Pehlke paces No. 1 Virginia past Duke

THE BALTIMORE SUN

DURHAM, N.C. -- Kevin Pehlke scored four goals and tw assists, as top-ranked Virginia (4-0, 1-0) defeated Duke (2-2, 0-2), 14-10, in an Atlantic Coast Conference men's lacrosse game.

Virginia trailed, 3-2, after the first quarter, but rallied for six unanswered goals in the second period to take control of the game.

Andy Krauss, Perry Frazer and Gabby Roe each added two goals, and Rob Falk had three assists for the Cavaliers.

Duke was led by David Aherne's three goals and Joe Mattassa's two.

Virginia 2 6 1 5 -- 14

Duke..3 0 4 3 -- 10

Goals: V--Pehlke 4, Krauss 2, Frazer 2, Roe 2, Falk, Florin Glyphis, Carruthers; D--Aherne, Mattassa, Arrix, Donovan, McCullough, Elson, Schmalz. Assists: V--Falk 3, Pehlke 2, Appelt 2; D--Arrix, Donovan, McCullough, Mattassa. Saves: V--Groeninger 19; D--Hertzberg 24.

North Carolina 19, Adelphi 8

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- John Webster's four goals led No. 2 North Carolina (4-0) over Adelphi. The Tar Heels led throughout, jumping out to 6-2 first quarter lead.

Carolina also got solid performances from Craig Hasslinger, Michael Thomas, Dennis Goldstein and Steve Speers, each of whom scored two goals.

Adelphi 2 2 1 3 -- 8

North Carolina 6 5 2 6 -- 19

Goals: A--Hall 2, Kort 2, Naglieri, Valchos 2, Aiello; NC--Hasslinge 2, Thomas 2, Webster 4, Goldstein 2, Buczek, S.Speers 2, Cornish, McNichol, Donnelly, Wade, J.Speers, Codd. Assists: A--Aiello, Naglieri, Hall, O'Brien; NC--Donnelly, Goldstein, Hasslinger, Webster, Thomas, Speers, Acee, Levy. Saves: A--Randby 20, LaValle 1; NC--Piazzi 8, Daye 1.

Yale 11, Georgetown 7

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Eric Zelko and Josh McHugh each scored three goals and had three assists, as No. 10 Yale (3-0) defeated Georgetown (1-1). Joe Walsh led the Hoyas with a goal and two assists.

Yale .. .. 5 2 3 1 -- 11

Georgetown 1 3 0 3 -- 7

Goals: Y--Zelko 3, McHugh 3, Dunn 2, Curran, Duxbury, Disimile G--Vettori, Brennan, Sprong, Madden, Michel, Noonan, Walsh. Assists: Y--Zelko 3, McHugh 3, Duxbury, Walter, Churchill, Simmers; G--Walsh 2, Sprong, Donahue. Saves: Y--Flaherty 4, Dressle 11, Suisman 1; G--Russi 8.

Salisbury State 24, Western Maryland 7

SALISBURY -- Eric Ungleich scored four goals and had four assists, and Rusty Pritzlaff had three goals and three assists, as Salisbury State (3-0) defeated Western Maryland (0-1).

Tory Kasemeyer scored three goals and Craig Wanner had three assists for Western Maryland.

Western Maryland 1 1 1 4 -- 7

Salisbury State 5 7 9 3 -- 24

Goals: WM--Kasemeyer 3, Hospelhorn 2, George, Stampp SS--Ungleich 4, Boyle 3, Morley 3, Pritzlaff 3, Modesitt 3, Berkman 2, Chenowith 2, Gallagher 2, Webb, Hohner. Assists: WM--Wanner 3; SS--Ungleich 4, Pritzlaff 3, Berkman 2, Scales, Esham, Boyle. Saves: WM--Lynch 11, Dentz 11; SS--Bentkowski 2, Sanders 2.

Notre Dame .. 0 2 4 -- 9

St. Mary's 1 1 5 5 -- 12

Goals: ND--Sullivan 3, Schirf 2, Lamb, Ahmuty, Sennett Mayglothing; MSM--Horning 3, Towns 3, Hoffman 2, Minn, Larkin, Gorelick, Stankiewicz. Assists: ND--Lamb 3, Sinder, Sullivan, Sutton; MSM--Towns 3, Rice 3, Hoffman, Murray. Saves: MSM--Moore 14.

Navy 8, Pennsylvania 7

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- Senior Dennis Nealon scored four goals, including the game-winner with 3 minutes, 19 seconds to go, as Navy edged Pennsylvania.

The Midshipmen, now 1-2 on the season, scored two goals in each period and held the Quakers scoreless for 15:30 in the first half and for the entire third period.

Navy led 6-4 after the third period but the Quakers (0-1) tied the game, 7-7, with 3:50 remaining as Rick Curi connected after a feed from Devin Beresheim. Nealon put in the game-winner just 31 seconds later on a feed from Gardner Smith in an extra-man situation.

Navy 2 2 2 2 -- 8

Penn 3 1 0 3 -- 7

Goals: N--Nealon 4, Miller 2, Fallace, Smith; P--Conforti 2 Lapitsky 2, Shoemaker, Taylor, Curi. Assists: N--Fallace 2, Nealon, Smith, Pawlikowski, Quinn; P--Beresheim 2, Conforti, Shoemaker, Hipps. Saves: N--Farrington 17; P--Lopez 17.

Springfield 16, Washington College 15

CHESTERTOWN -- Chris Holley scored a goal 1:21 into overtime to lift Springfield (1-0) over Washington College (1-2).

Springfield 3 5 5 2 1 -- 16

Washington Coll. 5 2 4 4 0 -- 15

Goals: S--Bayreuther 6, Clements 3, Felt 3, Riker 2, Dalicandro Holley; WC--Cronin 6, Rupert 4, Cooper 2, Lipinski 2, Semms. Assists: S--Clements 3, Felt 2, Dalicandro 2; WC--Simms 4, Knox, Blair Muneses, Jones. Saves: S--Tim Grant 15; WC--Dave Slomkowski 17.

Guilford 23, St. Mary's 15

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Dave Brown had eight goals and two assists, as Guilford (2-1) defeated St. Mary's (0-2).

St. Mary's 4 8 2 1 -- 15

Guilford 6 3 7 7 -- 23

Goals: SM--Moore 4, Lindsay 3, Welch 2, Jacobs, Dobbyn Remige, Carroll, Davis; G--Brown 8, Saums 4, Parker 3, Lang 3, Kittelberger 3, Varge, Bournan. Assists: SM--Moore 2, K. Remige 2, Davis, Hahn; G--Parker 5, Kittleberger 4, Saums 3, Brown 2, Lang 2, Bost, Whitehead, Tully. Saves: SM--unavailable; G--Roth 18.

Army 14, Delaware 9

WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Chris Prentice scored three goals, including two in a 7-0 Army run, as the host Cadets defeated visiting University of Delaware (1-2). It was the second straight loss for the Blue Hens.

Delaware 2 2 1 4 -- 9

Army 3 2 3 6 -- 14

Goals: D--Ellers 3, Stanziale 3, Moore, Wunder, Steigerwald; A--Prentice 3, Cahill 2, Wilcox 2, Allen 2, O'Brien, Waltz, Keneally, Gorman, McGuire. Assists: D--Ward 2, Moore. A--Heller 3, Cahill 2, Aguilar, Mandry. Saves: D--Burdick 17; A--Aguilar 15.

Catonsville 20, Wesley 10

DOVER, Del. -- Michael Hume had seven goals and three assists to lead Catonsville Community College (2-0) over Wesley.

Catonsville 4 5 8 3 -- 20

Wesley.. .. 0 2 1 7 -- 10

Goals: C--Hume 7, Ordakowski 3, Ives 3, Rose 2, Bushness 2 Koontz, Steller, Curreri; W--Pidomenicis 3, DesJordien 4, Govle, Bindle, Manbeck. Assists: C--Stiffler 4, Ives 3, Hume 3, Valentine 3, Curreri, Bushness, Baruah; W--Govle 2, Adkins. Saves: C--Momanier 10, Albert 6; W--Carnival 21.

Anne Arundel 17, Harford 5

BEL AIR -- Todd Reynolds scored six goals and Jason Fairman added four goals and four assists to lead Anne Arundel Community College (4-0) over Harford Community College (0-1).

Anne Arundel CC 7 2 4 4 -- 17

Harford CC 1 3 0 1 -- 5

Goals: AA--Reynolds 6, Fairman 4, Williams 2; Fox 2, DiMauro, Pearece, Zimmerman. HCC--Carr 2, Owen, McGovern, McCoy. Assists: AA--Fairman 4, Fox 2, DiMauro, Pearce, Zimmerman, Williams; HCC--Carr. Saves: AA--Brendan Lehane 8, Vic Goeller 3; HCC--David Deffinbaugh 7; Phoebus. 3.

Cornell 8, Harvard 7

ITHICA, N.Y. -- Tony Morgan's unassisted goal with 2:00 remaing lifted Cornell (3-0) to victory over Harvard (0-2). Harvard had tied the game with 3:25 remaining on a goal by Mike Porter.

fTC John Busse's three goals and one assist led Cornell.

Harvard 4 1 1 1 -- 7

Cornell 1 2 2 3 -- 8

Goals: H--Cavuoti 2, Porter 2, Chancy, O'Sullivan, Reilly C--Busse 3, Lando 2, McCarthy, Snow, Morgan. Assists: H--Cavuoti, Prusmack; C--Busse, McCarthy, Snow, Gaensbauer, Smith. Saves: H--Miller 20; C--Shea 16.

Cortland State 9, F&M; 8

LANCASTER, Pa. -- Senior attackman Rick Bennett scored six goals, as Cortland State (1-2) held on to beat Franklin & Marshall (0-3). Alex Hendrickson led F&M; with four goals and three assists.

Cortland State 1 3 5 0 -- 9

Franklin & Marshall 1 2 1 4 -- 8

Goals: CS--Bennett 6, Young 2, Ryan; FM--Hendrickson 4 Knectell, Fogg, Deyermond, Stitzer. Assists: CS--Young, Sauro, Wolters; FM--Hendrickson 3, Knectel, Greene. Saves: CS--Butt 20; FM--Button 13.

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