Senior Lindsey Biles scored all four of her goals in the second half to lead second-ranked Princeton past visiting Johns Hopkins, 9-6, in the teams' first-ever meeting yesterday at the Class of 1952 Stadium.
The No. 6 Blue Jays (1-1) led 5-4 at the break before the Tigers (1-0) outscored them 5-1 in the second half.
Meagan Voight and Mary Key each scored two goals for Johns Hopkins.
Kathleen Miller scored two goals and had an assist for the Tigers.
No. 1 Virginia 15, No. 12 Syracuse 7: Ginger Miles made 10 saves behind a strong defense in her first career start for the visiting Cavaliers (1-0).
Tyler Leachman scored five goals and Amy Appelt added three goals and five assists for Virginia.
Monica Joines, Caitlyn Dragon, and Gaddy Fortune all scored two goals for the Orange (2-1).
No. 3 Northwestern 16, Ohio 3: Lindsey Munday and Aly Josephs each scored four goals for the visiting Wildcats (5-0).
Northwestern scored 15 of the game's first 16 goals and had a 10-1 lead at the half.
No. 10 Dartmouth 13, No. 14 New Hampshire 3: After falling behind 2-1, the host Big Green scored 11 straight goals.
Senior Katieanne Christian scored four goals and junior Annie Liebovitz added three goals and an assist for Dartmouth (1-0).
The Wildcats dropped to 1-1.
No. 18 Towson 12, Albany 6: Shannon Witzel had four goals and teammate Becky Trumbo added five assists to lead the Tigers (2-0) over the Great Danes (1-3) at the Turf at the Inn at Union College.
Mandy Corry had six saves for the Tigers.
Hood 20, Hollins 3: Nicole Beall paced the host Blazers (1-0) with a career-high five goals and Annie Lavery and Laura Pitts had with four goals and an assist.
Hollins fell to 0-1.
Stevens Tech 8, Goucher 7: Valerie Barnhart scored an unassisted, game-winning goal with 6:20 left in the game for the host Ducks (2-0).
Ashley Snyder scored three goals for the visiting Gophers (0-1), who led 4-3 at halftime.
Gettysburg 11, St. Mary's 8: Kathy Delauney led the host Lady Bullets (1-0) with four goals.
Allyson Sarigianis scored three of her four goals in the first half for the Seahawks (2-1).