1. Maryland (4-1)
Previous Game: Beat No. 5 Notre Dame, 14-9
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Logan Wisnauskas (Boys’ Latin) scored five goals and senior attackman Jared Bernhardt had two goals with two assists. Freshman goalie Logan McNaney made 10 saves to earn his first career win.
Next Up: Hosts Albany March 7
2. Loyola (4-1)
Previous Game: Beat Lafayette, 14-4
Spotlight: Junior attackman Kevin Lindley had six goals and an assist.
Next Up: Hosts No. 13 Duke March 7
3. Johns Hopkins (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 10 Princeton, 18-11
Spotlight: Sophomore attackman Joey Epstein (Landon) had two goals and two assists. He is just the sixth Johns Hopkins player to reach 50 goals in fewer than 20 career games. Freshman attackman Owen Murphy had three goals for the Blue Jays, who played their first road game of the season.
Next Up: Hosts No. 3 Syracuse March 7
4. UMBC (2-1)
Previous Game: Beat Sacred Heart, 13-6
Spotlight: Freshman midfielder Alex Poma was dominant from the “X,” winning 19 of 23 faceoffs, while junior goalie Tommy Lingner led the defense with 17 saves.
Next Up: Hosts Towson March 3
5. Navy (2-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Lehigh, 14-6
Spotlight: Junior attackman Tyler Perreten (Severn) scored three goals for the Midshipmen.
Next Up: Hosts Colgate March 7
6. Mount St. Mary’s (2-3)
Previous Game: Beat VMI, 10-9
Spotlight: Sophomore long-stick middie Noah Daniels scored the game-winner with 17 seconds left and sophomore midfielder Kelly Gouin finished with four goals.
Next Up: Hosts Richmond March 3
7. Towson (0-4)
Previous Game: Lost to Loyola, 15-6
Spotlight: Redshirt junior goalie Shane Brennan had a career-high 16 saves. Sophomore Austin Stewart posted a career-best three assists while senior Brody McLean notched two goals and one assist.
Next Up: At UMBC March 3
1. Salisbury (4-0)
Previous Game: Beat Coast Guard, 22-8
Spotlight: Junior attackman Cross Ferrara had six goals and senior attackman Josh Melton scored four goals.
Next Up: At Stevens March 4
2. Frostburg (DII, 3-0)
Previous Game: Beat Walsh (Ohio), 12-8
Spotlight: Sophomore midfielder Tanner Donaldson, junior attackman Paul Ruppert (Severna Park), junior midfielder Jeffrey Stallings (Perry Hall) and sophomore midfielder Matthew Ward had two goals apiece.
Next Up: Hosts Georgian Court (N.J.) March 5
3. St. Mary’s (3-1)
Previous Game: Beat Catholic, 13-7
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Jeremiah Clemmer and senior midfielder Erich Wuesthoff scored three goals apiece.
Next Up: At Washington College March 4
4. Stevenson (1-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Gettysburg, 10-5
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Jacob Tatum scored a goal, extending a streak of 33 straight games with a point.
Next Up: At Christopher Newport March 7
5. Goucher (2-2)
Previous Game: Beat Lebanon Valley, 9-7
Spotlight: Freshman attackman Ben Smith (Archbishop Curley) scored four goals, while junior attackman Matt Woodson (McDonogh) had three goals and two assists.
Next Up: At Marymount March 4
6. Hood (2-1)
Previous Game: Beat Immaculata, 11-10, in OT
Spotlight: Junior attackman Gavin Combe scored the game-winner with 1:47 left in overtime.
Next Up: At. St. Vincent (Pa.) March 7
7. McDaniel (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Goucher, 12-8
Spotlight: Sophomore goalie Brighton Lorber (Loyola Blakefield) had 14 saves, while senior Jackson Reilly (Southern) led the attack with two goals and an assist. Senior attackman Carson Marshall (Glenelg) added two goals and an assist.
Next Up: Host Allegheny March 7
8. Washington College (0-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Widener, 18-11
Spotlight: Junior goalie Chris Del Rosario (Bullis) made 16 saves, while sophomore attackman Jeremy Wilson (Centennial) finished with a hat trick.
Next Up: Hosts St. Mary’s March 4
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Maryland Athletics