A second-half comeback by the Mount St. Mary's men's lacrosse team fell short Tuesday night as host Saint Joseph's won, 10-5.
The Hawks improved to 7-3 overall and 3-0 in the Northeast Conference. Clayton Wainer scored twice for the Mount (0-11, 0-3), which trailed 8-1 after three quarters.
Mount St. Mary's scored four straight goals to cut the lead to 8-5 with 8:45 remaining, but Saint Joseph's scored the final two to pull away.
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Frostburg State 19, Southern Virginia 3: The visiting Bobcats (2-9) opened with a 7-0 run and never looked back in beating the Knights (1-8).
Brittany Miller had a career-high five goals, and Megan White added four goals for Frostburg State.
No. 12 Fairfield 10, Bucknell 6: T.J. Neubauer (Loyola) had four goals and the host Stags (8-2) won their sixth straight, beating the Bison (5-6).
Fairfield used a 5-0 run in the second half to pull away.
No. 17 Yale 8, Providence 5: Dylan Levings won the opening faceoff and fed Mark Glicini for a 1-0 lead seven seconds into the game and the Bulldogs (5-3) never trailed.
The Friars fell to 3-8.
Syracuse took a 7-5 lead at the half before Albany matched them goal for goal in the second half.
No. 20 Virginia 18, American 4: The host Cavaliers (6-6) took an 8-0 lead and beat the Eagles (4-9).
Virginia's Casey Bocklet had a goal and three assists, and Liz Colgan (Notre Dame Prep) made four saves.