U.Va. men defeat Stony Brook, 12-5

Steele Stanwick (Loyola) helped top-ranked Virginia win again, 12-5, over visiting Stony Brook, and helped himself to the 100-goal and 100-assist plateaus Saturday in Charlottesville, Va.

Stanwick scored back-to-back goals in the third quarter. He became the third Cavalier, the seventh Atlantic Coast Conference player and 44th nationally to record 100 goals and 100 assists.

Colin Briggs had a career-high seven points on three goals and four assists to lead the Cavaliers.

The Seawolves (0-2) trailed 3-2 before Virginia went on a 4-1 run in the second quarter to pull away. No. 3 Cornell at Hobart, ppd.: The game between the Big Red (0-0) and the Statesmen (0-1) was postponed because of a snowstorm.

No. 6 Villanova 13, Bucknell 12, OT: Kevin Cunningham scored the game-winner on a wraparound shot for the host Wildcats.

No. 7 Massachusetts 9, No. 10 Ohio State 3: Kyle Smith and Colin Fleming scored three goals each to power the visiting Minutemen (3-0) past the Buckeyes (3-1).

Lehigh 13, Manhattan 0: The host Mountain Hawks (2-1) outshot the Jaspers (0-1) 47-8 and earned their first shutout in 40 years.

David DiMaria and Patrick Corbett scored four goals each and Matt Poillon had four saves for Lehigh.

State men

Mount St. Mary's 12, No. 18 Delaware 10: Daniel Stranix scored three goals to lead the visiting Mount (1-0) past the Blue Hens (2-3). The win was the team's first over Delaware in 11 tries.

Salisbury 22, Roanoke 5: Kyle Quist and Erik Krum scored four goals each to power the host Sea Gulls (3-0) past the Maroons (1-1).

St. Mary's 12, Dickinson 9: John Dehm had three goals and two assists and the visiting Seahawks (1-1) used a 6-0 run in the third to beat the Red Devils (1-1) at St.Paul's School.

Goucher 8, Washington College 6: Matt Lynch had three goals and an assist and the visiting Gophers (3-0) scored six unanswered goals to beat the Shoremen (0-1). Grant Hughes scored twice for Washington College.

Stevenson 9, Hampden-Sydney 6: Pat Candon scored the go-ahead goal with 7:54 left and added an insurance goal five minutes later to lead the host Mustangs (2-0) past the Tigers (1-2).

Randolph-Macon 17, Hood 5: Freshman Chris Wilbur scored two goals in a losing effort for the visiting Blazers (1-2). Brett Austin had five goals for the Yellow Jackets (1-1).

Mary Washington 9, McDaniel 8, 3OT: The visiting Eagles (3-0) scored four of the last five goals, including the game-winner with 3:06 left in the third overtime.

Ben Yancheski (Dulaney) had a hat trick for the Green Terror (1-1).

No. 5 Duke 10, No. 2 Maryland 9: Beth Glaros scored a game-high four goals, but the visiting Terps (3-1, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) fell to the Blue Devils (4-2, 1-0).

Taylor Trimble scored twice during a 5-0 second-half run to spark the win for Duke.

Navy 16, Davidson 5: The visiting Mids (4-1), led by Loren Generi with four goals, scored the first nine goals to power past the Wildcats (0-2).

Eight players scored for Navy.

Temple 12, Mount St. Mary's 3: Stephany Parcell paced the host Owls (3-0) with four goals.

Lindsay Diaz (Dulaney), Kaitlyn Larrimore (North Harford) and Nicole Price (North Harford) each scored for the Mount (0-2). Temple opened with a 4-0 run.

UMBC 13, George Mason 1: Lindsay Cox scored a career-high five goals as the visiting Retrievers (1-1) beat the Patriots (1-2).

National women

No. 7 Princeton 16, Villanova 3: Jaci Gassaway scored five goals and the visiting Tigers (1-0) led 7-1 at the half over the Wildcats (1-2).

No. 8 Boston College 12, Hofstra 10: Brooke Blue and Mikaela Rix each scored three goals to power the host Eagles (2-1) past the Pride (1-2).

No. 9 Pennsylvania 18, Drexel 8: Maddie Poplawski scored four goals and the visiting Quakers (1-0) beat the Dragons (2-1).

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