The Greyhounds (12-4, 8-0) completed their ninth undefeated regular-season conference schedule. They will host the Patriot League tournament semifinals and final Thursday and next Sunday, respectively.
Annie Thomas (John Carroll) had three goals and two assists.
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Kaitlan Moynihan (C. Milton Wright) had two goals for the Mids (14-2, 6-2).
No. 1 Maryland 22, Virginia Tech 12: Beth Glaros (Wilde Lake) had five goals and the host Terps (16-1, 6-1) beat the Hokies (7-9, 0-7) to secure the top seed in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament.
Washington College 12, Gettysburg 11, 2OT: Alli Dudley (Francis Scott Key) scored the game-winner with 18.8 seconds left in the second overtime as the host Shorewomen (9-4, 5-2 Centennial Conference) beat the Bullets (12-2, 6-1).
McDaniel 11, Ursinus 8: The host Green Terror (9-5, 5-3 Centennial) won its third straight, beating the Bears (7-7, 2-5).
Drew 20, Goucher 11: Erin Reifsnyder had four goals and the visiting Gophers (7-8, 2-3 Landmark Conference) lost to the Rangers (10-4, 4-1).
St. Mary's 16, Frostburg State 7: Shelby Newman (Manchester Valley) scored six goals and the visiting Seahawks (8-8, 4-3 Capital Athletic Conference) used a 12-3 first half to carry them past the Bobcats (4-12, 1-6).
No. 4 Florida 13, No. 7 Northwestern 12: Shannon Gilroy scored the eventual game-winner with 5:31 left as the Gators (15-2, 6-0 American Lacrosse Conference) withstood a three-goal rally by the host Wildcats (9-5, 3-3).
No. 14 Stony Brook 15, New Hampshire 5: Alyssa Cardillo had a goal and seven assists to lead the host Seawolves (13-2, 4-0 America East) past the Wildcats (7-8, 2-2).