WASHINGTON, Pa. -- Sophomore Devin Colegrove and freshman Spenser Love combined to score nine points, including five goals, to help power Frostburg State to a 15-8 win against Washington & Jefferson on Wednesday.

Eleven different players registered a point as the Bobcats won for the second consecutive game and pushed their record to 6-2.

The game was decided when FSU scored seven consecutive goals during parts of the third and fourth quarters.

Frostburg clung to a 7-6 lead following a pair of third-quarter scores from the host Presidents (3-4). The Bobcats then rattled off seven in a row as Colegrove registered all five of his points (two goals and three assists) during the outburst.

W&J, which lost for the third consecutive game, rebounded from an early 1-0 hole with four goals late in the first. The Bobcats answered with a 5-0 run that earned them a 6-4 lead at halftime.

Love finished with three goals and one assist, while Ryan Serio had one goal and two assists. Love and Colegrove tied for the team lead with six ground balls.

Billy Lark posted a 55.5 win percentage on 10 of 18 faceoffs, while Tyler Haines needed just seven saves for the win.

W&J was led in scoring by Joseph Eck with three goals and one assist. Conor Crowe stopped 19 saves in the loss before being relieved by Jacob Succop with five minutes left.

The Bobcats held a 52-21 advantage in shots, their third-highest shot total of the season. FSU also led 43-26 in ground balls and 14-11 in faceoffs. Frostburg was 4-for-4 on extra-man opportunities.