Duke trips up UMass for 9th win in row, 13-8

Frood, Durnan score 4 each

Virginia kicks Heels, 17-14

Nation

April 11, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jared Frood and T. J. Durnan each had four goals to lead second-ranked Duke over Massachusetts, 13-8, yesterday in men's lacrosse in Durham, N.C.

It was Duke's school-record ninth straight win, eclipsing last season's mark when the Blue Devils won eight straight after losing their opener.

No. 5 Virginia 17, No. 15 North Carolina 14: Jay Jalbert ended a two-game scoring drought with three goals, including two in the final quarter, as the host Cavaliers (6-2, 2-0) pulled away in an Atlantic Coast Conference game.

Chase Martin (Gilman) led the Tar Heels (5-5, 0-2) with four goals.

No. 9 Georgetown 12, Notre Dame 8: Senior Greg McCavera become Georgetown's all-time leading scorer with three goals and two assists as the host Hoyas (6-2) rallied from four goals down to defeat the host Irish (5-4).

McCavera's 190 career points surpassed the 189 of Chris Remington (1992-95).

Georgetown trailed 4-0 late in the opening quarter but pulled even at halftime on McCavera's second goal.

No. 10 Princeton 11, Brown 5: B. J. Prager's season-high four goals led the host Tigers (4-3) to their fourth straight win. Princeton also extended its Ivy League winning streak to 22.

Josh Sims chipped in two goals and two assists for the Tigers, who converted four of six extra-man opportunities.

No. 11 Penn State 7, Hobart 6: The Nittany Lions (6-2) broke from a 2-2 tie after one quarter with three second-period goals on the way to victory in University Park, Pa. John Chescavage and Eric Wood each had two goals for Penn State.

No. 14 Hofstra 14, Vermont 4: Chris Rogler had three goals and Scott Dooley three assists as the host Flying Dutchmen (7-2, 3-1 America East) won their seventh straight game. Hofstra scored the first 11 goals against the Catamounts (2-5, 0-2).

Pub Date: 4/11/99

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