Penn was down 6-3 heading into the final quarter but got goals from Alex Blonsky, Nick Doktor and Isaac Bock to tie the score with 4:43 to play. Harvard regained the lead with 2:05 left on a goal by Ian Ardrey, but Tim Schwalje finished a feed from Mark Leonhard with 55seconds left to tie the score at 7. The Quakers then gained possession to end regulation but could not finish.
No. 20 Drexel 15, Massachusetts 14: Ben McIntosh scored five goals and Cal Winkelman made three saves down the stretch, including one in the final seconds, for the visiting Dragons (9-3, 4-1 Colonial Athletic Association).
The victory clinched a berth in the conference playoffs.
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No. 11 Stony Brook 16, New Hampshire 6: Demianne Cook scored five goals to power the Seawolves (12-2, 4-0 America East) to their seventh straight win, a school record.
The Wildcats fell to 4-9, 1-3.
Neither team scored in the opening six minutes. Then Cook was awarded a free-position shot after being fouled by Casey Doyle. The senior scored to give the Seawolves a 1-0 lead.
No. 13 Princeton 11, Harvard 9: Mary-Kate Sivilli had four points (three goals, one assist) and the host Tigers (8-4, 5-0) clinched a spot in the Ivy League tournament.
The Crimson fell to 2-9, 1-4. Sam Ellis had a hat trick and Erin McMunn (Winters Mill) scored twice.
Ten of the game's 20 goals were scored on free-position attempts.