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(Gilman) scored a game-high five goals, including two during a late rally, as No. 4 North Carolina won a come-from-behind victory over Hofstra, 12-9, at the ESPNU Warrior Classic on Saturday in Charlotte, N.C.

Trailing by one goal at the end of the third quarter, the Tar Heels (9-4) outscored the Pride (6-6) by 5-1 in the fourth.

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The third-seeded Tar Heels will travel to second-seeded Virginia to play an Atlantic Coast Conference tournament semifinal Friday at 7:30p.m.

No. 3

Massachusetts 8, Drexel 6:

Tim McCormack made 14 saves and the Minutemen improved to 11-0, a first in program history, in Bethpage, N.Y.

Steve D'Amario and Anthony Biscardi each scored twice. UMass tops the Colonial Athletic Association standings with a 4-0 record. The Dragons fell to 5-7, 3-2.

No. 12

Villanova 10, St. John's 8:

C.J. Small scored both of his goals during a 4-1 run in the fourth quarter to lead the host Wildcats (8-4, 4-0 Big East) past the Red Storm (6-5, 2-3).

(St. Mary's) led Villanova with four goals.

No. 13

Syracuse 19, Rutgers 6:

The Orange (6-5, 3-1 Big East) displayed its high-powered offense by scoring 12 goals straight and beating the Scarlet Knights (5-8, 1-4) at the ESPNU Warrior Classic in Charlotte.

No. 4

Florida 17, No. 18 Vanderbilt 5:

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(McDonogh) scored a game-high five goals and the host Gators (14-2, 4-0 American Lacrosse Conference) won their 10th straight.

No. 2

Syracuse 22, No. 11 Georgetown 11:

Kailah Kempney and Devon Collins combined to score 10 goals, five each, to power the host Orange (10-2, 4-0 Big East) past the Hoyas (8-5, 4-2). Syracuse has won nine straight.

No. 6

Dartmouth 9, No. 15 Penn 7:

Sarah Plumb scored two of her four goals during a 4-0 run to close out the game as the host Big Green (9-2, 5-0 Ivy League) upset the Quakers (6-5, 4-1).

No. 7

Notre Dame 16, Connecticut 9:

Maggie Tamasitis had a league-record eight assists as the Fighting Irish (10-2, 4-2 Big East) beat the host Huskies (7-5, 0-4).

Jaimie Morrison (four goals) led a balanced Notre Dame offense that scored eight goals each half.

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