The Greyhounds' Taryn VanThof scored the game's first goal, but North Carolina (14-3) scored the next five, and with a 12-8 halftime lead, put the game away with seven more.
Sophomore Annie Thomas (John Carroll) led Loyola (11-8) with five points on four goals and one assist, while junior Marlee Paton had four points on three goals and one assist.
For North Carolina, Kara Cannizzaro had a game-high seven points on five goals and two assists. Abbey Friend added four goals and two assists.
Virginia 10, No. 6 seed
The unseeded Cavaliers advance to the quarterfinals, where they will face No. 3 seed North Carolina next weekend.
Virginia was led offensively by Caroline McTiernan and Casey Bocklet, who scored three points each. After falling behind 1-0, the 8-1 run gave the Cavaliers an 8-2 cushion with 22:29 to play in the second half.
Seven Wildcats found the back of the net Sunday, with Ali Cassera matching Thornton and Leonard's hat tricks, while junior Kate Macdonald and freshman Nancy Dunbar each recorded the first two-goal games of their careers.
Penn State, which improved to 7-2 when hosting an
No. 4 Syracuse 21,
Murray recorded five goals and a career-best five assists to spark the Orange offense. It marks just the sixth time in tournament history that a player has scored 10 or more points in a game.
Lebanon Valley 14, McDaniel 10: Four goals in a 1:43 span turned a three-goal halftime deficit into a 7-6 lead for the Flying Dutchmen (13-5) en route to a victory over the Green Terror (11-9) in the championship game of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Mid-Atlantic tournament.
Anna Beaudry and Anna Molhenrich (Mercy) led the Green Terror with three goals apiece.
Hana Krechel, who was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, paced the Flying Dutchmen with six assists to give her 410 points for her career to finish third all-time in Division III history.
Salisbury 8, Franklin & Marshall 6: The host