College lacrosse roundup: Bruckner, No. 6 Duke beat No. 16 Stony Brook, 17-11

No. 6 Duke trailed by one early to host No. 16 Stony Brook before going on an 8-0 run and winning, 17-11, in men's lacrosse Wednesday night.

Jack Bruckner scored a game-high five goals and three Blue Devils had three each, including Deemer Class (Loyola Blakefield). Duke improved to 9-4, and the Seawolves fell to 10-4.


State men

Salisbury 19, York 6: Carson Kalama (Bel Air) scored a game-high six goals and the host Sea Gulls (12-4, 8-0 Capital Athletic Conference) beat the Spartans (9-7, 5-2).

Karson had a hat trick in the first five minutes.

Stevenson 27, Alvernia 2: The Mustangs (10-4, 5-0 Commonwealth Conference) scored a season-high 27 goals, all in a row, with 13 in the second quarter to beat the host Crusaders (3-11, 0-6).

Paul Danko (Gilman) scored four goals to lead 17 Mustangs in scoring. Stephen Banick and Kyle D'Onofrio (Fallston) each had a hat trick for Stevenson.

Mary Washington 6, Frostburg State 4: After winning 14 straight, the host Bobcats (14-2, 5-2) have lost two in a row.

The Eagles (6-7, 3-4 Capital Athletic Conference) broke a 2-all score with a 3-0 run in the third quarter.

State women

Stevenson 18, Alvernia 4: The host Mustangs (8-6, 4-1 Commonwealth Conference) outscored the Crusaders (6-6, 2-4) by 9-2 in each half.

Kathryn Merrick (Bel Air) finished with a game-high five goals for Stevenson.

Salisbury 19, Marymount 5: Samantha Duranti and Emma Wall (John Carroll) each had a hat trick to power the Sea Gulls (12-3, 8-0 CAC) past the host Saints (4-10, 2-5).

Nation women

No. 8 Florida 20, Cincinnati 1: The host Gators (12-4, 6-0 Big East) opened with an 18-0 run and cruised past the Bearcats (2-13, 0-5).

Lauren Lea (Archbishop Spalding) had two goals and two assists for Florida, which set a school record with 16 players scoring in a single game.


No. 17 Princeton 9, No. 10 Penn 7: Olivia Hompe had a hat trick and the Tigers (10-3, 5-0 Ivy League) rallied over the host Quakers (10-3, 4-1).

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