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Tringali stops 10 but SU shut down by Blazers

Despite Michael Tringali making double-digit saves for a fourth time this season, the Mustangs were shutout by MAC Commonwealth rival Hood, 4-0 on Wednesday.

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Mustangs dominate Hood, 6-0

Stevenson beat up on conference rival Hood on Tuesday night, posting their best offensive performance since 2014 with half a dozen goals in a shutout win.

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Reeves leads Terps past San Diego, 2-0

DJ Reeves scored his first career goal and drew a foul to set up Maryland’s second goal as they shut out San Diego on Monday night.

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Quaranta twins lead UMBC past Maine

Preslie Quaranta (pictures) came off the bench and scored a goal and had an assists while Alexa Quaranta has two assists in a 3-0 win over Maine.

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Tigers blanked by Drexel, 2-0

After giving up two early goals, Towson was unable to recover against a packed-in Drexel defense on Sunday afternoon, falling 2-0 in the CAA game.

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Hounds offense stymied by Terriers

Loyola played tough defense for over 100 minutes but their offense could not get anything started as they lost to Boston University, 1-0 in overtime.

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Saramago’s PK in OT puts Hounds past Mids

Bryan Saramago nails a penalty kick in overtime to lift Loyola past Navy with a 2-1 victory, keeping the Greyhounds unbeaten in Patriot League play.

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Victor Osio’s goal lifts JHU past Dickson, 1-0

Victor Osio’s deflected a free kick off the wall and into the goal in the 29th minute and it proved to be the game-winner as JHU shutout Dickinson, 1-0.

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Tigers top Blue Hens for first time in 7 years

Senior Natalie Pinkney used her pace to stretch the Delaware defense and scored what would prove to be the game-winner early in a rain-soaked game on Friday.

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See’s eight saves hold Bullets off for JHU 2-1 win

Despite being out-shot 21-9, Johns Hopkins used two early goals and a season-high eight saves by goalkeeper Bryan See to hold onto a 2-1 victory.

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