The Terps improved their record to 7-0.
The Wolverines fell to 4-5.
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Michigan took the early lead on a goal by Thomas Paras at the 12:42 mark, but Maryland scored the next five goals.
In the second half, the Terps used another 5-0 run to pull away.
Salisbury 11, Trinity (Conn.) 8: A rematch of the previous two national championship games ended with the Sea Gulls prevailing over the Bantams (4-2) at the National Training Center in Clermont, Fla..
Salisbury (6-0) came out strong in the first half with a 7-2 run.
Shelby Nemecek (Liberty) and Bethany Baer (Westminster) each had three goals for the Sea Gulls.
Messiah 7, McDaniel 5: Carly Bajus and Ida Ehrhardt (C. Milton Wright) each scored a goal in the closing minutes to lift the Falcons (2-4) over the Green Terror (4-1) in Clermont.
Messiah led 5-3 in the second period before McDaniel rallied to tie the game.
Julia Jacobs (St. Mary's) led McDaniel with three goals.
No. 17 host Fairfield (5-2) won its third straight men's lacrosse game, 11-5, defeating No. 12 Massachusetts (6-2). Colin McLinden and Eric Warden each scored three goals for the Stags. ... Dan Lintner had five goals to power No. 3 Cornell (7-1) to a 15-10 victory over host Colgate (6-2). The Big Red built a 10-4 lead and held off a late surge by the Raiders. ... T.J. Sanders had four goals and No. 13 host Penn State won, 13-6, over Dartmouth (1-3). Penn State went on a 4-1 run in the third quarter to pull away from the Big Green. ... No. 4 Duke (7-2) routed host Furman (0-8), 19-4. Eleven players scored for the Blue Devils. ... No. 7 North Carolina (6-2) earned a 13-10 victory over visiting Harvard (4-3). Steve Pontrello led the Tar Heels with three goals.
Shannon Gilroy had six goals to power No. 5 host Florida (9-2) to a 14-7 win over Dartmouth (3-3). Ingrid Hermanson led the Big Green with three goals. The Gators bounced back from a 17-12 setback to No. 3 Syracuse on Saturday. ... Sam Rush had five goals and Katie Ferris had four as No. 9 Massachusetts (8-0) won, 16-6, over host Vermont (7-2). The Minutewomen outscored the Catamounts 9-2 in the second half. ... Devon Collins had three goals to lead No. 3 Syracuse (8-1) to a 17-4 win over visiting Harvard (3-3). The Orange built a 10-2 lead in the first half. ... Maryland junior midfielder Kelly McPartland was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Offensive Player of the Week. Terps junior defender Megan Douty shared ACC Defensive Player of the Week honors with Syracuse's Alyssa Constantino.