No. 14 Virginia 13, Stony Brook 7: The visiting Cavaliers (3-0) defeated the Seawolves (1-2) behind five goals from Mark Cockerton.
Virginia led just 6-5 entering halftime but shut down Stony Brook in the second half.
Matt White had three goals and three assists for the Cavaliers and surpassed 100 points for his career.
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Drexel 20, No. 15 Albany 19: Despite nine points from Lyle Thompson, the Great Danes (1-1) were upset by the host Dragons (1-1).
Albany was up 7-1 at the end of the first quarter before Drexel went on a 9-4 scoring run.
The Great Danes scored with 18 seconds remaining to pull within one, but their final shot of the game missed.
No. 17 Ohio State 18, Marquette 8: The Golden Eagles (0-1) dropped their first game in program history to the host Buckeyes (3-0).
Ohio State went up 3-0 early and scored six straight goals in the second half.
Carter Brown scored a game-high four goals for the Buckeyes.
Princeton started four freshmen and scored just one goal in the first 13 minutes. Mike MacDonald led the visitors with three goals.
Hofstra took a 3-1 lead in the first 8:42 but scored only four goals the rest of the game.
Air Force 10, Canisius 8: Keith Dreyer had a hat trick for the Falcons (3-1) as they beat the Golden Griffins (0-1) in the first game of the Face-Off Classic.
The two teams were tied at halftime before Air Force pulled away in the second half. The Falcons won 15 of 21 faceoffs in the game.
Drexel 11, No. 11 Pennsylvania 8: The host Dragons (3-0) jumped to a 5-2 halftime lead and held on to upset the Quakers (0-1).
Kelli Joran and Kelly Palace each had a hat trick for Drexel, which beat Penn for the first time since 1993.
The Quakers were within 9-8 with seven minutes remaining before the Dragons scored two goals to seal the win.
No. 13 Dartmouth 8, Oregon 7, 2OT: Liz Calby scored with 1:03 left in the second overtime period to lift the Big Green (1-0) to a win over the host Ducks (0-1).
Dartmouth's Frances Bird tied the game with 9:08 left in regulation, and neither team scored in the first overtime.
Hana Bowers had a hat trick for Dartmouth, and Nikki Puszcz and Sam Kiser led Oregon with two goals each.
No. 14 Massachusetts 18, New Hampshire 9: The Minutewomen (3-1) used a four-goal run at the end of the first half to defeat the host Wildcats (0-2).
Nine players scored for UMass. New Hampshire never led in the game.
Ohio State 15, No. 18 Boston College 8: The Buckeyes (2-1) scored 10 of the game's first 12 goals and defeated the visiting Eagles (2-1).
Ohio State was up 8-2 at halftime, but Boston College went on a 6-1 second-half run to keep it close. The Buckeyes rallied to score the game's last four goals.
Mikaela Rix and Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) scored three goals each for the Eagles.