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No. 14 Loyola dropped an OT heartbreaker to No. 19 James Madison, 11-10, Saturday night at Ridley Athletic Complex. The Greyhounds rallied twice to knot the score late, but Stephanie Finley's goal with four seconds remaining in OT sealed the win for the Dukes.
The 4th-ranked Colorado State Rams jumped all over the Utah Valley Wolverines on Saturday afternoon, outscoring the visitors 11-1 in the first half en route to a 15-4 victory.
Penn State received four-goal performances from both T.J. Sanders (Orillia, Ont.) and Matt Florence (Greenwood Village, Colo.) as the Nittany Lions defeated No. 16 Penn, 14-11, at Holuba Hall on Saturday.
No. 20 Denver took on the 13th- ranked Louisville Cardinals Saturday afternoon for their 2015 home opener at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The battle of ranked teams ended with the Cardinals on top by a score of 14-9.
Ninth-ranked Penn State went toe-to-toe with No. 8 Virginia, but a goal with four seconds left in the game by UVa's Casey Bocklet handed the Nittany Lions a 16-15 loss on Saturday at Holuba Hall.
No. 11 Westminster started the new season with a 13-8 win over Oregon on Saturday afternoon in a neutral site game hosted by Boise State.
Georgetown (0-2) fell, 11-7, to the No. 11 Princeton Tigers (3-0) in the team's home opener on Saturday at Multi-Sport Field. The Hoyas allowed a late first-half Tiger run, which was too much to overcome despite a solid second-half effort.
Dave Little broke a 6-6 tie when he scored the game-winning goal for the Midshipmen with 2:55 left in the fourth quarter as the No. 19 Holy Cross lacrosse team fell, 7-6, on Saturday afternoon at Holy Cross Field in Patriot League action.
In freezing rain and snowy conditions, the No. 13 Cornell lacrosse team upset No. 8 Albany at SMU's Ford Field in Dallas at the seventh annual Patriots Cup. After trailing 3-1 midway through the first quarter, the Big Red went on a 10-2 run to take control of the game.
Courtney Murphy netted a hat trick and the No. 17 Stony Brook defense held its opponent to single-digit goals for the 21st time in 23 games in an 8-4 win over Drexel Saturday afternoon at LaValle Stadium.
Zach Herreweyers scored a career-high six goals, and Graham Savio won 16 of 21 faceoffs for No. 14 Loyola, and the Greyhounds defeated visiting Lehigh, 11-8, Saturday afternoon in Patriot League play.
The No. 2 Notre Dame lacrosse team used the program's largest offensive output in nearly 10 years to topple Dartmouth, 20-5, on Saturday afternoon inside the Loftus Sports Center.
Colgate goalkeeper Jake Danehy came off the bench and boosted the 20th-ranked Raiders to a 10-8 Patriot League win over Bucknell here Saturday. Freshman Will Sands scored a career-high four goals for Bucknell, but Ryan Walsh countered with two goals and three assists for Colgate.
Princeton jumped to a 7-0 lead then fought back from a two-goal deficit in the final seven minutes before knocking off 12th-ranked Johns Hopkins, 16-15, on a Gavin McBride extra-man goal with 1:07 remaining in overtime at Homewood Field Saturday.
No. 10 Ohio State dropped its first game of the season Saturday to No. 15 Stanford, 12-10, at the Woody Hayes Indoor Facility in Columbus. The loss drops Ohio State to 4-1 on the year while Stanford improves to 3-0.
Shannon Gilroy scored a team-leading eight points on six goals and two assists, eclipsing 200 career goals, in No. 4 Florida's (4-1) 18-10 victory over Dartmouth (0-2) at Donald R. Dizney Stadium on Saturday.
Freshmen Megan Whittle and Taylor Hensh each scored hat tricks as the No. 1 Maryland lacrosse team (3-0) pushed past Hofstra (2-2) in a dominant 14-6 win Saturday afternoon.
Freshman attackman Justin Guterding enjoyed a nine-point afternoon with six goals and three assists to lead No. 6 Duke to a 21-14 victory over No. 10 Harvard in lacrosse action on Saturday.
Five players recorded three or more points as the No. 7 Yale lacrosse team moved 3-0 on the young season defeating Bryant 16-9.
Jay Carlson notched his first hat trick of the season to lead the No. 10 Maryland lacrosse team to a 12-3 victory over Drexel on Saturday afternoon at Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.