Live college lacrosse roundup (March 8): Top-ranked Towson men survive Jacksonville, 15-13

Brody McLean scored five goals and Grant Maloof (South River) had four goals as top-ranked Towson held off Jacksonville to win, 15-13, at the Crown Classic in Charlotte, N.C., in men’s lacrosse Friday.

The Tigers (5-0) led 13-7 before the Dolphins (1-5) went on a 6-2 run in the fourth quarter. Towson faces No. 2 Cornell Sunday at 1 p.m. in the second day of the tournament.


Mount St. Mary’s 9, Mercer 8: Brendan Doyle (Loyola Blakefield) scored the game-winner with 27 seconds left to play to lift the host Mount (3-4) over the Bears (0-6). Mount St. Mary's came back from a four-goal deficit in the second half to claim its third straight victory. The Mount trailed 6-2 in the first half despite taking 26 shots. Mercer goalie Josh Tarver made 10 saves in the first half.



No. 4 Penn State 11, No. 2 Cornell 5: Mac O’Keefe and Dylan Foulds each had a hat trick as the Nittany Lions (5-1) upset the Big Red (3-1) at the Crown Classic in Charlotte, N.C. Penn State jumped out to a 9-2 lead in the first half.

Penn 13, No. 11 Villanova 11: Sam Handley scored four goals as the Quakers (1-3) upset the host Wildcats (3-2) at the Philly 4 Lacrosse Classic. Penn opened with a 6-0 run and rolled.

Drexel 10, St. Joseph’s 7: The Dragons (2-3) scored four straight goals to end the game and beat the Hawks (3-3) at the Philly 4 Lacrosse Classic at Villanova. Freshman Ross Blumenthal (Friends) made six saves and Marshal King and Matthew Varian each had a hat trick.


No. 12 Michigan 17, Kent State 2: The host Wolverines (8-0) set a program record in wins and the largest margin of victory, 15 goals, in a victory over the Golden Eagles (0-6). Adriana Pendino had four goals and Nadine Stewart had a hat trick for Michigan, which hosts Towson Sunday at 1 p.m.

No. 13 Denver 20, Fairfield 4: Quintin Hoch-Bullen scored a game-high five goals and Julia Feiss (Bryn Mawr) had four goals and two assists to lead the visiting Pioneers (5-1) past the Stags (4-3). Carson Gregg (Severna Park) made two saves for the win. Denver used two big runs, 4-0 and 8-0, to take a 12-2 lead in the first half.

Colorado at at No. 16 Stanford




19 Navy at Lafayette, 12

St. Vincent at Hood, 12

UMBC at 11 High Point, 12

Delaware Valley at Goucher, 1

18 Johns Hopkins at 14 Syracuse, 1


Salisbury at Stevenson, 1

Stockton at Washington C., 1

SUNY-Oneonta at Frostburg State, 1

7 Maryland at Albany, 3

McDaniel at St. Mary’s, 3



4 Syracuse at 2 Maryland, 12

Brown at 14 Navy, 12

Kean at St. Mary’s, 12

Mt. St. Mary’s at Radford, 12

Temple at UMBC, 12

Frostburg St. at McDaniel, 1


Notre Dame (Md.) at Bryn Mawr, 1

Washington C. at Salisbury, 1

10 J. Hopkins at Hofstra, 3

Goucher at Southern Va., 4

(at Sparks)

Susquehanna vs. Hood, 3



9 Ohio St. at Hofstra, 12

VMI at 15 Richmond, 12

16 Georgetown at Fairfield, 1

17 Army at Lehigh, 1

Princeton at 20 Rutgers, 1


Pacific Coast Shootout

8 Denver vs. 10 Notre Dame, 9


1 Boston C. at 9 Northwestern, 7

5 Virginia at 3 N. Carolina, 12

20 Georgetown at 6 Penn, 1


17 Stony Brook at 8 Princeton, 1

Albany at 19 Penn State, 1