No. 2 Duke men re­bound against Jack­sonville

Penn State men score 27 goals; Bos­ton Col­lege women open with win

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - COLLEGE LACROSSE -

Led by Joe Robert­son’s five goals, No. 2 Duke re­bounded from Wed­nes­day’s stun­ning loss to High Point with a 15-8 de­ci­sion over host Jack­sonville in men’s lacrosse Satur­day.

The Blue Devils held the host Dol­phins score­less for the fi­nal 22:47.

Brian Smyth pro­vided a big spark for the Blue Devils (2-1), win­ning 17-of-23 draws and scor­ing a pair of goals. He also picked up 14 ground balls, match­ing his sea­son high.

Evan Tyler led all Jack­sonville play­ers with three goals, while Eric Ap­ple­gate added a goal and three as­sists.

De­fen­sively, Duke limited the Dol­phins to six shots in the fourth quar­ter and only 12 in the en­tire sec­ond half.

NO. 8 DEN­VER 11, AIR FORCE 4: Fresh­man El­lis Geis had a hat trick in his first col­le­giate game to lead the host Pi­o­neers (1-0) past the Fal­cons (0-1). Brett Boos won 15 of 19 face­offs for Den­ver. The Pi­o­neers opened with a 5-0 run.

NO. 9 PENN STATE 27, ROBERT MOR­RIS 10: The host Nit­tany Li­ons broke the school’s 43-year-old goals record that was set in 1976 in a 26-5 win at Lafayette.

Fif­teen playes scored and 17 had at least a point for Penn State (2-0).

NO. 12 RUT­GERS 19, ST. JOHN’S 15: Kieran Mullins had six goals and three as­sists to lead the vis­it­ing Scar­let Knights (2-0) past the Red Storm (0-1). Rut­gers trailed 2-0 in the first quar­ter be­fore go­ing on a 5-0 run that spanned the first and sec­ond quar­ters.

HOF­S­TRA 4, NO. 13 LE­HIGH 3: The vis­it­ing Pride (1-0) went on a 3-0 run in the fourth quar­ter to beat the Moun­tain Hawks (1-1). Ryan Tier­ney scored the game-ty­ing goal with 11:43 left to play and Matt El­der had the game-win­ner with 1:42 re­main­ing.

NO. 15 NORTH CAROLINA 14, FURMAN 10: Se­nior Andy Matthews (Gil­man) recorded a ca­reer-high five as­sists and fresh­man Zachary Tucci won the sixth most face­offs in a game in UNC his­tory as the Tar Heels (2-0) held off the vis­it­ing Pal­adins (0-2).

The Tar Heels built a six-goal lead early in the third quar­ter be­fore the Pal­adins pulled back within three goals mid­way through the third pe­riod. UNC re­sponded with five straight goals to gain its big­gest lead of the game at 14-6 be­fore the Pal­adins ended the game on a four-goal run.

Alex Trippi led the Tar Heels with three goals, the first hat trick of his ca­reer. Tan­ner Cook, Wil­liam Perry, Brian Cameron and Ara Atayan each had two goals for the Tar Heels while Timmy Kelly (Calvert Hall), Nicky Solomon and Ja­cob Kelly (Calvert Hall) each scored.

NO. 16 OHIO STATE 17, BOS­TON U. 10: Jack Jasin­ski had five goals and Tre Le­claire had four goals to lead the host Buck­eyes (2-0) past the Ter­ri­ers (1-1).

ARMY 12, NO. 18 MAS­SACHUSETTS 11, OT: AJ Bar­retto (St. Paul’s) had a ca­reer­high 17 saves and Bren­dan Nichtern scored the game-win­ner 26 sec­onds into the over­time to lift the vis­it­ing Black Knights (1-0) over the Min­ute­men (0-1).

NO. 19 GEORGETOWN 13, SA­CRED HEART 10: Jake Car­raway (St. Mary’s) and Daniel Bu­caro scored three goals each to lead the host Hoyas (1-0) past the Pi­o­neers (0-1).

NO. 20 MICHI­GAN 10, CLEVE­LAND STATE 8: Alex Buck­anav­age had three goals and two as­sists to lead the Wolver­ines (1-0) past the host Vik­ings (0-2).


NO. 1 BOS­TON COL­LEGE 20, BOS­TON U. 6: Ken­zie Kent had five goals and four as­sists to lead the host Ea­gles (1-0) past the Ter­ri­ers (0-1). B.C. led 11-4 in the first half.

NO. 3 NORTH CAROLINA 18, NO. 4 JAMES MADI­SON 7: The host Tar Heels (1-0) scored nine goals per half to beat the Dukes (0-1). Jamie Ortega had five goals for Carolina.

NO. 6 FLORIDA 16, NO. 18 COLORADO 9: Grace Haus (Notre Dame Prep), Lind­sey Ron­beck and Shan­non Ka­vanagh each scored four goals to lead the Ga­tors (1-0) past the host Buf­faloes (0-1). Florida’s de­fense held Colorado to 24 per­cent shoot­ing and forced 13 turnovers.

NO. 11 VIR­GINIA TECH 14, BUCKNELL 4: Emma Crooks had four goals to lead the host Hok­ies (1-0) past the Bi­son (0-1). Vir­ginia Tech took an 8-1 lead in the first half.

NO. 19 DUKE 19, VIL­LANOVA 9: The host Blue Devils (1-0) scored eight goals in the first 12 min­utes and beat the Wild­cats (0-1). Char­lotte North scored three of her game­high five goals in the first five min­utes for Duke. Cather­ine Cor­drey had four goals and Olivia Jen­ner (McDonogh) had three goals for the Blue Devils.

NO. 20 SOUTH­ERN CAL­I­FOR­NIA 15, HOF­S­TRA 10: The host Tro­jans (1-0) used a 10-5 run in the sec­ond half to pull away from the Pride (0-1). The game was tied 5-5 in the first half. Katie Ram­say led USC with a hat trick.

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