No. 1 Duke cruises past No. 3 UNC, 19-9

The Baltimore Sun

Zack Greer's four-goal performance pushed him to the top of Duke's all-time list as the top-ranked Blue Devils defeated third-ranked North Carolina, 19-9, yesterday in front of an announced 4,008 at Koskinen Stadium in Durham, N.C.

Greer's four goals give him a school-record 160 in his career. He entered yesterday's game tied for the top spot in Duke history with Dave Hagler and Peter Rubin. Greer now ranks third in Atlantic Coast Conference history and 13th all time in the NCAA.

The Blue Devils (7-0, 2-0 ACC) have won seven consecutive games and 11 of their past 14. The Tar Heels fell to 5-1 overall and 0-1 in league play.

No. 6 Navy 16, Holy Cross 3 -- Tim Paul had a hat trick, and the Mids (6-1, 3-0 Patriot League) held the Crusaders (3-3, 0-3) scoreless in the first half at the Ford Patriot Cup at Texas Stadium. Navy gave up two shots in the first half and didn't surrender a goal until the 12:03 mark of the third quarter.

No. 13 Loyola 11, St. John's 8 -- The visiting Greyhounds (3-2) scored nine first-half goals and held on to defeat the Red Storm (0-5). Cooper MacDonnell had three goals and an assist for Loyola. The Greyhounds scored only twice in the second half.

Canisius 11, Mount St. Mary's 7 -- The visiting Golden Griffins (1-3, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) scored six-straight to beat the Mount (0-5, 0-1). Mount St. Mary's Dan Mohr had a career-high five points on three goals and two assists.

Washington College 12, Muhlenberg 11, OT -- Casey O'Connor (Archbishop Spalding) scored the game-winning goal with 42 seconds left in the extra session for the visiting Shoremen (6-0, 1-0 Centennial Conference). The Mules (2-2, 0-1) led 11-10 with 2:04 left, but Chris Read (Boys' Latin) scored the tying goal with 52 seconds left in regulation to force overtime.

Widener 9, McDaniel 8, OT -- Luke Weber scored with 55 seconds remaining in overtime to lift the host Pioneers (2-3) over the Green Terror (2-2).

Wooster 7, Goucher 6, OT -- Matt Pullara scored on a fast break 11 seconds into overtime to lift the Fighting Scots (4-0) over the Gophers (3-1). The loss ended Goucher's six-game winning streak.

Villa Julie 15, Mary Washington 9 -- Nicola Bevacqua scored five goals for the visiting Mustangs, who scored five of the first six goals of the game.

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