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Thomas Flibotte scored the game-winner 2:15 into overtime as Bucknell upset No. 12 Brown 10-9, in men's lacrosse Tuesday.

The Bison improved to 6-2 and the Bears fell to 5-1.

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Bucknell's defense held the nation's highest-scoring team (17.6 goals per game) scoreless for the final 19:56.

The Bears' Kylor Bellistri had a chance to win the game on Brown's first possession in overtime, but his point-blank shot was stopped by Bucknell goalie Sam Grinberg.

The first half ended in a 7-all tie and Brown took a 9-7 lead after the third quarter. But Bucknell scored twice in the fourth quarter, including Ryan Joseph's goal with 7:25 left in the game to knot the score at 9 and force overtime.

No. 2 North Carolina 15, No. 16 Harvard 10: The host Tar Heels (4-0) built a 10-goal lead in the second half and beat the Crimson (4-3).

North Carolina took a 15-5 lead with 9:09 left in the game. Jimmy Bitter had five goals to tie his career-high and added two assists and goalie Kieran Burke made 21 saves for the Tar Heels. Bitter scored four goals during a 5-0 run in the first quarter. Burke's 21 saves are his second highest, behind a 23-save performance against Virginia on April 6, 20-13.

No. 6 Denver 10, Lehigh 4: Goalie Ryan LaPlante made 14 saves to lead the Pioneers (5-2) past the host Mountain Hawks (2-6).

With his 14 saves, LaPlante passed 2014 grad Jamie Faus for second on Denver's saves list in Division I (424).

"We're really proud of that defensive effort tonight," Denver coach Bill Tierney said.

No. 7 Cornell 10, Colgate 9, OT: Dan Lintner scored the tying goal with 63 seconds left in regulation and Matt Donovan ended the game with 64 seconds left in overtime as the Big Red (5-2) beat the Raiders (4-3).

Lintner and Donovan both finished with four goals. Cornell led 8-4 before Colgate went on a 5-0 run that spanned the third and fourth quarters for a 9-8 lead with 3:34 left in the game.

No. 11 Albany 26, Canisius 6: The Great Danes (4-1) set a school record for goals scored in a game against the host Golden Griffins (1-6).

The previous record was 25, achieved twice in victories: on March 8, 2014, at UMass (25-10) and on March 26, 2005, against Hartford (25-9). It is the largest margin of victory for Albany since the team defeated Wagner 24-1 on April 30th, 2000. The Great Danes scored 12 straight goals against Canisius.

Albany's offense was led by Connor Fields and Seth Oakes, with four goals each, and Jake Cullen and Lyle Thompson with three goals each.

No. 13 Princeton 12, Rutgers 11: Mike MacDonald scored seven goals to power the Tigers (5-1) past the host Scarlet Knights (3-6).

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MacDonald recorded his 100th career goal on his third goal of the game with 11:06 left in the third quarter for an 8-7 lead. In the fourth quarter, MacDonald rattled off three straight to for a 12-9 lead with 4:39 left.

State women

George Washington 18, Mount St.Mary's 12: The Mountaineers (1-5) took a 10-9 lead at the half but quickly fell behind the host Colonials (2-4).

The loss is Mount St. Mary's third straight. George Washington ended a four-game losing streak.

Erin Seipp (Notre Dame Prep), Sammie Knapp (Loch Raven) and Nicole Lantuh had hat tricks for the Mount..

"We played a very strong first half today. We definitely made some costly turnovers in the second half and ran out of gas," Mount St. Mary's coach Lauren Schwarzmann said. "The team worked really hard throughout the entire game, we just needed to make smarter decisions down the stretch. We will learn a lot from this game and move forward."

Nation women

No. 5 Syracuse 14, Cornell 8: The host Orange (8-2) opened with a 9-3 run and beat the Big Red (5-2).

Syracuse has won three straight.

Cornell drew to within 2-1 with 28:45 left in the first half, but the Orange answered with a 7-0 run. Maryland transfer Halle Majorana scored three times during the run, completing her hat trick with 11:29 left in the first half.

No. 14 Stony Brook 12, No. 7 Florida 11: Freshman Kylie Ohlmiller scored three of her game-high five goals in the second half as the Seawolves (6-0) upset the host Gators (6-4).

The loss was Florida's third straight.

Stony Brook trailed 4-1 before scoring four straight over the last 25 minutes of the first half.

The two teams traded goals in the second half. Michelle Rubino scored her second goal, unassisted, with 3:40 left for a 12-10 lead. Shannon Gilroy pulled the Gators to within one with 2:53 left in the game, but no closer.

Mollie Stevens finished with a hat trick for Florida.

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