No. 4 Northwestern 12, No. 6 Duke 11: In a game in which neither team led by more than a goal until nearly two-thirds of the way through, the Wildcats (2-0) went on a 4-0 run midway through the second half and held on to beat the Blue Devils (3-1).
Northwestern has won 11 straight against Duke dating to 2006.
Kaleigh Craig led Northwestern with a career-best four goals. Sydney Peterson (Notre Dame Prep) led Duke with a hat trick.
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Covie Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep) scored six goals for Boston College.
No. 15 Notre Dame 8, No. 14 Stony Brook 7: Cortney Fortunato had four goals and the host Irish (2-1) withstood a late 3-0 run by the Seawolves (0-1).
Fortunato's fourth goal put Notre Dame up 8-4 lead with 20:55 left in the game.
No. 18 Stanford 14, Harvard 10: The Crimson (0-1) scored seven goals in the second half but fell to the Cardinal (2-0).
Alexis Nicolia and freshman Maria Romeo each had a hat trick.