The Dukes (4-5) took a 3-2 lead with 19:35 remaining before halftime, but Maryland (11-0) rallied with a four-goal run and stayed ahead for the final 38 minutes, though James Madison pulled to within two goals twice in the second half.
UMBC 11, Temple 9: Attacker Abby Wilson (Fallston) and midfielders Kristen Bilney (Mount Hebron) and Alyssa Semones each contributed a hat trick to the host Retrievers' win over the Owls.
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UMBC (4-4) led 7-4 at halftime, and Temple (3-6) tied the game at 7 with 22:23 to play before the Retrievers responded with a four-goal run and held on for the win.
Boston University 9, No. 14 Navy 8: The host Mids (9-1, 3-1 Patriot) suffered their first loss of the season after the Terriers (3-5, 3-0) went ahead 8-5 with 19:03 to play after a four-goal run.
Attacker Ashleigh Rohrback had a game-high six goals for Towson.
Salisbury 14, Southern Virginia 1: Six players scored for the host Sea Gulls (7-0), ranked No. 1 in Division III, as they held the Knights (1-5) to five shots and one goal on a free-position shot with 4:22 to play in the schools' first meeting.
Stevenson 16, Wittenberg 12: The visiting Mustangs (5-4) won their fourth straight after a 1-4 start to the season, led by eight goals from attacker Leah Warner (Northeast) against the Tigers (3-1).
Goucher 19, Elizabethtown 3: The host Gophers (6-4, 1-0 Landmark Conference) went on a 5-0 run in the first half to lead 11-3 at the break, then held the Blue Jays (0-6, 0-2) scoreless in the second half.
St. Mary's 10, Christopher Newport 7: The Captains (5-4) kept the game within three goals, but the visiting Seahawks (4-4) led 5-4 at halftime and expanded their lead in the second half.
Mary Washington 22, Frostburg State 6: Three days after their first win this year, the host Bobcats (1-8, 0-2 Capital Athletic Conference) did not score in the final 33 minutes of their worst defeat of the season at the hands of the Eagles (6-2, 1-0).
Bryn Athyn 9, Hood 8: The visiting Blazers (4-2) were ahead 6-3 at halftime, but the Lions (2-3) came back with a six-point run to lead 9-6 with 6:08 to play.
Gwynedd Mercy 16, Notre Dame Maryland 10: The Griffins (3-4, 1-0 Colonial States Athletic Conference) built a 7-1 lead in the first half in beating the visiting Gators (0-4, 0-2).
Boston College (7-2, 1-2 ACC) went ahead by one goal twice in the first half and tied the game at 13 with 2:27 to play, but Messinger scored with 28 seconds left to give North Carolina (10-0, 3-0) the win.
No. 5 Florida 10, No. 20 Ohio State 9: The host Buckeyes used a 4-0 run to take a 7-4 lead with 22:22 to play, but the Gators (10-2, 2-0 American Lacrosse Conference) mirrored the streak and denied Ohio State (6-4, 1-1) the lead for the final 17 minutes.
No. 9 Massachusetts 14, Southern California 6: The host Minutewomen (9-0) led the Trojans (3-4) from the first goal, and attacker Sam Rush led Massachusetts with a game-high four goals.
No. 10 Duke 16, No. 18 Virginia 11: The Cavaliers and host Blue Devils kept the game within two goals for the first 58 minutes, but Duke (7-3, 2-1 ACC) went on a six-goal run to defeat Virginia (4-6, 0-3).
No. 12 Stanford 16, St. Mary's (Calif.) 4: Coming off two overtime wins against ranked opponents, the host Cardinal (6-1, 2-0 Pacific-12) went ahead 8-2 in the first half and doubled its score after the break to defeat the Gaels (0-5, 0-3).