College Lacrosse

State lacrosse roundup: Wisnauskas leads Maryland past Rutgers, 12-9, in Big Ten men's semifinal

Redshirt freshman Logan Wisnauskas (Boys' Latin) had two goals and three assists and No. 2 Maryland men's lacrosse won, 12-9, over No. 11 Rutgers in a Big Ten semifinal Thursday in Ann Arbor, Mich.

Wisnauskas has 31 goals this season, the most for a Maryland freshman since Joe Walters had 33 in 2003. Dan Morris made seven of his 12 saves in the second half for the Terps (12-2).


Maryland advances to Saturday's league championship at 7 p.m. and will face No. 7 Johns Hopkins. The Scarlet Knights fell to 9-6.

Towson 9, Delaware 8, OT: Matt Sovero (Saints Peter & Paul) scored the game-winner to send the host Tigers (7-7) to their fourth straight Colonial Athletic Association title game in Amherst, Mass. The Blue Hens fell to 6-8.


No. 16 Massachusetts 10, Hofstra 6: Jeff Trainor had two goals and three assists to lead the host Minutemen (11-4) past the Pride (6-8) in a Colonial Athletic Association semifinal.


Bryant 9, Mount St. Mary's 8: Jillian Petito made 13 saves, but the visiting Mount (10-7) were held scoreless for 23 minutes in the second half and fell to the Bulldogs (12-5) in a Northeast Conference semifinal. The Mount went on a 3-0 run over the final seven minutes, but the rally fell short.

Wagner 13, Robert Morris 9: Heidi Colford scored a game-high five goals to lead the host Seahawks (12-5) past the Colonials (9-9) in a Northeast Conference semifinal. Wagner will face Bryant in Saturday's championship at 1 p.m.