Roundup: No. 3 Notre Dame shuts out No. 15 Ohio State, 9-0, in men's lacrosse

The No. 3 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team posted its second shutout in school history, and it took only 31 years. Behind goalkeepers Shane Doss and Conor Kelly, the Fighting Irish won, 9-0, over visiting No. 15 Ohio State on Saturday.

Notre Dame's only other shutout came in a 15-0 win over Mount Union on April 10, 1984. Doss finished with 11 saves, and Kelly had two.


Nick Ossello got the Irish (5-1) started with 13:07 left in the first quarter. He scored back-to-back goals in the third quarter to complete his hat trick.

Notre Dame led 3-0 at halftime and scored three goals in both the third and fourth quarters. Ohio State (7-3) turned the ball over 22 times and was 0-for-5 in extra-man opportunes.


The loss ended a three-game winning streak for the Buckeyes.

No. 6 Denver 10, Penn State 8: Tewaaraton Award watch list member and Maryland transfer Connor Cannizzaro scored four goals and Ryan LaPlante made 10 saves as the Pioneers (6-2) beat the Nittany Lions (3-5) at Hofstra.

Penn State (3-5) scored the first two goals of the first and second quarters and took a 6-4 lead at halftime.

Trailing by one goal headed into the fourth quarter, Denver went on a 4-1 run to win.

No. 7 Cornell 10, Penn 9, 3OT: Dan Lintner scored the game-winner 1:40 into the third overtime period as the host Big Red (6-2, 2-0 Ivy League) beat the Quakers (3-5, 0-2).

Before Lintner's goal, Cornell hadn't scored since three seconds remained in the second quarter, when Matt Donovan caught a rebound and fed John Hogan, who scored at the buzzer for a 9-5 lead.

Penn scored five goals during the Big Red's drought, including four in the third quarter, to force overtime.

Lintner finished with a hat trick, and the Quakers' Joe McCallion had a game-high four goals.


Georgetown 10, No. 9 Marquette 9: Freshman Craig Berge scored the game-winner with 3:45 left in the fourth quarter on an extra-man opportunity as the host Hoyas (6-3, 1-0 Big East Conference) upset the Golden Eagles (7-1, 0-1).

Georgetown scored four goals in the first two quarters to take an 8-2 lead at the break. Bo Stafford finished with two goals, and Ryan Hursey (Westminster) had a goal and an assist.

No. 13 Princeton 11, No. 9 Yale 10: The host Tigers (6-1, 2-0 Ivy League) withstood a late rally by the Bulldogs (5-2, 0-2).

Ryan Ambler gave Princeton an 11-7 lead with 11:54 left in the game before Yale scored three straight. Kip Orban had four goals for the Tigers, and Conrad Oberbeck had a hat trick for the Bulldogs.

No. 11 Albany 24, Hartford 6: Scoring 13 of the game's first 14 goals, the host Great Danes (5-1, 2-0 America East Conference) cruised past the Hawks (3-4, 1-1) for their fourth straight win.

Albany has outscored its opponents 50-12 in its past two games.


"We are starting to play with a lot of confidence," said coach Scott Marr, whose team has won its past 12 America East games. "I am pleased with the effort on both sides of the ball."

No. 12 Brown 22, Manhattan 9: Kylor Bellistri and Henry Blynn scored four goals each as the host Bears (6-1) beat the Jaspers (0-9).

Brown used two lengthy runs in the first half, one 7-0 and the other 4-0, for the lead.

Dartmouth 12, No. 16 Harvard 11, 2OT: Jack Korzelius scored the game-winner with 2:21 left in the second overtime as the host Big Green (2-3, 1-0 Ivy League) upset the Crimson (4-4, 0-2).

Harvard went on a 5-3 run in the fourth quarter to force overtime. The Crimson's Ian Ardrey scored the last two goals, including the game-tying goal with 14 seconds left.

Fairfield 11, No. 17 Villanova 4: TJ Neubauer (Loyola Blakefield) scored four goals as the host Stags (5-4) upset the Wildcats (5-3).


Fairfield went on a 6-0 run over the second and third quarters.

No. 19 Army 7, Lehigh 5: The visiting Black Knights (6-3, 2-2 Patriot League) had a 6-3 lead at the end of three quarters and held on to beat the Mountain Hawks (2-7, 1-4).

Army got two goals apiece from Cole Johnson and Jimbo Moore.


No. 14 Loyola Maryland 19, Lafayette 10: The visiting Greyhounds (5-4, 3-1 Patriot League) overcame a slow start and went on a 10-1 run to beat the Leopards (1-7, 0-5).

Nikko Pontrello finished with a game-high five goals, while Zach Sirico had three goals and two assists for Loyola.


No. 18 Towson 9, Binghamton 8: Redshirt senior Max Siskind scored four goals and Ryan Drenner (Westminster) had a hat trick to lead the Tigers (6-3) past the Bearcats (2-4).

Siskind scored back-to-back goals midway through the fourth quarter to break the game open after being tied at 6 at the end of the third.

Joe Seider added a goal with 2:54 left before Binghamton made it a one-goal game with 29 seconds left. The Bearcats won the ensuing faceoff but turned the ball over.

Navy 7, Colgate 6: Jack Ray completed his hat trick for a 7-3 lead with 7:16 left in the game, and the Midshipmen (6-3, 4-1 Patriot League) held on to beat the Raiders (4-4, 2-2).

Navy withstood a three-goal barrage over the final 4:30.

"This game was won on the defensive end of the field," said Navy coach Rick Sowell, whose Midshipmen have held their five Patriot League opponents to a combined 36 goals this season.


Wagner 6, Mount St. Mary's 5, OT: Paul DeVita scored the game-winner from 10 yards out after a feed by Billy Orme with 2:29 left in overtime to lift the Seahawks (3-4, 1-0 Northeast Conference) over the Mountaineers (2-5, 0-1) in overtime.

The win was Wagner's first ever over Mount St. Mary's. Justin Gosnell (Havre de Grace) had a goal and an assist for the Mount.

Stony Brook 12, UMBC 6: The Retrievers (2-5, 0-2 American East) held the Seawolves (6-2, 1-1) to six goals in the first three quarters before Stony Brook closed the game with a 6-1 run in the fourth quarter.

Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) had his second hat trick of the season and Jack Gannon had a goal and two assists for UMBC.

Ruston Souder (Chesapeake-AA) made his first collegiate start and made nine saves.

Salisbury 11, Mary Washington 4: The host Sea Gulls (6-3, 2-0 Capital Athletic Conference) opened with a 4-0 run and cruised past the Eagles (4-3, 1-1).


Carson Kalama (Bel Air) and Sean Fitzgerald (Arundel) scored two goals each for Salisbury.

Cabrini 8, Stevenson 6: Kyle D'Onofrio (Fallston) scored twice, but the host Mustangs (3-3) fell in the first day of the Greene Turtle Classic.

The Cavaliers (4-3) took an 8-3 lead with 1:33 left in the third quarter and hung on.

Wesley at Frostburg State,: The game between the Wolverines (4-1) and Bobcats (8-0) was moved to 1 p.m. today because of the weather.