Rob Warren scored his fifth goal -- 1: 28 into the second overtime -- as No. 15 Penn State edged visiting Delaware, 17-16, yesterday in men's lacrosse. Jason Rickel sent the game into overtime by scoring with three seconds left in regulation for the Nittany Lions (10-3).
Penn State led 7-3 early in the second quarter when Chris Killoren scored. Delaware (6-7) stormed back and scored the first four goals of the third quarter to take a 12-9 advantage.
The Fighting Blue Hens led for the final 26 minutes of regulation and built a 16-13 lead when Sean Carney scored 3 1/2 minutes into the fourth quarter. But Penn State went on a 3-0 run to tie the game at 16-16.
Salisbury State 26, Western Maryland 5: Jason Coffman had five goals and five assists to lift Salisbury State (13-0), ranked No. 1 in Division III, over visiting Western Maryland (10-3).
The Sea Gulls completed their fourth straight undefeated regular season and their fifth in the last six years. Salisbury State has won 64 regular-season games and extended their overall winning streak to 46.
Brown 16, Cornell 7: Brian McNally scored all of his four goals in the first half to pace No. 7 Brown (7-5) over host Cornell (3-9). Bears attackman David Evans scored three goals to move into second place on Brown's all-time goal-scoring list.
Bucknell 21, Lafayette 5: Allan Donnelly had three goals and four assists to help No. 9 Bucknell (12-0) crush host Lafayette (2-10) to finish as the only undefeated team in Division I.
Harvard 22, Holy Cross 6: Mike Eckert posted seven assists as No. 10 Harvard (9-2) cruised past visiting Holy Cross (4-9).
Duke 20, Hobart 5: John Fay scored a school-record nine goals as No. 14 Duke (6-6) toppled visiting and No. 20 Hobart (5-6).
Yale 16, Penn 15: Bob Berls had eight goals and two assists as No. 17 Yale (7-5) defeated visiting Penn (4-7).
Hofstra 10, Drexel 7: Brian Langtry scored three second-half goals to lead No. 18 Hofstra (7-4) to a comeback victory over visiting Drexel (2-9).
Washington College 15, Washington & Lee 5: Justin McCarthy had four goals and one assist as Washington College (9-4) defeated host Washington & Lee (8-5).
Pub Date: 4/28/96