State lacrosse roundup (Feb. 9): Maryland men slip away from Richmond, 10-9

From Sun staff reports

Jared Bernhardt tied a career-high five goals, all in the first half, and No. 3 Maryland weathered a fourth-quarter rally by Richmond to win, 10-9, Saturday in men's lacrosse.

Maryland (2-0) took an 8-3 lead in the first half. Logan Wisnauskas (Boys' Latin) gave the Terps a 10-4 lead with 4:27 left in the third quarter.

The Spiders (0-1) put together a 5-0 run in the fourth quarter and Ryan Lanchbury scored four of the five, including the final goal with 2:01 left in the game.

Maryland's Danny Dolan and Richmond's Jack Rusbuldt each made 11 saves.

Delaware 11, Mt. St. Mary's 8: Jack Mangan had two goals and an assist, but the host Mount (0-1) fell to the Blue Hens (1-0).

Delaware used a 4-2 run in the second quarter to pull away.

Salisbury 11, Lynchburg 9:The visting Sea Gulls (2-0) used a 5-0 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Hornets (0-1).

Corey Gwin and Cross Ferrara each had a hat trick for Salisbury,

Women

No. 2 Maryland 16, George Mason 5: Jen Giles (Mount Hebron) had a career-high five goals to lead the host Terps (1-0) past the Colonials (0-1).

Giles went four-for-four on free-position attempts and also had an assist.

"Happy with our team and the way we played today," said Terps coach Cathy Reese. "We had some really good things happen and then obviously some things that we need to work on. We generated a lot of offense today, didn't shoot particularly well. Defensively, we did a good job of limiting their possessions and had more shot clock violations than we typically have in the past, which was really nice to see. Great start to the season for the Terps."

No. 10 Penn State 13, No. 14 Towson 7: Madison Carter (South River) had four goals and an assist to reach the 202 career points and lead the host Nittany Lions (1-0) past the Tigers (0-1).

Penn State scored 10 goals in the second half, including the first seven.

Kaitlin Thornton had a hat trick for Towson.

No. 16 Virginia 15, No. 15 Navy 12: Avery Shoemaker had four goals and three assists to lead the host Cavaliers (1-0) past the Midshipmen (0-1) as Virginia overcame an early three-goal deficit.

Nora Bowen added a hat trick and Maggie Jackson had a goal and three assists for Virginia.

The Midshipmen were led by Kayla Harris (Broadneck), who posted a career-high five goals.

Andie O'Sullivan and Reagan Roelofs chipped in two goals apiece for Navy.

Mt. St. Mary's 20, Presbyterian 2: Kate Kinsella had four goals and the host Mount (1-0) opened with a 16-0 run that spanned both halves. The Blue Hose fell to 0-1. Mount St. Mary's won 20 of 23 draw controls.

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