Brown stuns Orange, 20-12 Princeton, Duke roll

Irish beat Hobart in OT

March 30, 1997|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Brett Frood and Rob Lyle each scored five goals as unranked Brown upset No. 3 Syracuse, 20-12, yesterday at the Carrier Dome.

The Bears (3-3) led 8-4 at halftime, then outscored Syracuse 12-8 in the second half to seal the win. Rob Kavovit and Casey Powell each scored four goals for the Orangemen (4-2), who outshot Brown 52-40.

No. 1 Princeton 18, Yale 5: Jon Hess scored three goals and had four assists in less than two quarters of play, to lead Princeton (5-0) over Yale (0-5) in the Ivy League opener for both schools.

Hess, who has 23 points this season, and attack mates Jesse Hubbard (three goals, one assist) and Chris Massey (three goals, one assist) combined for 15 points for the second straight game, while extending the visiting Tigers' school-record winning streak to 18.

Hess scored one minute into the game before the Tigers rolled off nine straight goals to lead 10-1 after the first quarter.

No. 5 Duke 16, Harvard 5: Junior attackman John Fay scored seven goals and had two assists as the Blue Devils (6-1) rolled at Harvard.

Duke held Harvard (3-2) scoreless for 24 minutes and raced to an 8-1 halftime lead.

The Crimson got within 8-3 on goals by Jim Bevilaqua and Mike Ferrucci before Duke reeled off seven straight goals.

Hofstra 10, New Hampshire 3: Scott Jankow scored twice and Hofstra (5-0, 3-0) registered its 13th straight conference win over host New Hampshire in an America East League game.

Hofstra blanked New Hampshire for 49: 08 of the game. Jarred Testa and Chad Eisenhart each had two goals for the Flying Dutchman.

Notre Dame 10, No. 12 Hobart 9, OT: Sophomore attackman Chris Dusseau's second goal of the game, 27 seconds into overtime, lifted the host and No. 13 Fighting Irish (4-1) to victory over the Statesmen (1-2).

Dusseau converted off a pass from Will Deriso, who totaled four points, as Notre Dame rallied from a three-goal deficit in the fourth period. Consecutive goals by Ned Webster and Jimmy Keenan put the Irish ahead 9-8 with four minutes left, but Hobart's Jared Bebee forced overtime with a goal with 2: 24 left in regulation.

The game went back and forth early on before the Statesmen scored four straight times to lead 5-3 at halftime and 6-3 with 14: 01 left in the third period. Yet Notre Dame answered with four goals of their own, to move ahead 7-6 with less than 8 1/2 minutes left.

No. 15 Massachusetts 12, No. 14 Army 10: Seven players scored to help the Minutemen (4-2) edge the Cadets (4-2) at West Point, N.Y.

Ross Yastrzemsky scored three first-quarter goals as Army trailed 5-3 after one period. Chris Grande then added two goals in the second quarter as the Minutemen led 8-5 at halftime.

A goal by Jordan Gros pulled Army within 9-7 late in the third, but Massachusetts answered with goals by Mike DelPercio and Chris Martens to push the Minutemen's lead to 11-7.

Rutgers 15, Delaware 13: Craig Buckley scored three goals, including the go-ahead goal with 5: 50 left to play, and Brody Bush scored a goal and dished out six assists as the Knights (5-2) downed the host Blue Hens (2-5).

Rutgers won its third straight while the Blue Hens lost their third straight despite four goals from Jim Bruder. The game was halted for one hour midway through the third quarter due to lightning and thunderstorms.

Washington College 28, Dickinson 6: Andy Lopatin and Michael Wilson combined for six goals and two assists as the host Shoremen (6-1) rolled to victory in their Centennial Conference opener.

Washington College never trailed and used a seven-goal first quarter to lead 13-2 at halftime.

Pub Date: 3/30/97

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