Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) tied a UMBC record with 10 goals and led a late rally, but No. 5 Albany (12-2, 6-0 America East Conference) scored with 15 seconds left in overtime for a 15-14 victory over the Retrievers (4-10, 1-5) in men's lacrosse.
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 UMBC men's lacrosse team rallied from a five-goal halftime deficit and prevailed, 9-8, over visiting Marist just six seconds into overtime on defenseman Garrett Hasken's first collegiate goal Saturday.
The Sea Gulls remained undefeated at 6-0 — their effort aided by a three-goal, two-assist showing from junior attackman Nathan Blondino and a pair of three-goal, one-assist outings from senior midfielder Thomas Cirillo and junior attackman Carson Kalama (Bel Air).
Salisbury had won 13 consecutive games in this series before Ohio Wesleyan pulled off a 9-8 overtime upset last March. Still, the Sea Gulls own a commanding 29-7 advantage against the Battling Bishops.
No. 5 Salisbury¿s 14-11 upset of No. 2 Lynchburg on Wednesday produced plenty of good vibes ¿ and one mystery. Sophomore goalkeeper Anthony Stavrakis earned his second consecutive start, but failed to finish as he was pulled after surrendering seven goals and making zero saves in 18 minutes, 56 seconds to the Hornets (0-1).
Despite a sophomore campaign in which he won 59.1 percent of his faceoffs and led Salisbury in ground balls with 84, Cameron Maples could not be deterred from his plan of becoming an engineer and informed coach Jim Berkman of his intention to transfer to Virginia Tech. Enter Duncan Campbell, an Ellicott City resident and Marriotts Ridge graduate who was leaving Monmouth.
After a 2-3 start to begin 2015, the Sea Gulls righted the ship to capture the Capital Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament crowns. After defeating Roanoke and Stevenson in the first two rounds of the NCAA Division III tournament, the program was bounced from the quarterfinals by Lynchburg.
Stevenson returned six of 10 starters from last spring¿s team that went 16-5 overall and captured the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth regular-season and tournament crowns for the third consecutive year. The Mustangs ¿ who are ranked No. 7 in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association¿s preseason poll ¿ also came back with a change in attitude, according to coach Paul Cantabene.