1. Maryland (3-0)
Previous Game: Defeated visiting No. 6 Penn, 17-15
Spotlight: The No. 4 Terrapins managed another dramatic comeback for the second straight week. Freshman attackman Daniel Maltz scored four of his game-high five goals in an 8-0 run during the third and fourth quarters.
Next Up: At Villanova Feb. 18
2. Loyola (1-1)
Previous Game: Beat John Hopkins, 10-7
Spotlight: Junior attackman Kevin Lindley scored four goals and junior goalkeeper Sam Shafer finished with 15 saves as the No. 16 Greyhounds won their third straight game in the annual “Battle of Charles Street.”
Next Up: Hosts No. 20 Rutgers Feb. 22
3. Johns Hopkins (1-1)
Previous Game: Lost to Loyola, 10-7
Spotlight: Sophomore attackman Joey Epstein, who is dealing with a leg injury, was back in the lineup but it wasn’t enough for the No. 11 Blue Jays, who did get three goals from senior midfielder Forry Smith.
Next Up: Hosts No. 8 North Carolina Feb. 22
4. Navy (2-0)
Previous Game: Beat Furman, 19-3
Spotlight: The Midshipmen opened a 19-0 lead and held Furman scoreless for 51:44 — the longest Navy has held an opponent scoreless since March 3, 2009. Junior attackman Christian Daniel (Northern) led the team with two goals and two assists.
Next Up: At No. 19 Richmond Feb. 18
5. Mount St. Mary’s (1-1)
Previous Game: Beat Towson, 11-10
Spotlight: It was a historic weekend for the Mountaineers, who beat the Tigers for the first time in program history. Senior midfielder Matt Haggerty led the way with four goals, while sophomore midfielder Kelly Gouin and senior midfielder/attackman Brenden McCarthy had three goals apiece.
Next Up: Hosts UMBC Feb. 22
6. UMBC (0-1)
Previous Game: Lost to Georgetown, 14-8
Spotlight: Senior attackman Brett McIntyre, junior attackman Steven Zichelli (Severna Park) and senior attackman Ryan Frawley each scored twice while junior goalie Tommy Lingner made 13 saves, but the Retrievers could not overcome the Hoyas.
Next Up: At Mount St. Mary’s Feb. 22
7. Towson (0-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Mount St. Mary’s, 11-10
Spotlight: The Tigers held the Mountaineers scoreless in the fourth quarter but they could not overcome a three-goal deficit. Senior midfielder Jon Mazza (Calverton) finished with a hat trick, while senior attackman Brody McLean and redshirt junior attackman Luke Fromert (Kent Island) each had two goals.
Next Up: Hosts No. 12 Cornell Feb. 21
1. Salisbury (2-0)
Previous Game: Beat No. 14 Lynchburg, 16-10
Spotlight: Junior attackman Griffin Moroney and junior midfielder Jarrett Bromwell led the top-ranked Sea Gulls with four goals apiece.
Next Up: At No. 9 Gettysburg Feb 22
2. Stevenson (0-1)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 15 Ursinus, 13-12
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Jacob Tatum had four goals for the No 20 Mustangs. Ursinus scored the game-winning man-up goal with 12 seconds remaining.
Next Up: At No. 7 York College on Feb. 22.
3. Frostburg (DII, 0-0)
Next Up: Hosts Lake Erie Feb. 22
4. McDaniel (1-0)
Previous Game: Beat Delaware Valley, 10-8
Spotlight: Junior defenseman Joey Conklin (Westminster) led the Green Terror with three goals, an assist and five ground balls.
Next Up: At Mary Washington Feb. 19
5. St. Mary’s (0-1)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 19 Dickinson, 15-8
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Dominic Venanzi (C. Milton Wright) led the Seahawks with five points (two goals, three assists).
Next Up: At Elizabethtown Feb. 22
6. Washington College (0-1)
Previous Game: Lost to Christopher Newport, 15-6
Spotlight: Freshman attackman/midfielder Kain Domenech (Severna Park) had two goals and assist), sophomore attackman Jeremy Wilson (Centennial) scored a goal with two assists and senior attackman Cooper Sloan finished with two goals for the Shoreman.
Next Up: at No. 13 Washington and Lee Feb. 22
Next Up: Hosts Shenandoah Feb. 19
Next Up: Hosts No. 9 Gettysburg Feb. 19
Photo Credit: Larry French/Loyola Communications