Junior midfielder Jim Kennedy's career-high six points (three goals, three assists) led No. 12 Massachusetts to an 11-8 win over No. 7 Brown yesterday in men's lacrosse.
Kennedy scored or assisted on each of the Minutemen's first four goals as UMass built a 4-2 lead in the first quarter. Brown (7-6) closed to within 4-3 early in the second quarter before the Minutemen (7-5) scored four unanswered goals to take an 8-3 lead in the third quarter.
With just over three minutes remaining in the game, Brown completed a 5-2 run to move within two goals. But Brendan Glass sealed the win for the Minutemen with his fourth goal with 2: 09 left.
Princeton 16, Hobart 6: Behind a career-high eight goals from sophomore attackman Jesse Hubbard, the No. 1 Tigers (11-1) finished the regular season with their 10th straight win.
Hubbard's eight goals tied him for the second-highest single-game total in school history.
Hobart (5-7) led 2-1 early, but Princeton ran off six straight goals for an 8-3 halftime lead. Hubbard then scored all four of the Tigers third-quarter goals to push Princeton's lead to 12-5.
Harvard 13, Dartmouth 10: The No. 6 Crimson (10-2, 5-1 Ivy League) got four goals and an assist from Jim Bevilacqua on the way to its seventh straight victory. Dartmouth (6-6, 2-4) was led by Scott Hapgood and John Whelan with four goals apiece.
Notre Dame 13, Ohio State 4: The No. 11 Irish (9-3, 4-0 Great Western League) used five first-quarter goals in securing their fifth straight league title with a win over the Buckeyes (5-8, 1-3). Burke Hayes and Chris Dusseau each had three goals for Notre Dame, which outshot Ohio State, 47-21.
Army 18, Rutgers 11: Brian Pavlick scored a career-high five goals as No. 15 Army (10-4) defeated No. 20 Rutgers (5-9) for its fifth consecutive win. Senior Rob Manning eclipsed the 50-point mark for the season with three goals and three assists for Army. Matt Elzer and Matt Kopley combined for six goals to pace Rutgers.
Georgetown 14, Lehigh 6: Doug Meehan scored three goals and added an assist and Peter Velepec contributed three goals as the No. 19 Hoyas (8-5) defeated Lehigh (5-9) at Goodman Stadium.
Ahead 4-3, Georgetown closed out the first half by outscoring the Engineers, 4-0, to take an 8-3 lead at halftime and used three more goals to open the second half to jump ahead 11-3.
Washington College 17, Western Maryland 9: Bart Jaeger scored six goals, five in the first half, as Washington College (11-4, 6-0) won its first Centennial Conference championship. Bo Schrott led the Green Terror (10-5, 3-3) with four goals.
Pub Date: 5/05/96