Jay Carlson scored five goals as top-ranked Maryland outlasted host Villanova, 10-7, on Saturday night.
The game was tied with 8 minutes, 49seconds left in the third quarter before the Terps (6-0) rattled off three straight goals. After a pair of goals by Villanova (1-5), Mike Chanenchuk and Carlson each scored in the fourth to seal the Terps' win.
No. 14 Loyola 13, Air Force 7: Led by Nikko Pontrello's four goals and two assists, the Greyhounds (5-2) beat the Falcons (4-4) at the Whitman's Sampler Mile High Classic in Denver.
Loyola won 15 of 24 faceoffs and collected 36 ground balls.
No. 18 Drexel 14, Mount St. Mary's 11: Brett Schmidt scored five goals, but the visiting Mountaineers (4-5) couldn't hang on against the Dragons (5-2).
The Mount led 10-8 in the third quarter, but Drexel scored the next five goals to win.
No. 20 Duke 12, Towson 4: The Tigers (3-5) were victims of an 8-1 run and fell to the host Blue Devils (5-4).
Towson was down 4-2 early in the third quarter before Duke scored three goals in two minutes en route to a 12-3 lead.
UMBC 16, High Point 11: Goalie Wes DiRito made 15 saves to help the host Retrievers (2-4) defeat the Panthers (2-6).
Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) had two goals and four assists to finish with six points, the most by any UMBC player this season.
Stevenson 19, Elizabethtown 3: The visiting Mustangs (6-0) won 20 of 26 faceoffs to rout the Blue Jays (3-1).
McDaniel 15, Farmingdale St. 8: The host Green Terror (3-5) had a 10-0 lead at halftime and cruised to victory against the Rams (1-4).
Goucher 10, Washington & Jefferson 1: Max Roach scored a second straight hat trick to lead the visiting Gophers (2-6, 1-0 Landmark Conference) past the Presidents (3-3, 0-1).
Hood 11, Bryn Athyn 0: The host Blazers (2-6) caused 46 turnovers and shut out the Lions (1-1).
No. 1 Maryland 13, Boston College 5: The Terps (8-0, 3-0 Atlantic Coast Conference) limited the host Eagles (3-4, 1-1) to eight shots.
No. 10 Johns Hopkins 16, George Washington 6: The host Blue Jays (5-2) scored the game's first seven goals and beat the Colonials (5-3).
No. 15 Navy 9, Bucknell 3: The visiting Mids (8-1, 2-0 Patriot League) beat the Bison (1-7, 0-2) in a game that ended with 11:16 remaining in the second half because of snow.
Richmond 17, No. 18 Towson 10: Despite a season-high three goals from Jackie LaMonica, the Tigers (1-5) lost to the host Spiders (3-6).
McDaniel 18, Bryn Mawr 2: The host Green Terror (4-1, 1-0 Centennial Conference) scored 11 straight goals to defeat the Owls (2-2, 0-1).
Notre Dame 8, Calvin 2: The Gators (2-1) scored 28 seconds into the game and beat the visiting Knights (1-4).Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times