Maryland (men): Senior John Stertzer and freshman Christiano Francois scored in the first half as the top-ranked Terrapins (11-0-1) won at Duke, 2-1, to win their 10th straight and remain perfect in the ACC (5-0-0). They’ll host Colgate on Tuesday, then welcome defending national champion North Carolina (11-1-1, 4-0-1) to College Park on Friday night (6 p.m. ET, ESPNU).
Georgetown (men): After losing Big East matches to Connecticut and Notre Dame, the Hoyas (12-2-1) upset previously unbeaten Marquette, 2-1. Steve Neumann had a goal and an assist.
Maryland (women): Hayley Brock scored two minutes into sudden-death extra time, leading the Terrapins (11-3-2) to a 1-0 victory over Boston College — their third straight and fifth in six matches. They’ll host top-ranked Florida State (14-0) next Sunday at Ludwig Field.
Georgetown (women): With a 1-0 extra-time win over DePaul, the Hoyas (14-1-2) extended their unbeaten streak to nine and clinched their first Big East National Division title. They have conceded one goal in 852 minutes heading into the regular season finale against Villanova.
Old Dominion (men): Chris Harmon recorded two goals and an assist as the Monarchs (8-1-2) defeated UNC Wilmington, 3-1.
Navy (women): The Mids (15-1-1) settled for a 1-1 draw at Colgate, ending their winning streak at 15 matches and leaving them tied with the Raiders for first place in the Patriot League.
Virginia Commonwealth (men): Two days after the Rams (7-2-3) allowed an equalizer with six seconds left and then an overtime goal at St. Louis, Dennis Castillo scored in the 87th minute to down Butler, 1-0.
Virginia (women): The Cavaliers (11-4-1) pushed No. 1 Florida State into overtime before losing on a penalty kick, 1-0, for their third setback in five outings.
Virginia Tech (women): Dayle Colpitts made a season-high seven saves in the Hokies’ 0-0 draw with Miami. Tech is 11-4-1.
Of note: The Navy men (5-3-3) had a seven-game unbeaten streak end with a 2-1 loss to Lehigh. … The George Mason men (9-4-0) scored twice in the second half to defeat William & Mary, 2-0. … The William & Mary women (11-5-0) dropped a pair of 1-0 results after winning five in a row.
Howard Bison watch: The men’s team is 1-13-0, the women 0-13-2.