Rhiannon Coogle and Ashleigh Rohrback combined for six goals and three assists to lead the Towson women's lacrosse team to its fourth straight victory, 11-6 at American on Tuesday afternoon.
The Tigers (5-7) and Eagles (6-8) traded goals early and were tied at 1 with 25:45 to play in the first half. Coogle scored on a free position at 24:25 to start a 5-0 run by the Tigers. She scored three times in that stretch to record her fourth straight hat trick. The Tigers eventually led 11-2.
Salisbury 21, Wesley 2: The Sea Gulls (12-0, 4-0 Capital Athletic Conference) routed the host Wolverines (5-8, 0-5) thanks to five goals apiece from Kate Haker and Maggie Roundy. It was Salisbury's 69th consecutive regular-season conference win, breaking the record set by the College of Notre Dame of Maryland. The Gulls' last regular-season defeat in CAC play was April 10, 2002, at Mary Washington.
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York 23, Frostburg State 1: The host Spartans (10-2, 4-0 CAC) led 16-1 at halftime and cruised past the Bobcats (5-6, 1-3).
Notre Dame (Md.) 14, Gwynedd-Mercy 12: The Griffins (3-8, 2-3 Colonial States Athletic Conference) took a late 12-11 lead, but the host Gators (4-3, 2-2) used a strong team effort to retake control.
Messiah 17, Hood 1: Gabrielle Hamelryck dished out a career-high six assists and finished with seven total points as the Falcons (6-5, 3-0 Commonwealth Conference) dominated the visiting Blazers (3-7, 0-4).
Marymount 16, Goucher 14, OT: The Saints defeated former CAC foe Goucher at home. Marymount (7-4) has won its most games since the 2008 season. The Gophers fall to 6-6.
No. 9 Princeton 13, Rutgers 8: Tom Schreiber and Luke Armour each scored three goals to lead the visiting Tigers (7-3) over the Scarlet Knights (2-10). Princeton took home the Meistrell Cup, given to the winner in the series, for the 24th time in 25 years.