No. 14 Yale broke open a tie game with four unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 7 Maryland, 10-6, on Saturday in freezing temperatures in New Haven, Conn.
Conrad Oberbeck led the Bulldogs (2-0) with three goals and two assists as Yale defeated the Terps (1-1) for the first time since 1925. Ben Reeves and Jeff Cimbalista added two goals, and Michael Keasey had three points for the victors.
Henry West and Dylan Maltz, a transfer from Syracuse, each scored twice for Maryland. Junior Kyle Bernlohr tied his career high with 12 saves.
No. 4 North Carolina 13, No. 9 John Hopkins 11: The Blue Jays' Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) had a hat trick, but it wasn't enough as the host Tar Heels (4-0) jumped ahead 4-1 early and kept Hopkins (2-2) at bay. Jimmy Bitter (four goals) and Joey Sankey (three goals) scored their 100th goals for North Carolina.
UMBC 4, Monmouth 2: Dylan McDermont (South Carroll) scored twice over the final six minutes to lead the Retrievers (1-2) past the host Hawks (0-1).
UMBC led 2-1 going into the fourth quarter. Garrett Conaway (Liberty) made 10 saves for Monmouth.
Freshman Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's) had four goals and one assist for Notre Dame, while junior Matt Kavanagh had three goals and three assists.
Notre Dame sophomore goalie Shane Doss made a career-high 13 saves.
No. 5 Virginia 14, Rutgers 5: Zed Williams scored a career-high four goals and assisted on another to help propel the visiting Cavaliers (3-0) past the Scarlet Knights (1-2) in the snow.
"I was really glad for us to come on the road in these conditions and get a win like this," Virginia coach Dom Starsia said.
No. 10 Albany 15, Drexel 8: The visiting Great Danes (1-0) used a 6-0 run over the second and third quarters to build a seven-goal lead and beat the host Dragons (0-2).
Seth Oakes had a game-high four goals for Albany.
No. 13 Harvard 14, Massachusetts 13: Sean McDonagh completed the comeback with the game-winning goal with 2:15 left to lift the host Crimson over the Minutemen.
Harvard trailed 13-10 with 141/2 minutes left to play. The Crimson, led by Deke Burns with seven goals, scored four straight.
Villanova 11, No. 18 Penn State 7: The host Wildcats (1-1) opened with a 2-0 run, never trailed and upset the Nittany Lions (1-2).
Danny Seibel had a hat trick for Villanova.
No. 19 Lehigh 10, Boston University 9: Patrick Corbett scored the game winner with 2:37 left in the game to lift the host Mountain Hawks (2-1, 1-0 Patriot) over the Terriers (2-1, 0-1).
Princeton led 13-7 before Hofstra went on a 5-1 run in the fourth quarter.
No. 1 Denver 16, Air Force 6: The host Pioneers (2-0) used a 6-2 run to start and a 7-1 run to finish the game to take down the in-state rival Falcons (0-3) at the Frontier Airlines Face-Off Classic.
Sophomore Connor Cannizzaro, a transfer from Maryland, became the first player in program history to have eight-plus points twice in the same season, finishing with six goals and two assists in his second game with the team.
Furman 9, Canisius 8, OT: Robbie Betchley III scored the game winner with 3:45 left in overtime to lift the Paladins (1-2) over the Golden Griffins (0-2) at the Frontier Airlines Face-Off Classic.