Freshman Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's) turned in a stellar performance in his first college game. The 6-foot attackman from Sykesville scored a game-high six goals to power the No. 2 Notre Dame men's lacrosse team past visiting Georgetown, 14-12, on Saturday.
The game was tied at 11 early in the fourth quarter. Goals by Wynne and Sergio Perkovic eight seconds apart gave the Fighting Irish (1-0) a 13-11 lead with 12:20 left. Reilly O'Connor cut the lead to one for the Hoyas (0-1), but Wynne added the final score with 29 seconds left.
No. 1 Denver 17, No. 3 Duke 13: Maryland transfer Connor Cannizzaro had two goals and an assist during a decisive 6-2 run in the fourth quarter as the Pioneers (1-0) beat the Blue Devils (2-1) in Kennesaw, Ga.
Denver used a dominant performance by freshman Trevor Baptiste in faceoffs (25-for-34) to maintain control of the ball. Cannizzaro finished with three goals and five assists.
Duke, the defending two-time NCAA Division I champion, was led by Myles Jones, Justin Guterding and Chad Cohan with three goals each.
No. 5 North Carolina 20, Massachusetts 8: Joey Sankey, Jimmy Bitter, Luke Goldstock and Peyton Klawinski each scored three goals to power the host Tar Heels (3-0) past the Minutemen (0-2).
Bucknell 7, No. 14 Bryant 5: Sam Grinberg made 13 saves and the host Bison (1-1) never trailed, upsetting the Bulldogs (0-2).
Bryant was scoreless in the first half.
No. 9 Virginia 14, No. 18 Drexel 10: Ryan Tucker (Gilman) had two goals and two assists, and the host Cavaliers (2-0) overcame a slow start to beat the Dragons (0-1).
Drexel opened with a 3-0 run before the first of Tucker's two back-to-back goals put Virginia ahead for good.
No. 15 Yale 19, UMass-Lowell 4: Conrad Oberbeck had five goals and the host Bulldogs (1-0) cruised past the River Hawks (0-1).
No. 16 Lehigh 14, Furman 11: The Mountain Hawks (1-1) scored the last four goals over 61/2 minutes to beat the host Paladins (0-2).
Marquette 11, No. 19 Hofstra 10: The Golden Eagles (2-0) earned their second straight one-goal victory over a ranked opponent, beating the Pride (0-1).
Marquette beat No. 16 Lehigh, 10-9, on Feb. 7.
No. 6 Johns Hopkins 13, Villanova 10: Wells Stanwick (Boys' Latin) had two goals and five assists to pace the Blue Jays (2-1) past the host Wildcats (0-1).
Johns Hopkins outscored Villanova 4-1 in the first 11 minutes of the fourth quarter. The Blue Jays held a 40-34 advantage in shots and grabbed 32 of 49 ground balls.
Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) had four goals, and Shack Stanwick (Boys' Latin) had two goals and an assist.
No. 13 Penn 10, UMBC 8: Pat Young gave the Retrievers (0-2) a 1-0 lead with 14 minutes left in the first quarter, but the Quakers (1-0) answered with a 4-0 run and never trailed again.
Nate Lewnes (St. Mary's) finished with four goals for UMBC.
Mount St. Mary's 11, Virginia Military Institute 8: Freshman Mike Moynihan scored three goals to power the visiting Mount (1-0) past the Keydets (0-3).
Lynchburg 12, Salisbury 7: Aaron Murphy had five goals and Austin Stewart (Loyola Blakefield) had four to lead the host Hornets (1-0) past the Sea Gulls (1-1).
York (Pa.) at Stevenson, ppd.: Because of extreme wintery conditions, what would have been the season opener for both teams has been rescheduled for April 10 at 7 p.m. at Stevenson.
No. 7 Boston College 9, No. 17 Johns Hopkins 5: The Blue Jays' one-goal lead evaporated in the second half, in which they were held scoreless.
Hopkins (1-1) trailed 4-1 before going on a 4-0 run to close out the first half. Dene' DiMartino started the run with 15:26 left. Caroline Margolis led the Eagles (1-0) with three goals.
La Salle 10, UMBC 9, OT: Erin McCabe scored the winner on a free-position shot with 20 seconds left in overtime to lift the Explorers (1-0) over the host Retrievers.
UMBC (0-2) lost to Temple by the same score, in overtime, on Wednesday.
The Retrievers trailed 9-5 before scoring four times in eight minutes in the second half to force overtime. Abby Wilson (Fallston) had a hat trick for UMBC.
No. 4 Florida 21, Michigan 0: Nora Barry scored her 100th career goal and the host Gators (2-1) rolled past the Wolverines (0-1).
The midfielder became just the fifth Florida player to reach the mark when she scored the game's fourth goal off an assist from Sammi Burgess (McDonogh). Barry and Burgess each had three goals.
No. 5 Northwestern 6, No. 7 Virginia 5: Sheila Nesselbush scored the go-ahead goal with three minutes left and the Wildcats (2-0) hung on to beat the Cavaliers (0-1) in Kennesaw, Ga.
Virginia trailed 5-2 before going on a 3-0 run to tie the score midway through the second half.
No. 12 Penn State 15, Lehigh 7: Steph Lazo (St. Mary's) had a career-high five goals to lead the host Nittany Lions (1-1) past the Mountain Hawks (0-1).
Delaware 17, No. 20 Georgetown 5: The host Blue Hens (1-0) took a 4-0 lead and never trailed in upsetting the Hoyas (0-1).