No. 4 Maryland women's lacrosse took a four-goal lead midway through the first half and held off No. 3 James Madison for a 15-12 victory and the Terps' second win over a previously undefeated team in three days.
The No. 14 Robert Morris men’s lacrosse team climbed out of a 2-0 hole by scoring its first five goals in transition en route to a convincing 15-5 demolition of host Mount St. Mary’s in a Northeast Conference game.
After compiling eight goals and two assists in back-to-back wins against Towson and Cleveland State last weekend, the senior attackman for the No. 3 Blue Devils leads Division I players in total goals and points this season.
Six of the UMBC men’s lacrosse team’s first eight possessions ended in turnovers, and the man-up offense whiffed on two six-on-four advantages. Those miscues contributed to Sunday’s 7-6 loss to Stony Brook.
In other area men’s lacrosse news, No. 2 Maryland is focusing on its defensive midfielders, No. 8 Loyola Maryland needs improvement on faceoffs, and No. 10 Johns Hopkins got a pep talk from someone other than Dave Pietramala.
After watching the No. 14 Blue Jays lose to No. 12 North Carolina, 13-11, on Friday night before a crowd of nearly 1,300 at Homewood Field, it’s clear Johns Hopkins is a team in search of a lot of things.