The host No. 5
Notre Dame, then No. 8, defeated host Denver, then No. 3, 13-12, in overtime, at the Whitman's Sampler Mile High Classic on Saturday.
After trading goals in the opening 12:14 of the game, the Fighting Irish (5-1) reeled off five straight and held the Buckeyes (5-2) scoreless in the second and third quarters.
Matt Kavanagh and Sean Rogers each scored twice and Conor Doyle (Gilman) had a goal and two assists for Notre Dame.
Salisbury 9, Colorado College 4: Eric Kluge had a hat trick, and the host
St. Mary's 11, Marymount 5: Ben Love (McDonogh) had five goals to lead the Seahawks (4-4, 1-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the host Saints (4-2, 0-1).)
Maryland extended its early 2-1 lead by scoring seven straight. The Terps outshot the Tribe 30-16 and controlled 20 of 25 draws.
No. 14 Navy 9, George Washington 6: Jasmine DePompeo matched her season high with eight points (4 goals, 4 assists) to lead the Mids (9-1) past the host Colonials (5-4).
George Washington pulled to within 7-6 about midway through the second half before DePompeo scored the next two to give the Mids some breathing room. Navy has won three in a row and improved to 3-0 on the road.
Stevenson 19, Hope 3: Leah Warner (Northeast) scored the first two goals unassisted to start an 11-0 run in the opening two minutes of play as the host Mustangs (5-1) rolled past the Flying Dutch (0-4). Marissa Meiklejohn (Old Mill) finished with a game-high four goals, and Stevenson led 13-2 at the break.
Neumann 18, Notre Dame (Md.) 5: Brittany Peddicord (Dulaney) and Mollie Murray (Aberdeen) each scored twice for the Gators (2-2, 0-1 Colonial States Athletic Conference), but an 11-2 run by the Knights (7-1, 1-0) in the second half proved to be too much.
St. Mary's 13, Haverford 12: Emily Shafer scored the game-tying (6:33) and game-winning goal (4:04) back-to-back as the visiting Seahawks (3-5) beat the Fords (5-1) in a game that featured eight ties.
North Carolina trailed 10-7 before closing out the game with a 4-0 run, including two goals by Emily Garrity.
No. 13 Massachusetts 20, Holy Cross 5: Katie Ferris scored a game-high six goals and the Minutewomen (8-2) won their fifth straight, beating the Crusaders (4-6).
UMass extended its five-goal halftime lead with a 12-2 run in the second half.