Faceoff specialist Jake Hervada won the opening draw and scored just six seconds into the game to set the tone as Delaware (5-8, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) earned a 10-7 upset victory over No. 6 Towson (10-2, 2-1).

The Blue Hens, led by Paul Major with four goals, opened with a 3-0 run and never trailed. Ryan Drenner (Westminster) scored twice for the host Tigers.


Navy 11, Army 10: Casey Rees (Boys' Latin) used a fake flip to get his hands free and scored the game-winner 38 seconds into overtime to lead the No. 10 Navy men's lacrosse team to an 11-10 victory over archrival No. 20 Army West Point on Saturday.

The visiting Midshipmen (9-2, 7-1 Patriot League) have won seven games in a row for the first time since opening the 2007 season 8-0. The Black Knights fell to 8-4 and 5-2.

The win marked the Mids' second straight Star Game victory and assured Navy at least a share of the Patriot League regular-season title and the No. 1 seed in the conference tournament the week of April 25.

"It was a great battle," Navy coach Rick Sowell said."It felt like we were playing uphill for most of the game.I think we played more defense today than we have in the last two games combined. But a lot of credit goes to our guys for hanging in there and stepping up."

The teams traded goals over the opening quarter before Navy went on a 3-0 run and opened its biggest lead of the game at 4-2 with 9:39 remaining in the opening half.

Vermont 14, UMBC 10: Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) had three goals, but the visiting Retrievers (3-8, 0-4 America East Conference) fell to the Catamounts (6-7, 2-2).

Vermont led 10-5 lead at halftime.

Hobart 12, Mount St. Mary's 6: The Statesmen (7-5, 3-1 Northeast Conference) went on an 8-3 run in the second half to pull away from the host Mountaineers (5-6, 1-2).

Evan Gormley scored twice for Mount St. Mary's.

Salisbury 17, Cabrini 8: Carson Kalama (Bel Air) and Thomas Cirillo each had four goals to lead the host Sea Gulls (17-0) past the Cavaliers (9-3).

The Capital Athletic Conference semifinals begin Saturday.

Stevenson 16, Albright 13: Kyle D'Onofrio (Fallston) scored four goals to power the Mustangs (10-4, 5-0 Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth) past the host Lions (5-7, 4-1).

Stevenson's 4-1 first-quarter lead vanished when Albright went on a 3-0 run to open the second quarter. Matt Tompkins scored back-to-back goals with 7:09 and 4:53 left in the half to help Stevenson gain a 7-5 lead.

Frostburg State 18, St. Mary's 9: Tate Rolland scored four goals to lead the host Bobcats (14-3, 5-3 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Seahawks (4-9, 2-6).


Frostburg State built on a 3-1 first-quarter first quarter lead by scoring seven goals in the second and third quarters.

Goucher 22, Moravian 14: The host Gophers (8-5) totaled a season-high in goals to beat the Greyhounds (10-3).

Mason Gorman and Michael Morgan each scored five goals for Goucher.


No. 1 Maryland 15, No. 8 Ohio State 5: Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) had five goals and two assists to power the host Terps (14-0, 3-0 Big Ten Conference) past the Buckeyes (11-2, 2-1).

"I thought the team played well today," Maryland coach Cathy Reese said. "Ohio State is a really good team, and I thought both the offense and defense came out and did some really nice things. It was great to honor the seniors before the game and get the win for them."

Loyola Maryland 14, Lehigh 13, OT: Emily Clark (North Harford) scored the game-winner with 4:51 left in overtime to lift the host Greyhounds (9-5, 6-0 Patriot) over the Mountain Hawks (10-3, 4-2).

Clark finished with four goals. Lehigh rallied with a 5-0 run over the final 11:38 of regulation to force overtime. Julianne D'Orazio scored the tying goal with 33 seconds left for the Mountain Hawks.

UMBC 11, Binghamton 10, OT: Sam Nolan (Fallston) scored the game-winner with 2:30 left in overtime to carry the Retrievers (8-6, 2-2 America East) past the host Bearcats (4-10, 1-3).

Binghamton went on a 2-0 run over the final nine minutes of regulation to force overtime. Nolan and Carolyn Jamison (Westminster) each finished with a hat trick for UMBC.

Navy 12, Boston University 6: The host Mids (9-5, 4-2 Patriot) used a 7-0 run, which included a 6-0 first-half shutout, to beat the Terriers (7-7, 4-3).

Morgan Young (Towson) and Jenna Collins (River Hill) each had three goals.

College of New Jersey 8, Salisbury 7: The loss ended a 10-game winning streak by the Sea Gulls (14-2). A 6-2 run in the second half sealed the win for the Lions (13-1).

St. Mary's 19, Frostburg State 9: Meg Gesner (Severn), Shelby Newman (Manchester Valley) and Sydni Thacker (McDonogh) each scored three goals to lead the Seahawks (15-2, 6-2 CAC) past the Bobcats (6-8, 2-6).

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