9-10) in an Atlantic 10 semifinal at Duquesne.

UMass will be making its ninth straight title appearance.

Richmond 12, George Mason 10: Natalia Chaney scored twice during a 4-0 run over the final 13 minutes as the host Spiders (9-9) beat the Patriots (12-5) in an Atlantic 10 semifinal.

Chaney and Brooke Wilson each had a hat trick for Richmond.

Men

Harvard 13, No. 2 Brown 12: Morgan Cheek scored nine goals to lead the Crimson (8-7) past the Bears (14-2) in an Ivy League semifinal in Providence, R.I.

No. 6 Yale 7, Penn 6: Ben Reeves scored his third goal, the game-winner, with 3:43 left as the Bulldogs (12-2) beat the Quakers (8-7) in an Ivy semifinal in Providence.

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