1. Maryland (5-1)
Previous Game: Beat UAlbany, 14-13
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Logan Wisnauskas (Boys’ Latin) scored five goals with three assists to tie a career high with eight points, while freshman attackman Daniel Maltz tallied his second hat trick of the season.
Next Up: Hosts Virginia March 14
2. Loyola (4-2)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 12 Duke, 13-10
Spotlight: Senior midfielder Peter Swindell had a goal and three assists. Duke opened an 8-0 lead and never trailed.
Next Up: Hosts Bucknell March 14
3. UMBC (4-1)
Previous Game: Beat High Point, 19-13
Spotlight: Senior attackman Ryan Frawley had six goals and junior goalkeeper Tommy Lingner made nine saves. This is the first time the Retrievers have started 4-1 since 2001.
Next Up: At Vermont March 14
4. Navy (3-2)
Previous Game: Lost to Lehigh, 14-6
Spotlight: Junior attackman Tyler Perreten (Severn) scored a career-high five goals. Overall, the Midshipmen’s attack accounted for 17 points (nine goals, eight assists), and the midfield had 11 points (seven goals, four assists).
Next Up: Hosts Johns Hopkins March 14
5. Johns Hopkins (1-4)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 1 Syracuse, 15-9
Spotlight: Senior attackman Owen Murphy had three goals and an assist for the Blue Jays, who trailed 7-1 early in the game.
Next Up: Hosts Mount St. Mary’s March 10
6. Mount St. Mary’s (3-4)
Previous Game: Beat Utah, 11-10, in OT
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Luke Frankeny had a hat trick, including the game- winner with 1:07 left in overtime. Senior attackman/midfielder Brenden McCarthy finished with three goals for the Mountaineers.
Next Up: At Johns Hopkins March 10
7. Towson (0-6)
Previous Game: Lost to No. 12 Georgetown, 16-4
Spotlight: Senior attackman Brody McLean, junior midfielder Grey Ey (Boys’ Latin), senior midfielder Jon Mazza (Calverton) and freshman attackman Andrew Milani (St. Paul’s) scored the Tigers’ goals.
Next Up: Hosts No. 12 Duke March 14
1. Salisbury (4-0)
Previous Game: Beat Ohio Wesleyan, 22-4
Spotlight: Junior attackmen Cross Ferrara and Griffin Moroney led the Sea Gulls with three goals with an assist. Senior attackman Josh Melton finished with three assists, three ground balls and a goal.
Next Up: Hosts Rhodes March 9 and hosts Cortland State March 14
2. Frostburg (DII, 4-0)
Previous Game: Beat Georgian Court, 14-6
Spotlight: Senior attackman Mike Sipes, junior attackman Jason Clinton and sophomore midfielder Jake Bowman each had three goals.
Next Up: Faces No. 20 Florida Southern at Johns Hopkins March 12
3. St. Mary’s (5-1)
Previous Game: Beat Eastern, 15-8
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Jeremiah Clemmer and sophomore attackman/midfielder Jack Brocato (St. Paul’s) had four goals apiece.
Next Up: Hosts Randolph-Macon March 11
4. Stevenson (1-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Christopher Newport, 14-13
Spotlight: Junior attackman Will Smith had four goals, while senior midfielder Ethan Christensen added five assists.
Next Up: Hosts Franklin & Marshall in the Mustang Classic March 13
5. Goucher (3-3)
Previous Game: Lost to Arcadia, 21-13
Spotlight: Senior attackman Matt Woodson (McDonogh) had five goals and two assists.
Next Up: At Neumann March 11
6. Hood (2-2)
Previous Game: Lost to St. Vincent, 12-9
Spotlight: Junior attackman Bentley LeBarron had two goals and became the fifth player in program history with 100 career points.
Next Up: Vs. Centenary (N.J.) in Virginia Beach on March 10.
7. McDaniel (2-3)
Previous Game: Beat Allegheny, 21-8
Spotlight: Senior attackman Carson Marshall (Glenelg) scored six goals.
Next Up: Hosts St. Mary’s March 14
8. Washington College (0-5)
Previous Game: Lost to Stockton, 14-11
Spotlight: Junior midfielder Joe Tobin had five goals and an assist for the Shoremen.
Next Up: Hosts Illinois Wesleyan March 11
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