Rob Pannell had two goals and an assist to become No. 2 host
Pannell got the record-breaking point on his assist of a Steve Mock (four goals) strike just 51 seconds into the fourth quarter, giving the Big Red a 7-2 lead. It was his 297th point, moving him one clear of Mike French (296; 1974-76) as the all-time leader. With his two goals on the day, he also moved past French's teammate Jon Levine (1974-76) on the all-time career goals list, taking over fifth place with 124.
Greg Dutton (Calvert Hall) made 13 saves for Ohio State.
Drexel opened the third overtime with a man advantage, but all three shots the Dragons took went wide.
Robert Church set up McIntosh for the game-winner. His shot from the left side shot past Hofstra goalkeeper Chris Selva and gave Drexel its fifth come-from-behind win of the season. The Pride entered the game as the top-ranked scoring defense in the nation.
Syracuse led 10-9 with 7:56 left in the game. Villanova's Jack Rice (Boys' Latin) scored the game-tying goal with 2:51 left and Tim Mulrenan had the game-winner seven seconds later. John Kluh (St. Mary's) led Villanova with a hat trick. Kevin Rice had two goals and an assist for Syracuse.
Air Force at No. 7 Denver, postponed: The game between the host
Both teams are coming off losses on March 16 at the Whitman's Sampler Mile Hile Classic. Host Denver lost in overtime to No. 5
Duke has won five straight and tallied its second consecutive 19-goal game. The Blue Devils beat Marist, 19-11, Monday.
The Blue Devils opened the game with four straight goals. A pair of three-goal spurts in the second quarter scored around two Georgetown markers gave Duke a 10-3 lead at intermission.
In the opening half, Duke had nine players score, with Josh Dionne recording a team-best two goals.
St. Joseph's scored one goal in each of the third and fourth quarters.
No. 20 Bucknell 18, No. 19
Bucknell scored 14 goals in the final 14:12 to claim its seventh straight victory.
North Carolina built a 12-3 lead in the first half. Mikaela Rix had five goals and Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) had four for Boston College.
No. 5 Duke 13, No. 9