Chris Bocklet tied a career-high with six goals to power the top-ranked Virginia men's lacrosse team past host No. 18 Mount St. Mary's, 17-5, on Tuesday.
The Cavaliers (4-0) are 10-0 all time against the Mount (1-1), and Bocklet's six goals are the most scored by any Cavalier against the Mount.
Bocklet opened the scoring at the 13:04 mark and Daniel Stranix evened it with 10:47 left in the first quarter. Virginia went on a 9-0 run that spanned two quarters and led 11-2 at halftime. Steele Stanwick (Loyola) had two goals and two assists for Virginia. Stranix and Brett Schmidt each scored twice for the Mount.
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Albright 12, Hood 11: The host Blazers (1-3) built a first-half lead but were upended by a 6-2 third-quarter rally by the Lions (1-0). Corey Roberts had a hat trick for Hood. Phil Potter scored four goals for Albright.
CCBC-Essex 18, Notre Dame (Md.) 10: The host Knights (1-0) broke a 36-game losing streak that dated to 2005. Julie Hofmann (Mercy) had six goals in coach Kerri Loechner's first victory. CCBC-Essex did not field a women's lacrosse team from 2006 to 2008.
No. 3 Cornell 17, Binghamton 12: Reigning National Player of the Year Rob Pannell had a career-high 10 goals as the host Big Red (1-0) beat the Bearcats (1-1). He scored two goals in six seconds in the first quarter, the fastest in program history. Ryan Hurley scored twice over seven seconds against Canisius in 2008. Binghamton hung around for three quarters until Cornell went on a 6-2 run in the fourth to close the game.
No. 13 Harvard 14, Holy Cross 9: Jeff Cohen scored his 100th career goal, finishing with five, to lead the visiting Crimson (2-0) past the Crusaders (1-2). Cohen is sixth on Harvard's all-time list with 101 career scores. Harvard is 2-0 for the first time since 2009 and 29-0 all time against the Crusaders.
Lehigh 10, No. 15 Penn 4: The host Quakers are off to an 0-2 start. No. 10 Duke beat Penn, 12-8, on Friday. David DiMaria had two goals and three assists to lead the Mountain Hawks (3-1).
No. 20 Fairfield 10, Hofstra 9, 3OT: Brent Adams scored his second goal and the game-winner just under two minutes into the third overtime as the host Stags (3-0) beat the Pride (1-2). Fairfield trailed 9-8 when John Snellman scored with 4:23 left in regulation to force overtime.