Behind hat tricks from Thomas DeNapoli and Andrew Hodgson, the
men's lacrosse team won, 13-5, over host Mount St. Mary's on Saturday night at Waldron Family Stadium.
The Tigers (2-3) scored six straight goals over the second and third quarters and held the Mount (2-3) scoreless in the second and fourth quarters to win. DeNapoli posted a four-point night, adding an assist to his three goals.
Brett Schmidt had two goals and an assist for the Mount.
No. 20 Fairfield 14, UMBC 9:
The visiting Retrievers (1-3) outshot the Stags (3-2) 41-40, but Stags goalie Jack Murphy made 17 saves in the win.
Conor Finch (Boys' Latin) and Zach Linkous (St. Paul's) each scored three goals for UMBC. The Retrievers' Phil Poe won 16 of the game's 27 faceoffs and had a season-best eight ground balls.
Bucknell 11, Navy 2:
The visiting Midshipmen (2-3, 0-1 Patriot League) scored twice in the first quarter before the Bison (3-1, 1-0) reeled off 10 straight goals.
) gave Navy a 1-0 lead with 13:54 left in the first quarter. Bucknell tied the score 3:27 later. Gabe Voumard gave Navy its last lead, 2-1, with 6:08 left before Bucknell started running.
Salisbury 8, Gettysburg 5:
J.T.McCook made a career-high 18 saves, as the host
(4-2) won their second straight and handed the season's first loss to the Bullets (2-1).
Salisbury outscored Gettysburg 5-2 in the second quarter to open a 7-4 halftime advantage, and the teams combined for just two goals in the second half of the nonconference game.
Stevenson 9, Western New England 5:
Peter Green (Hereford) had three goals and the host Mustangs improved to 4-0.
Stevenson took a 6-1 lead over the Golden Bears (0-1) in the first quarter.
St. Mary's 13, Drew 5:
The visiting Seahawks (2-1) opened with a 6-0 run and the Rangers (1-1) never got closer than four goals.
Conor Jordan and Will Larch each scored three goals for St. Mary's, which outshot Drew 32-27.
Ryan Serio (
-AA) led the charge with five goals and the Bobcats (3-0) scored four goals in the fourth quarter to beat the Flying Dutchmen (1-1).
Spenser Love (Winters Mill) had three goals for Frostburg State.
Bennett Cord scored three goals and assisted on another to reach 100 career points for the host Shoremen (2-0).
Washington College broke a four-game losing streak to the Generals (4-1).
Randolph-Macon 9, Goucher 8:
Justin Butler scored the tying and winning goals in the closing 51/2 minutes to complete a comeback win by the Yellow Jackets (1-4) over the Gophers (1-3), who have lost three straight.
York 9, McDaniel 7:
Pat Bivons (Loyola) tied the score at 7 for the host Green Terror (0-4), before the Spartans (3-0) scored twice to win.
Eastern 13, Hood 2:
The visiting Blazers (1-3) have lost two straight. The Eagles improved to 3-0.
Salisbury 19, Catholic 5:
Lauren Feusahrens had five goals and two assists to lead the visiting Sea Gulls (2-0) past the Cardinals (1-1).
The win is the 200th for coach Jim Nestor, who has a record of 200-24 in 12 seasons.
No. 19 Navy 12, Richmond 8:
A late 5-0 run helped the host Mids (5-0) beat the Spiders (1-5).
Loren Generi scored seven points (five goals and two assists).
UMBC 13, Colgate 7:
The Retrievers (3-1) outscored the host Raiders 9-1 in the second half to beat Colgate (2-2).
Alyssa Semones (Westminster) led UMBC with four goals and an assist, while Shannon Harkey had a career-best four goals. Abby Wilson (Fallston) added a goal and three assists.
The host Hokies (3-3) built a 10-1 first-half lead that the Mount (0-4) could not overcome.
Lindsay Diaz (Dulaney) had a hat trick to lead Mount St. Mary's, which matched Virginia Tech goal for goal in the second half.
Mandy Marston (Institute of Notre Dame) scored four goals to power the Mustangs (1-1) past the Maroons (0-1).
Lebanon Valley 14, Goucher 6:
Erin Reifsnyder and Hannah Khin each scored three goals in a losing effort for the host Gophers (1-2).
The Flying Dutchmen improved to 2-0.
Frostburg State 18, Bridgewater (Va.) 11:
Katelyn Kesecker (Arundel) scored five goals to lead seven scorers for the visiting Bobcats (1-1).
Taylor Chamberlain (Westminster) had four goals for the Eagles (0-1).
St. Mary's 10, Virginia Wesleyan 8:
Shelby Newman (Manchester Valley) and Amelia Tenberg (Hereford) each scored three goals as the host Seahawks (2-2) broke a two-game losing streak, beating the Blue Marlins (1-2).
Washington College 17, Rowan 6:
Emily Hubley broke the single-game school record by recording 11 draw controls, and Mollie Shipley tied a single-game school record with seven assists and surpassed 100 career points for the host Shorewomen (2-0).