Kevin McGeary assisted on the game-tying goal and scored the game-winner as host Pennsylvania men's lacrosse won a come-from-behind victory and upset No. 1 Duke , 10-9, Saturday.
The Quakers (2-1) trailed 9-6 in the fourth quarter before McGeary started a 4-0 run. He assisted on Simon Mathias' game-tying goal with 3:07 left before scoring the game-winner seven second later.
It was Penn 's only lead of the day, and it turned out to be enough. The Blue Devils (4-1) had a chance to tie in the final minute, but lost control of the ball behind the goal in the waning seconds and could not get a final shot.
The Quakers have hosted Duke three times at Franklin Field, and won all...