Trailing 8-6 in the third quarter, the Minutemen scored five straight goals to pull away from Hawks and extend their winning streak to three.
The Minutemen outscored the River Hawks 4-0 in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback and earn their second straight win .
The Minutemen were outscored 7-1 in the second quarter, falling 17-8 to the Great Danes.
After scoring two goals in season opener, the Minutemen look for offensive rebound.
The Minutemen struggled to create scoring chances and could not convert on the opportunities they did create.
After a rocky first quarter, the Minutemen settled down and beat the Nittany Lions to earn back-to-back wins over ranked opponents.
The Bears erupted for nine first half goals as the Minutemen dropped their third game of the season.
With three senior defensemen, the Minutemen will look to its defense to lead them to pave the way in 2016.
The Minutemen travel to West Point this Friday to take on the Black Knights after falling to them in 12-7 in the 2015 season opener.
After tearing his ACL prior to last season, the Isenberg student has become one of the top offensive threats for the Minutemen in 2015.
The Minutemen knocked off Drexel 12-9 in their first game at Garber Field since last season, as coach Greg Cannella picked up a victory in his 300th career game at the helm.
The Minutemen returned to Garber Field for the first time this season and put themselves in better position to make the CAA tournament in their crucial conference win over Drexel Saturday.
Currently ranked fifth in the CAA, the Minutemen look to improve their chances of moving themselves into playoff position against the Dragons.
Despite a fourth quarter run, early missed opportunities prevented the Minutemen from earning their first win of 2015 Saturday.
The redshirt sophomore is third on the team in points with five, despite missing all of last season due to a preseason injury.