Notre Dame (9-1, 4-0
Senior midfielder Eric Keppeler (Dulaney) paced the Irish offense with two goals, which matched a career high. Fellow seniors Sean Rogers and Max Pfeifer had one goal and one assist each, while freshman attackman Conor Doyle (Gilman) had two assists.
Notre Dame's second-half run started on a goal by sophomore attackman Ryan Mix with 9:23 left in the third quarter. Rogers assisted on the score. The Irish cut Georgetown's lead to 5-3 just over a minute later as sophomore attackman Westy Hopkins found the back of the net.
Pfeifer, a midfielder, tied the game at 5 just over a minute into the final period. The Irish grabbed their first lead of the game with 12:35 left in regulation on a man-up goal from sophomore midfielder Jim Marlatt (River Hill). Doyle had the assist.
Notre Dame went up 7-5 on Keppeler's second goal of the afternoon, which came with 11:08 showing on the clock in the fourth quarter. The Hoyas sliced the Irish lead to 7-6 with 8:13 left on a goal from Jason McFadden (Calvert Hall). The goal ended the Hoyas' scoreless run, which reached exactly 30 minutes.
Led by their success on the draw control, the Blue Jays (7-6, 0-3) scored 11 of their 12 goals in a span of 19:34 spanning thehalves. The run included two goals in the final 23 seconds of the opening half and a third just 10 seconds after intermission.
Candace Rossi and Rachel Ballatori had three goals apiece for Johns Hopkins. The outcome was decided by four goals or fewer for the third time in the Blue Jays' past three trips to Evanston.
Mount St. Mary's 8, Wagner 6: Jen Semler (Perry Hall) registered her third straight hat trick as the Mountaineers (7-9, 6-2 Northeast Conference) picked up a road victory against the Seahawks (6-9, 1-6). Kaitlyn Larrimore (North Harford) added two goals and Lindsay Diaz (Dulaney) scored one.
The Moutaineers will host the conference tournament if they win their final regular-season contest against Monmouth on Friday.
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Penn State got career-best offensive performances from sophomore Mackenzie Cyr (Winters Mill) and freshmen Maggie McCormick (Liberty) and Haley Ford (North Harford). Cyr and McCormick each had a game-high eight points, off four goals and four assists, while Ford scored four goals. Cyr leads the Nittany Lions in goals (27) and points (45) while McCormick has a team-high 23 assists. Ford has a total of eight goals in the last three games.
The Minutewomen (14-1, 5-0) have won seven in a row overall and 14 in a row at home. St. Bonaventure (3-7, 0-5) tooka 1-0 lead, but UMass scored the game's next five goals. The Bonnies, who had three goals from Mackenzie Jordan, trailed 12-3 at halftime.
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With the win, the Greyhounds clinched at least a share of the ECAC regular-season championship. Loyola also clinched the No. 1 seed in the May2-4 ECAC championships that will be held at the same venue in Denver.
Host Denver (7-4, 3-2) took its only lead of the game when Eric Adamson capped a three-goal run with a tally at 8:24 in the third quarter.