Goalie Megan Corliss (Archbishop Carroll), who graduates as the all-time saves leader in program history, had 11 saves in goal.
Nora McGuire had two goals for St. Joseph's (5-10, 1-8).
Temple finished its season with a 13-7 loss to No. 16 Massachusetts at Ambler Field.
Jackie Mercer (Washington Township) scored twice for the Owls (9-8, 3-4 Atlantic Ten), who missed the conference tournament.
Three-time defending champion UMass (16-1, 7-0) will be the No. 1 seed in the A-10 tourney at Richmond. Duquesne (12-5, 5-2) is seeded second and the host Spiders (9-7, 5-2) are third. George Washington (10-6, 4-3) is seeded fourth.
Katelyn Haas (Lower Moreland) scored four goals to lead Penn State Abington (4-8) past NYIT (3-10) by a 9-5 score in Utica, N.Y.
Lindsey Kovar scored three goals to lead Drexel (11-5, 4-3 CAA) past Old Dominion, (4-13, 1-6) by a 10-4 score at Vidas Field. Alyse Maiden (Washington Township) and Charlotte Wood (Conestoga) each scored twice.
Drexel went 2-0 this weekend to secure a spot in the CAA tournament, scheduled at Towson next weekend.
SOFTBALL:Maddison Timoteo slugged a grand slam and Paige Collings added a three-run shot as Drexel dumped North Carolina Wilmington, 12-2, in a Colonial Athletic Association softball game at the Dragons' field.
Hillary Allen (Bordentown) won her 10th game of the season in a cold, steady rain, and with Drexel (20-22, 5-9) leading by 10 after 41/2 innings, the game was called because of the eight-run rule.
UNCW fell to 8-38, 3-12.
MEN'S TENNIS: Top-seeded Concordia defeated third- seeded Philadelphia, 5-1, in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference championship in Bronxville, N.Y.
Philadelphia's lone win came in No. 2 doubles as Kyle Burke and Ryan Christopher (Pottsgrove) defeated Concordia's Andreas Lindell and David Tisserand, 8-6.
Lindell and Tisserand had won 181 consecutive CACC matches, dating back to a loss to Chestnut Hill in April 2010.
Christopher and Burke made the all-tournament team, along with Yoann Pham of Chestnut Hill.
MEN'S GOLF: Penn won the Navy Spring Invitational at Naval Academy Golf Course in Annapolis, Md., finishing 4 shots ahead of George Washington in difficult conditions, including cold rain and a stiff wind.
The Quakers combined to shoot a 593 for the weekend, led by tournament medalist Max Marsisco, who carded a 143, after a final-round total of 70. Teammate Scott Williams also shot a 70.
La Salle sophomore Mike Johnson (Hatboro-Horsham) finished fifth overall in the field of 111 golfers with a 74-75-149.
Villanova was fifth in the field of 20 teams, combining to score 609.