Host Mount St. Mary's pulled to within four goals of No. 8 Virginia, but a 4-0 run in the fourth quarter by the undefeated Cavaliers sealed a 14-6 win Tuesday.

Mark Cockerton had a career-high and game-high seven goals for Virginia (4-0). Mike Fields (Wilde Lake) and Evan Gormley each scored twice for the Mount (0-4). The Cavaliers scored the first three goals of the game and outscored Mount St. Mary's 5-2 in the second quarter for a 9-3 lead at the half.

Hood 15, Rosemont 2: Brett Humphreys had five goals to lead Blazers (1-0) past the host Ravens (0-1).

State women

No. 2 Maryland 14, Hofstra 3: Taylor Cummings (McDonogh) had seven points (three goals, four assists) and the visiting Terps improved to 5-0.

The Pride (2-2) was outscored 10-2 in the second half.

Rowan 17, Goucher 5: Becca Wood scored eight goals to power the Profs (1-0) past the host Gophers (1-1).

Catholic 21, Frostburg State 8: Megan White and Jessica Jones (North County) each had three goals, but the host Bobcats (0-2) lost to the Cardinals (1-0).

National men

No. 6 Princeton 14, Manhattan 8: Forest Sonnenfeldt had three goals to lead the Tigers (2-0) past the host Jaspers (0-4).

Villanova 11, No. 14 Drexel 10, OT: Austin Frederick (McDonogh) scored the game-winner with 51 seconds left as the host Wildcats (1-1) upset the Dragons (1-2).

Villanova previously lost to No. 17 Lehigh, 7-6 in triple overtime Feb. 16.

Hofstra 9, No. 16 Fairfield 7: Chris Selva made 10 saves and the Pride (1-2) held the Stags (2-1) below their 18-goals-per-game average.

National women

No. 4 Northwestern 20, Marquette 5: Kara Mupo had three goals and two assists to lead the host Wildcats (3-0) past the Golden Eagles (0-2).

Northwestern is a seven-time national champion. Marquette is a second-year team.

No. 8 Penn State 11, Duquesne 7: Maggie McCormick (Liberty) had three goals to power the host Nittany Lions (2-1) past the Dukes (1-1).

Charity event

The Johns Hopkins women will host the first Lacrosse Coaches vs. Cancer event tonight when they meet Loyola Maryland in a nationally televised 5 p.m. game at Homewood Field.

Coaches vs. Cancer aims to raise awareness, money and advocacy to combat the disease. It emerged as a collaboration between the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer Society with events held at college and high school basketball games.