It was the second straight game Cole had scored a game-winner for the Terps, who won their seventh consecutive game. Cole scored with 49 seconds left in last week’s 8-7 win at Michigan.
Kyle Bernlohr made a career-high 14 saves for the visiting Terps (8-2, 2-0 Big Ten), who received hat tricks from Colin Heacock (Boys' Latin) and Henry West. The Nittany Lions fell to 7-4 and 1-1.
“I thought Kyle made some timely saves,” said head coach John Tillman. “Fourteen saves is always great, but I thought the saves were big ones. We just kept battling and fighting and I’m proud of our guys for winning on the road in a tough environment.”
No. 1 Notre Dame 8, No. 13 Duke 6: Sergio Perkovic scored three goals and the host Fighting Irish (8-1, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) scored the game's final three goals to edge the Blue Devils (7-6, 1-2).
Justin Guterding had two goals and Deemer Class (Loyola Blakefield) added a goal and an assist for Duke.
No. 19 Rutgers 13, Michigan 8: Jules Heningburg had a career-high five goals and Scott Bieda added two goals and four assists as the host Scarlet Knights (9-2, 2-0 Big Ten) beat the Wolverines (3-7, 0-2).
Rutgers outscored Michigan 5-0 in the fourth quarter to secure the victory.
No. 11 North Carolina 16, No. 20 Virginia 8: Ten players scored for the host Tar Heels (7-4, 2-0 ACC), who outshot the Cavaliers (6-6, 0-3) 56-33.
James Pannell had three goals for Virginia, whose three-game winning streak ended.
No. 18 Towson 11, Elon 9: Kaitlyn Montalbano had two goals and four assists to lead the visiting Tigers (9-2, 2-0 Colonial Athletic Association) over the Phoenix (8-4, 1-1).
Jenna Kerr scored 50 seconds into the second half to start a 5-0 run that gave Towson a 9-5 lead with 19:02 to play. The run featured three goals from Carly Tellekamp.
Mount St. Mary's 11, Central Connecticut State 9: Nicole Lantuh had two goals and two assists and Molly Morris added three goals to lead the Mountaineers (3-9, 1-1 Northeast Conference) over the Blue Devils (1-10, 0-2).
Steph Rurkowski made 13 saves for her sixth double-digit save performance of the year.
Albright 22, Hood 2: Erin Farrell scored four goals to lead the host Lions (7-4, 2-1 Middle Atlantic Conference) over the Mustangs (4-8, 0-3).
Muhlenberg 18, Washington College 10: Casey Armstrong scored seven goals and Jordy Bonvini added a hat trick to lift the host Mules (8-3, 1-1 Centennial Conference) over the Shorewomen (6-5, 1-2).
No. 6 USC 9, Denver 6: Michaela Michael had three goals and two assists and the visiting Trojans (13-0, 7-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) defeated the Pioneers (5-8, 2-4) to extend their school-record winning streak to 13 games.
No. 19 Northwestern 17, No. 7 Notre Dame 12: Selena Lasota scored five goals and Christina Esposito added four to lead the host Wildcats (6-6) to an upset of the Fighting Irish (10-4).
Cortney Fortunato had five goals for Notre Dame, which lost its second straight game.
Hannah Murphy tied the school record with 12 draw controls and Nicole Troost had a game-high five goals and an assist for UMass.