launched itself to a 7-2 lead early in the second quarter, but No. 3
outscored the Quakers (1-5, 0-2
) 8-0 in the final period to win, 16-11, Saturday at Franklin Field.
After entering the fourth trailing 11-8, the Big Red (6-1, 2-0) evened the game four minutes in and took the lead for good when Steve Mock scored with 8:10 to play.
Freshman goalie Ryan LaPlante had 12 saves for the visiting
(5-3, 1-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) in their win over the Falcons (3-4, 0-2).
Denver used a 6-2 run in the second quarter to take the lead before halftime.
No. 9 Lehigh 12, Holy Cross 3:
The host Mountain Hawks (9-1, 2-0 Patriot League) took a 4-0 lead in the first quarter to beat the Crusaders (4-5, 0-3) for their school-record eighth straight win. Lehigh has the most wins in the nation.
Robert Rotanz had four goals to lead the visiting Blue Devils (7-3) to their first road win over the Hoyas (4-3).
In the second quarter, Duke went on a 5-0 run to lead 8-3 at halftime.
Alex Capretta ended the longest game in both schools' history with a goal 2:21 in the fifth overtime, giving the Tigers (5-2, 2-0 Ivy) a win over the Bulldogs (2-4, 0-2).
Capretta scored two goals and added an assist in the fourth quarter as Princeton built two three-goal leads, including 9-6 with 3:35 to go.
Yale got the equalizer from Greg Mahony with 21 seconds to go.
Princeton spent its final timeout in the fifth overtime and off the restart, Tucker Shanley faked left and passed it back to Capretta for the final score.
Alyssa Murray recorded seven goals to lead the
) to a win over the host Huskies (6-2, 0-1). Seven players scored for Syracuse.
Abbey Friend's free-position goal with 7:45 to play broke an 8-all tie and lifted the visiting Tar Heels (10-1, 2-0
) over the Eagles (5-5, 1-2).
Freshmen Nora Barry and Shannon Gilroy combined for seven points to help lead the visiting Gators (10-2, 1-0 American Lacrosse Conference) past the Buckeyes (7-2, 0-1).
The visiting Cardinals (2-6, 0-1 Big East) took a 5-1 lead with 17:34 left to play in the first half, but the Irish (7-0, 1-0) went on a 9-0 run and held Louisville scoreless for 23:09 to retake the lead.
The Blue Devils (8-4, 2-1 ACC) lost an 8-5 halftime lead as the visiting Cavaliers (6-4, 1-2) outscored Duke with nine goals in the second half.
After the visiting Lions (1-6, 0-4 Ivy) scored the opening goal just over a minute into the contest, the Big Green (6-1, 2-0) had 15 straight goals over the next 37 minutes.
No. 9 Penn 11, No. 18 Cornell 10: