College Lacrosse

College lacrosse roundup (March 6): Brown trips No. 5 Villanova; No. 1 Albany rolls over UMass

Luke McCaleb scored twice, including the go-ahead goal, during a 4-0 run in the fourth quarter as visiting Brown upset No. 5 Villanova , 12-9, in men's lacrosse Tuesday.

The Bears (2-2) trailed 7-2 with 4:08 left in the first half. McCaleb, who finished with a hat trick, started a 4-0 run that spanned both halves and drew Brown to within 7-6.


Keegan Kahn gave the Wildcats (5-1) their last lead, 9-8, with 9:37 left to play. Brown started its second 4-0 run with a goal by Jake Miller with 8:15 left. McCaleb scored the go-ahead goal with 6:18 left and the final goal with 1:31 remaining.

Devin McNamara (Loyola Blakefield), Danny Seibel and Colin Crowley each scored twice for Villanova.


No. 1 Albany 19, Massachusetts 8: Connor Fields had a career-high 12 points on five goals and seven assists to lead the visiting Great Danes (4-0) past the Minutemen (1-4).

Fields is tied for second place in school history for points in a game. Miles Thompson holds the school record with 14 against Stony Brook on April 27, 2013.

No. 16 Georgetown 13, Marist 6: Jake Carraway (St. Mary's) and Daniel Bucaro each scored three goals to lead the host Hoyas (5-0) past the Foxes (1-6).

Carraway finished with a career-high seven points on three goals and four assists. Georgetown broke a 1-1 tie with a 5-0 run.

No. 20 Penn State 16, Furman 5: The Nittany Lions (4-2) opened with an 11-0 run and were never threatened by the Paladins (0-6) in a game played at Georgetown Prep.

State women

Salisbury 13, Rowan 10: Dana King had a game-high six goals to pace the host Sea Gulls (4-0) past the Profs (1-1). Salisbury opened with a 4-0 run and led start to finish.

No. 8 Navy 16, Saint Joseph's 11: Jenna Collins (River Hill), Julia Collins (River Hill) and Kelly Larkin scored four goals apiece to lead Navy (5-1).


Nation women

No. 11 Penn 16, Drexel 11: Caroline Cummings and Gabby Rosenzweig each scored four goals to lead the visiting Quakers (5-0) past the Dragons (1-4).

Penn trailed by two goals at the half before outscoring Drexel 13-6 in the second half.