The host Tar Heels (4-1) took a 3-2 lead after the first quarter, before the Mountain Hawks (4-1) stepped up in the second to tie the score, 5-5, at halftime.
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Joey Sankey led the Heels with three goals.
Delaware 13, No. 5 Villanova 9: The visiting Wildcats (3-1) jumped out to a 6-1 lead in the first fifteen minutes, but the Blue Hens (3-3) answered with a big run in the middle of the game.
The Blue Hens, led by Andrew Tanneberger with four goals, outscored Villanova 9-1 in the second and third quarters.
The victory was the Blue Hens' first over Villanova since an 8-4 win March 22, 2008.
No. 3 Cornell 18, Army 7: Steve Mock scored all five of his goals in the second quarter as the Big Red (2-0) took a 6-2 lead and never looked back. All three starting attackmen were credited with six points. Rob Pannell had a goal and five assists for Cornell. The Black Knights fell to 2-3.
No. 6 Massachusetts 12, Brown 7: The visiting Minutemen (4-0) led from start to finish, getting three goals from Anthony Biscardi and Art Kell, at Meister-Kavan Field.
Parker Brown had four goals for the Bears (1-1).
No. 8 Penn State 5, No. 11 Ohio State 2: Matthew Mackrides scored twice and the visiting Nittany Lions (3-1) beat the Buckeyes (3-2) to capture the inaugural Creator's Trophy.
The award is given to one of three Big 10 teams, Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan, for a 2-0 record against the other programs. Penn State beat Michigan, 16-9, on Feb. 18.
No. 9 Notre Dame 6, Drexel 5: Sean Rogers tallied the game winner with 4:42 left in the game for the visiting Fighting Irish (2-1).
After falling behind 2-0 eight minutes into the contest, the Notre Dame held the Dragons (1-3) scoreless for the next 33:27 and went on a 4-0 run with five minutes left in the third quarter.
No. 1 Northwestern 15, Oregon 2: The host Wildcats (4-0) outshot the Ducks (2-3), 35-7, in their home opener.
No. 2 North Carolina 15, No. 8 Penn 7: The host Heels (6-0) stayed perfect as Abbey Friend had four goals and Laura Zimmerman and Emily Garrity each had hat tricks. Caroline Bunting scored twice for the Quakers (1-1).
No. 3 Duke 12, No. 7 Princeton 9: Freshman Kerrin Maurer totaled a career-high four goals and an assist to power the visiting Blue Devils (5-2) past the Tigers (1-2).
Syracuse 12, No. 5 Florida 11, 2OT: Katie Webster scored a goal 45 seconds into the second overtime period to give the visiting Orange (2-2) the upset over the Gators (4-2).
Kirkland Locey won the opening draw of the second overtime and passed the ball to Bridget Daley on the left side. Daley fed Webster for the game-winner.
No. 9 Vanderbilt 15, Stanford 9: Ally Carey and Hannah Clark had two goals and two assists each, and the visiting Commodores (2-1) scored 12 goals in the second half.
Emille Boeri had two goals and two assists for the Cardinal (1-4).
No. 10 Dartmouth 9, Yale 8: Sarah Plumb's sixth goal broke a tie with 2:12 left in the game to lift the host Big Green (2-0, 1-0 Ivy League) over the Bulldogs (1-1, 0-1).