EAST STROUDSBURG – April Daugherty scored two goals, including the game-winner 2:01 into overtime, as Merrimack upset No. 6 East Stroudsburg 3-2 on Sunday afternoon at Whitenight Field.

Merrimack withstood a barrage of shots and penalty corners from East Stroudsburg, which held advantages of 44-9 in shots and 28-5 in penalty corners in regulation.

Merrimack had all three shots in the overtime period, ending with Daugherty's second goal of the game when she followed up her first shot that was saved by Warriors senior goalkeeper Maureen Ordnung with a drive into the lower left corner of the cage.

No. 2 Shippensburg 12, Southern Connecticut State 0
SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. – Shippensburg set a program record for goals in a game on Sunday afternoon in a 12-0 victory against Southern Connecticut State, the last game of its season-opening host tournament.

Senior Kristina Taylor scored four goals to lead the Raiders (2-0), who have outscored their opponents 19-0 so far this season. It was Taylor’s second four-goal game of her career and first since 2009. Bre White continued her torrid pace to begin her sophomore campaign, posting her second hat trick of the weekend.

No. 1 UMass-Lowell 4, No. 9 Millersville 3 (SO)
LOWELL, Mass. -- Melissa Effertz recorded her first career hat trick to propel No. 1 UMass Lowell to a 4-3 shootout victory against No. 9 Millersville on Sunday afternoon at Cushing Field. The River Hawks won the shootout, 3-2.

The win pushes UMass Lowell back to .500 overall at 1-1, while dropping the Marauders to the same record.

"A win is always a good thing to have and Millersville is a tremendously tough team," head coach Shannon Hlebichuk said. "We were gritty; I thought we used our bench more than we have in the past few years. We had a lot of fresh legs and a lot of young players that got some minutes today--and that's great for the future of our program."

Game information compiled from respective athletic department website.