Lacrosse roundup: No. 1 Notre Dame men defeat Marquette, 14-7, behind Doyle

Top-ranked Notre Dame overcame an early 2-0 deficit to capture a fifth straight victory with a 14-7 win over No. 15 Marquette in men's lacrosse Tuesday.

Conor Doyle (Gilman), the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference Co-Offensive Player of the Week, paced the host Fighting Irish (8-1) with four goals, tying a career high.


Sergio Perkovic had three goals and two assists, and Nick Ossello also had a hat trick.

Goalie Shane Doss, who was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Week on Monday, made seven saves for the Irish.

Notre Dame won 16 of 24 faceoffs to control the tempo. The Golden Eagles fell to 9-3. After falling behind 2-0, the Fighting Irish responded with a 7-0 run that spanned the first and second quarters. Doyle had three goals, including the first two, during the run. Doyle added his fourth and the game's final goal with 1:21 left in the fourth quarter.

No. 10 Cornell 12, Canisius 6: Matt Donovan and Connor Buczek had three goals each, and a 9-0 run helped the host Big Red (8-3) past the Golden Griffins (2-9).

State men

Stevenson 20, Hood 2: Tony Rossi had a hat trick to lead 14 Mustangs in scoring.

Host Stevenson (7-4, 3-0 Commonwealth Conference) bounced back from Saturday's 13-9 loss to Lynchburg with two scoring runs of 6-0 and 11-0 against the Blazers (4-8, 0-4).

State women

Salisbury 15, Christopher Newport 2: Kara O'Rourke (Mount Hebron) had two goals and five assists, and Megan Wallenhorst (Centennial) had three goals and three assists to power the host Sea Gulls (10-2, 6-0 Capital Athletic Conference) past the Captains (7-6, 3-2).

No. 20 Johns Hopkins 7, No. 7 Stony Brook 5: The host Blue Jays (10-2) scored the last three goals of the game and ran off the final seven minutes to upset the Seawolves (11-1).

The win is the eighth straight for Hopkins. Dene' DiMartino of Hopkins and Stony Brook's Courtney Murphy each scored twice. Murphy took the last shot by the Seawolves with 7:10 left to play.

Nation women

No. 4 Boston College 19, Harvard 13: The host Eagles (12-2) scored 12 goals in the second half and beat the Crimson (5-5).

No. 13 Notre Dame 12, No. 6 Syracuse 11, OT: The Fighting Irish (8-5, 3-3 ACC) outscored the Orange (9-5, 2-3) , 2-1, in overtime to win.

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