Emily Clark (North Harford) scored the eventual game-winner to give No. 14 Loyola Maryland a three-goal lead with 9:30 1/2 minutes left, and the Greyhounds (15-4) withstood a late rally to upset No. 3 Syracuse, 9-8, on Saturday.
The victory extended Loyola's winning streak to 14 games, the longest in the nation.
Kayla Treanor scored the Orange's last three goals and the final two of the game to bring Syracuse (14-7) within one with 3:20 left to play.
Kara Burke (Dulaney) led the Greyhounds with two goals and two assists, while Hannah Schmitt also scored twice to record her 50th goal of the season. Burke has a team-best 54 goals, while Schmitt has 51, making them the second pair of Loyola players with 50 goals in a season and the first since Stacey Morlang (63 goals) and Suzanne Eyler (51) in 2002.
Navy 19, Virginia Tech 11: Loren Generi recorded her 300th career point as the host Mids (15-5) beat the Hokies (6-12).
Generi had five goals and two assists and Katie Gallagher (C. Milton Wright) had four goals and three assists for Navy.
Generi's 217 goals and 493 draw controls are program highs, and the 300 points are second in Mids history behind former teammate Jasmine DePompeo (336).
Salisbury 6, York 3: The host Sea Gulls (14-3) won the Capital Athletic Conference championship for the 13th consecutive time and 15th overall.
Bethany Baer (Westminster) had a hand in every goal but one, finishing with three goals and two assists. The Spartans fell to 13-5. Salisbury went on a 3-1 run in the second half to win.
Franklin & Marshall 15, Washington College 8: Carley Kendall scored two free-position goals for an early 2-1 lead, but the Shorewomen (11-5) quickly fell behind and lost to the Diplomats (16-2) in a Centennial Conference semifinal at Gettysburg.
Franklin & Marshall used a 4-0 run to take control in the first half.
Messiah 11, Stevenson 6: Leanne Bittner (Loch Raven) tied her career high with 13 saves, but the Mustangs (12-7) fell to the host Falcons (14-4).
Messiah outscored the Stevenson 7-3 in the second half.
No. 3 Boston College 17, Boston University 9: Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) led the way with five goals and one assist as the host Eagles (14-3) beat the cross-town rival Terriers (8-9).
Boston College led 11-6 in the second half before going on a 6-0 run over eight minutes. Boston University went on a 3-0 run over the final three minutes of play.
No. 11 Florida 20, Connecticut 6: Devon Schneider had five goals and Shannon Gilroy had four goals to power the Gators (14-5) past the host Huskies (11-7) in the Big East championship.
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Florida outscored Connecticut 12-2 in the second half.