College Lacrosse

Men's lacrosse roundup: No. 10 Maryland sinks Drexel, 12-3

Jay Carlson (St. Paul's) had his first hat trick of the season to lead No. 10 Maryland to a 12-3 victory over visiting Drexel in men's lacrosse Saturday.

In the teams' first meeting since 1943, the Dragons (0-4) jumped out to a 2-0 lead before the Terps defense held the Dragons scoreless for 56:17. Maryland (3-1) scored 12 goals in that time.


Kyle Bernlohr made 11 saves and Dan Morris had one for the Terps

Navy 7, No. 19 Holy Cross 6: The Midshipmen's lead crumbled under a three-goal assault by the Crusaders in the fourth quarter, but visiting Navy (2-2, 1-1 Patriot League) answered with the final two goals of the game for an upset victory.


T.J. Hanzsche scored to tie the game at 6 with 3:54 left, and a minute later Dave Little scored the game-winner on an extra-man opportunity.

Sean Wilkinson scored twice for Holy Cross (2-1, 1-1), and Jack Ray had a hat trick for Navy.

Ray put the Mids up 1-0 with 9:41 remaining in the first quarter. Navy's lead grew to 5-3 on a two-goal spurt over the second and third quarters. Holy Cross answered with a 3-0 run in the fourth to take a 6-5 lead with 4:46 left in the game.

UMBC 9, Richmond 5: The Retrievers (2-2) won their second straight road game, beating the Spiders (2-2).

Jack Gannon had a natural hat trick for UMBC. Richmond took a 1-0 lead with 13:30 left in the first quarter, but the Retrievers scored the next five goals, including three by Gannon. Connor Gordon made 13 saves for UMBC.

Gettysburg 12, Salisbury 6: The visiting Bullets (2-0) opened with a 5-0 run in the first quarter and the Sea Gulls (2-2) never recovered.

Gettysburg's Jameson Smith scored two of his game-high three goals during the run. Thomas Cirillo had two goals and two assists for Salisbury.

Stevenson 17, Western New England 4: Paul Danko (Gilman) had four goals to lead the host Mustangs (2-1) past the Golden Bears (1-1).



No. 2 Notre Dame 20, Dartmouth 5: The host Fighting Irish (3-0) used their largest offensive output in nearly 10 years to beat the Big Green (0-2).

The 20 goals were the most for Notre Dame since a 22-6 win over Butler on March19, 2005.

Matt Kavanagh had two goals and a career-high five assists while Mikey Wynne (St. Paul's), Sergio Perkovic and Cole Riccardi all produced hat tricks for the Fighting Irish.

After Dartmouth tied the score at 2 with 6:05 left in the first quarter, the Fighting Irish scored 14 straight over three quarters. Notre Dame outshot the Big Green 50-18.

No. 6 Duke 21, No. 13 Harvard 14: Freshman attackman Justin Guterding had six goals and three assists to lead the host Blue Devils (4-1) past the Crimson (1-1).


Eight Duke players scored at least one goal in their 19th straight home victory.

"I'm just trying to get open for the middies," Guterding said. "Chad Cohan had a great day with three [goals] and two [assists]. Myles [Jones] and Deemer [Class], they create the space and are drawing doubles. We're just running our offense and it's just going to be open. Coaches just tell us to keep doing our job and we'll get a lot of points."

No. 9 Cornell 16, No. 7 Albany 9: Connor Buczek scored five goals to power the Big Red (3-1) in an upset over the Great Danes (1-1) in Dallas.

Cornell scored first but fell behind 3-1 with 8:47 left in the first quarter. The Big Red answered with a 5-0 run; Buczek scored three of those goals.

Penn State 14, No. 11 Penn 11: The host Nittany Lions (2-2) scored three times over the final 10:41 to upset the Quakers (2-2).

T.J. Sanders and Matt Florence scored four goals each for Penn State.


No. 8 Yale 16, Bryant 9: Michael Bonacci (St. Mary's) scored four goals to power host Yale (3-0) past Bryant (1-3).

Yale opened with a 5-1 run in the first quarter.

No. 14 Army 14, Lafayette 3: John Glesener had four goals as the host Black Knights (4-1, 1-0 Patriot) overpowered the Leopards (1-2, 0-2).