Price's fast OT goal sparks Syracuse over Brown, 10-9 Harvard tops Duke, 15-13

Army upends UMass, 9-8

March 31, 1996|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Toby Price scored 16 seconds into overtime as No. 7 Syracuse edged No. 3 Brown, 10-9, at Brown Stadium yesterday. The game included five ties and three lead changes.

Rob Kavovit scored two minutes into the third quarter to give the Orangemen (4-2) their biggest lead at 7-4. The Bears (4-2) then scored three straight, shutting out Syracuse for the rest of the third quarter to tie the game at 7.

Brown went ahead 8-7 in the first minute of the fourth quarter, but Kavovit and Jim Morrissey scored on feeds from Doug Jackson to re-take the lead at 9-8 with three minutes remaining in the game.

But the Bears sent the game into overtime when Roy Moore converted a pass from Josh Selig with 2 1/2 minutes left.

The Orangemen dominated possession with advantages in shots (55-36), ground balls (42-33) and faceoffs (16-6).

Army 9, Massachusetts 8, OT: Dan Brostek netted the game-winner in overtime as No. 18 Army (4-2) upset No. 13 Massachusetts (3-3) in Amherst, Mass. The Minutemen tied the game in regulation with a 6-1 run.

Harvard 15, Duke 13: Pat Marvin scored a career-high four goals as No. 16 Harvard (3-0) upset No. 8 Duke (5-3). The Blue Devils had won four straight games.

The Crimson busted open an 8-8 game with a 5-0 run that bridged the third and fourth quarters.

Princeton 19, Yale 8: Jon Hess scored a career-best five goals and added an assist to pace No. 2 Princeton (4-1) past visiting Yale (2-4) before 1,909 at the Class of 1952 Stadium. After the Bulldogs closed to within 3-2, the Tigers scored 10 of the next 11 goals.

Notre Dame 6, Hobart 5, OT: Brian Gilfillan scored the winning goal 38 seconds into overtime as No.12 Notre Dame (5-1) won its fifth straight, edging No.15 Hobart (1-3) in Geneva, N.Y. After going scoreless for 12 minutes, the Statesmen scored twice in 30 seconds to tie the game at 5 to push the game to overtime.

Georgetown 14, Navy 12: Freshman attackman Greg McCavera totaled a career-best five goals to lift No.14 Georgetown (4-3) over visiting Navy (3-4).

The Midshipmen got as close as with a 3-0 run, including two goals from Alex Borcz. Navy goalkeeper Garrett Leubker made 17 saves.

Hofstra 12, New Hampshire 6: Jarred Testa scored four goals and Blake Miller added three goals and two assists to help No. 11 Hofstra (4-2) over visiting New Hampshire.

Bucknell 10, Villanova 5: Michael Kennedy totaled three goals and two assists as No.20 Bucknell (5-0) defeated visiting Villanova (1-6).

Mount St. Mary's 13, VMI 11: Roland Miller scored three goals as the Mountaineers (3-4) downed the visiting Keydets (3-3) to equal their victory total from all of last season.

Salisbury State 24, Rensselaer 6: Jason Coffman broke the single-game school records for assists (14) and total points (15) as Division III's top-ranked Sea Gulls (8-0) routed visiting Rensselaer (3-2). The old record of 14 total points was held by current Loyola coach Dave Cottle (1976).

Western Maryland 17, Randolph-Macon 10: Matt Hoppe scored six goals and two assists as host Western Maryland (6-0) remained undefeated with a win over Randolph-Macon (3-4).

Marymount 15, Goucher 6: Brian Mahoney scored five goals as Marymount (3-3) defeated host Goucher (2-6).

Pub Date: 3/31/96

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