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Ramadane’s two goals put JHU past Mules

Samy Radamane scored two first half goals to life the Blue Jays to a 2-0 victory over Mulhenberg, JHU’s seventh shutout of the season.

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Alex Crognale leads Terps past Hofstra, 2-1

Senior Alex Crognale ensured he would get a victory on Senior Day with not only a tremendous defensive effort, but two goals in the first 20 minutes as well.

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Mustangs cruise past Crusaders, 4-0

Stevenson did not allowed Alvernia a shot on goal in their fifth shutout of the year as they sent their seniors out with a 4-0 win at Mustang Stadium.

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Terps shutout by Iowa, 2-0

Despite a solid effort in goal by sophomore Rachel Egyed, Maryland suffered a fifth-straight shutout loss, falling to the Iowa Hawkeyes, 2-0.

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Quarantas power UMBC to senior day win

Alexa and Preslie Quaranta both scored as the UMBC women’s soccer team earned a needed conference victory over Binghamton Thursday, 3-1.

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Hounds run over by unbeaten Bison, 3-0

Bucknell put the pressure on Loyola right away and carried a 3-0 first half lead to a decisive victory on Wednesday night t Ridley Athletic Complex.

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Tringali makes 100th save in loss to No. 9 Messiah

Michael Tringali became just the fifth goalie in Stevenson history to record a 100-save season, but No. 9 Messiah was too much for the Mustangs, topping them 2-0.

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Van de loo’s hat trick powers JHU past Dickinson

Meg Van de loo recorded her first-career hat trick in just a 21-minute span as the Blue Jays blew out Dickinson 4-0 to remain unbeaten in Centennial play.

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No. 1 Terps caught in battle, but top Eagles, 2-1

Maryland’s game against American was a much tougher one than anybody would have expected, but the Terps figured out a way to win the fight on Tuesday night.

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No. 9 Messiah beats Stevenson with late goal, 2-1

Just a few days after beating No. 6 Arcadia the Stevenson w. soccer team showed it was no fluke as they pushed No. 9 Messiah, but were unable to get the win.

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