No. 11 Denver picked up its second win of the season over a ranked opponent Saturday, upsetting No. 7 Lehigh, 18-10, in the second game of the Frontier Face-off Classic in Denver.

The first half had four ties and four lead changes, but the host Pioneers (2-1) pulled away in the fourth quarter.

They scored seven goals in the game's final period while holding the Mountain Hawks (2-1) to one fourth-quarter goal.

Freshman Gordie Koerber (Gilman) led Denver with four goals, while Wes Berg and Eric Law each had a hat trick. Dan Taylor had three goals and one assist for Lehigh.

The Mountain Hawks held a slim first-half lead after Taylor's back-to-back goals put them up 7-5.

The Pioneers tied the game at 7 early in the second half.

Neither team had led by more than two until Garret Holst scored his first goal of the season and put Denver up 12-9. The Pioneers added six more fourth-quarter goals to seal the victory.

No. 10 North Carolina 10, No. 18 Fairfield 9: The host Tar Heels (2-1) overcame a four-goal deficit in the second half to beat the Stags (2-1).

Marcus Holman (Gilman) had five goals for North Carolina, including the game-winner with 5:46 remaining. Three players scored two goals each for Fairfield.

The Tar Heels' R.G. Keenan won 13 of his 22 faceoffs and collected a game-high 10 ground balls.

No. 20 St. John's 10, No. 13 Yale 9: Kieran McArdle scored the game-winning goal with 59 seconds left as the host Red Storm (2-0) held off the Bulldogs (0-1).

McArdle had a hat trick for St. John's, which won despite being outshot 48-23.

Kirby Zdrill scored a career-high three goals for Yale.

No. 6 Colgate 13, Dartmouth 10: Peter Baum scored a game-high four goals as the Raiders (3-0) defeated the host Big Green (0-1).

Dartmouth was up 4-2 with 7:08 remaining in the first half before Colgate went on a 9-2 scoring run spanning more than half the game.

The Raiders defense caused 24 turnovers.

No. 8 UMass 8, Harvard 6: Seven players scored at least one goal for the Minutemen (3-0) as they beat the host Crimson (0-1).

Matt Whippen led UMass with two goals and has eight for the season. Alex White had a hat trick for Harvard.

Minutemen goalkeeper Zachary Oliveri had eight saves behind a defense that forced 17 Crimson turnovers.