GARDEN CITY, N.Y. -- UMass Lowell defeated Adelphi, 2-1, in a fierce battle on Saturday afternoon. The River Hawks picked up goals from Sarah Wilcox and Ali Ferraro, then clamped down defensively for the victory.

Riding a five-game winning streak, UMass Lowell has surged to a 5-1 overall record on the season. The Panthers suffered their second consecutive loss, dropping to 4-3 on the campaign.

The River Hawks took the game's first lead in the 22nd minute. With pressure in the offensive zone, UMass Lowell's shot was saved, but Wilcox slapped the loose rebound past Lucia Vigliotti for her second goal of the season.

No. 1 Bloomsburg 4, Slippery Rock 0
SLIPPERY ROCK -- Senior Amanda Riley scored two goals and Betsy Renn and Candice Smith each added two assists as Bloomsburg beat Slippery Rock 4-0 on Saturday. In addition, the Huskies defense limited The Rock to just one shot on goal for the game.

The Huskies would get all the offense they needed just 7:37 into the game when Riley scored off a Renn assist to put the visitors on top 1-0.

The score stayed 1-0 until nine minutes into the second half when Brooke Simonovich scored off a Candice Smith pass to put Bloomsburg on top 2-0.

Bloomsburg made it 3-0 in the 51st minute when Lindsay Danz scored from an assist by Renn on a penalty corner. The Huskies closed out the game with a score by Riley in the 68th minute with Smith getting the assist.

No. 2 West Chester 2, Seton Hill 1
GREENSBURG, Pa. -- Leah Angstadt scored twice on penalty strokes as West Chester topped host Seton Hill 2-1 Saturday in a PSAC contest. Kristin Arnold made four saves.

Seton Hill keeper Rebecca Portillo kept West Chester off the scoreboard as she made nine saves in the half. Seton Hill fell behind 1-0 after a West Chester penalty stroke goal 5 minutes into the second half. The Griffins countered back 8 minutes after with a goal from Ashley Reid assisted by Janelle Hofer to tie it up at 1. With 17 minutes remaining in the game West Chester received another penalty stroke. Leah Angstadt scored her second goal of the game making the score 2-1.

No. 4 Shippensburg 6, No 10. East Stroudsburg 0
SHIPPENSBURG – Reigning national player of the year Kristina Taylor scored two goals and Bre White had a goal and three assists to lead Shippensburg to a 6-0 win against East Stroudsburg in non-conference game on Saturday afternoon.

The Warriors playing just 14 hours after a 6-5 win against Mansfield on Friday night, were unable to get their offense going against the defending national runner-ups. Shippensburg held ESU to two shots and just one on goal in posting its fourth shutout of the season.

Ship led 2-0 at halftime on goals by Jamie Levy and Katie Pufnock, who entered the game at the Lady Raiders' top scorer with eight goals this season.

No. 5 Indiana (Pa.) 4, No. 7 Kutztown 3 OT
INDIANA, PA - Jillian Duld scored the game-winning goal five minutes into overtime as the Crimson Hawks defeated Kutztown 4-3 on Saturday afternoon.

IUP found themselves down early when Jenna Gregory scored just three minutes into the game, but Anouk Sickmandrilled a game-tying goal eight minutes later. The Golden Bears would once again gain the upper hand with 11:09 left in the first half when Jamie Koenig scored off of Elly Skinner's second assist of the day. The lead would not stand for long, however, as Sickman set up Shannon Sullivan for the goal. Kutztown would again take the lead just before the half when Emily Labowitz scored off of a Gregory assist.

Trailing at the half, the Crimson Hawks came out strong to begin the second and knotted the game at 3-3 when Hannah Zeiber scored her first career goal off of an Erin Shirk assist. The IUP defense was stellar in the second half, allowing just five shots in the period.

Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.