Brown ends Princeton streak, 7-6

April 10, 1994|By From Staff Reports PROVIDENCE, R.I.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Brian McNally scored three goals, including the game-winner with five minutes left in the third quarter, lifting No. 13 Brown past top-ranked Princeton, 7-6, in an Ivy League game yesterday.

Princeton (6-1, 2-1), whose 17-game league winning streak was halted, rallied to tie the game at 6, getting two goals from Scott Reinhardt and one by Kevin Lowe. McNally's game-winning goal was assisted by Rob Gutheil.

Brown (4-4, 2-0) built a 5-2 halftime lead on two goals by McNally and single goals by David Evans, Jim Gaensbauer and Gutheil. Princeton cut the lead to 5-3 early in the third, but Jeff Iserson put Brown up, 6-3.

Virginia 16, North Carolina 6

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- Michael Watson (St. Paul's) scored four goals as No. 3 Virginia (7-1, 2-0) ended No. 5 North Carolina's (5-4, 2-1) 27-game home winning streak.

The Cavaliers started with a quick offensive burst behind two first-quarter goals by Watson and David Jones, and built a 10-2 halftime lead. The Tar Heels rallied with four unanswered goals to close to within, 10-6. But the Cavaliers responded in the final period scoring six straight goals to put the game away.

Jones and Greg Traynor each scored three goals for Virginia. Brendan Carey and Wilson Felter each scored a goal and had an assist for North Carolina.

Georgetown 16, Villanova 10

WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON -- Junior attackman Chris Remington scored four goals and added an assist to lead No. 11 Georgetown (6-1) past Villanova (2-7).

Other multiple-goal scorers for the Hoyas were attackmen Nathan Sprong and Joe Callahan and midfielders Kevin Noonan, Doug Madden and Greg Lawler who each scored two goals.

UMass 14, Yale 8

AMHERST, Maine

AMHERST, Maine -- Freshman Brendan Glass scored a season-high seven goals in pacing No. 12 Massachusetts (14-8) over No. 15 Yale (3-5).

UMass built a 4-0 first-quarter lead and never trailed. The Elis cut their deficit to two -- 7-5 -- at the half, but the Minutemen outscored Yale 7-3 in the second half. Glass scored four in the first half, including converting on an over-the-shoulder pass from senior Matt Noone for a 6-2 edge at 8:52.

Notre Dame 16, Adelphi 15

SOUTH BEND, Ind.

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Randy Colley scored five goals and Robbie Snyder added four, leading No. 16 Notre Dame (6-1) past Adelphi (1-6). Andy Marinos scored six goals for Adelphi.

Lehigh 11, Holy Cross 5

BETHLEHEM, Pa.

BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Tony Souza (Annapolis) scored three goals and Matt Sweetman and Adam Stoler each contributed two, lifting No. 19 Lehigh (6-2, 2-0) over Holy Cross (2-6, 1-2) in a Patriot League game. Bill Mulderig scored three goals to lead Holy Cross.

Western Md. 12, Swarthmore 7

Dean Coccia (Chesapeake-AA) scored three goals and had four assists, pacing host Western Maryland (4-5, 1-0) past Swarthmore (1-10, 0-2) in a Centennial Conference game.

Salisbury 18, Greensboro 7

SALISBURY

SALISBURY -- Dod Poe (Loyola High) scored two goals and four assists to lead undefeated Salisbury State (9-0), ranked No. 2 in Division III, past Greensboro (5-5).

Fourteen players scored for Salisbury State, which outshot Greensboro, 25-7.

Boston College 19, MSM 6

LEWISBURG, Pa.

LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Laurens Goff had three goals and three assists to lead Boston College over Mount St. Mary's (0-6) in the Bucknell Invitational.

Wash. 16, Fr. & Marshall 12

CHESTERTOWN

CHESTERTOWN -- Chris Cote, Bart Jaeger and Jason Paige each scored four goals, leading host Washington College (7-2) past Franklin & Marshall (4-4) in a non-league game. Chris Megarett scored four goals to lead Franklin & Marshall.

Mary Wash. 21, Goucher 6

FREDERICKSBURG, Va.

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- Sophomore attackman Bill McLean Towson) scored four goals to lead Mary Washington (3-6, 1-1) past Goucher (2-8, 0-3) in a Capital Athletic Conference game.

St. Vincent 8, Villa Julie 7, OT

Dave Hansz scored in overtime to lift St. Vincent past host Villa Julie (0-4). Nick Costa led Villa Julie with two goals.

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