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Arcadia pulls away from Mustangs in second half

The Knights had three second half goals help vault them to a 4-1 victory over the surging Mustangs on Saturday.

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Blue Jays strike fast in 2-0 win over Fords

Meg Van de loo (pictured) and Ana Bengoechea each had a goal and an assists to leave Johns Hopkins to a 2-0 victory over Haverford.

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Terps capture B1G title with win over Badgers

Maryland came back to defeat the Wisconsin Badgers 3-2 in overtime and clinched at least a share of the Big Ten regular season title with the win.

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Tigers shutout Seahawks, even CAA record

The Towson women’s soccer team battled UNC Wilmington to a 1-0 victory on Friday afternoon to improve to 3-3 in conference play.

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Mustangs battle Cardinals to scoreless draw

Stevenson may not have beaten Catholic, but the scoreless draw certainly showed the improvement the Mustangs have made since the beginning of the year.

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UMBC can’t put it all together in loss to Bearcats

The Retrievers control play, but can’t finish and allow late goal to Binghamton as they fall 1-0 and remain searching for their first conference win.

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Nittany Lion set pieces doom Terps

Spoiling a tough performance by Maryland’s back line, Penn State scored three goals off corner kick as they shut the Terps out, 3-0.

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Hounds battle Lehigh to 0-0 draw

The Loyola women’s soccer team played into double overtime for a fourth-straight game and seventh time this year when they took on Lehigh.

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UMBC falls flat against UMass Lowell

A controversial first half red card left UMBC down a player against the nationally-ranked River Hawks and they were unable to keep up, falling 4-0.

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Towson falls to Dukes in 2OT, 2-1

Towsn played tough defensively against James Madison but eventually a late mistake aided the Dukes in scoring the winning goal in double overtime.

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