No. 20 Bucknell fell behind early to No. 2 host
Sean Doyle led Bucknell (7-1) with three goals in its seventh straight win. Kyle Feeney made six saves for the Bison.
The Big Red (6-1) started strong, scoring the first five goals of the game. Bucknell netted five of the next six goals to trail 6-5 at halftime.
In a tightly contested second half, Doyle twice tied the game, first at 6 for the only goal of the third period and again at 7early in the fourth. He now has 17 goals on the year, giving him the third-most among the Bison.
Bucknell's season goal-scoring leader, Thomas Flibotte, gave the Bison their first lead of the game. Flibotte put the ball in the back of the net on an assist from Peter Burke to put Bucknell in front 8-7 with 7:14 to play. It was the freshman's second goal of the game after he also opened his team's scoring back in the second period.
Flibotte had two goals in the game. Joining him and Doyle with multiple goals was Bailey (2). Burke and Todd Heritage also had one apiece. David Dickson was responsible for three assists on the night, one of which led to Bailey's game-winner.
Cernuto scored all his goals in the second half. St. John's has won two in a row; Hofstra's winning streak ended at four games.
Syracuse led 11-2 at halftime.
Nick Dolik had three goals for Penn State, which has won its past two games. Nittany Lions goalie Austin Kaut recorded his second straight game with 16 saves.
No. 12 Johns Hopkins 10,
Hopkins, which has won three straight, improved to 12-8 over Towson.
Washington College took a 5-1 lead on a goal by Carly Eisenbrandt (Towson) with 17:01 left in the first half.
Elizabethtown scored the next two, but the Shorewomen scored three of the final four goals of the half for an 8-4 lead at the break.
Washington College kept the pressure up, scoring the first four goals of the second half.
Rowan 16, McDaniel 10: Danielle Entrot (Centennial) had six goals in a losing effort for the visiting Green Terror (4-2).
With the game tied at 6 at halftime, McDaniel's Anna Beaudry scored on a free-position goal 30 seconds into the second half. The Profs (3-3) answered 40 seconds later and started a 5-0 run.
The Tigers fell to 3-2.
After trading goals in the first half, which ended in a 7-7 tie, Rutgers scored three of the final four in the second half to seal the win.