Dartmouth startles No. 3 Princeton, 13-6

UMass trips Syracuse

0-3 skid longest since '81

Nation men

College Lacrosse

April 27, 2003|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Tom Daniels had four goals and two assists and Andrew Goldstein recorded 17 saves as Dartmouth pulled off one of the biggest upsets in school history by stunning No. 3 Princeton, 13-6, yesterday at the Class of 1952 Field in Princeton, N.J.

The win, coupled with Cornell's 14-3 victory at Brown, set up the potential for a three-way tie atop the Ivy League standings among Dartmouth (10-2, 4-1), Princeton and Cornell.

Cornell, which finished its Ivy League season at 5-1, has clinched at least a share of the title.

Dartmouth will go for at least a share of its third league crown Friday when it plays host to Harvard. Princeton faces visiting Brown on Saturday.

In case of a three-way tie, the three teams will share the 2003 title, but the league's automatic NCAA bid will be determined by a drawing conducted by the Ivy League's executive director.

The win over the Tigers ended a 14-game losing streak to Princeton dating to 1988, and it was only Dartmouth's seventh win in 51 meetings.

No. 4 Massachusetts 14, No. 11 Syracuse 13: Jeff Zywicki scored at the 1:10 mark of overtime to propel the host Minutemen (12-1) to their first win over the Orangemen (7-5) in 21 meetings.

Syracuse has lost three straight for the first time since 1981.

No. 2 Virginia 11, No. 15 Penn State 10: The visiting Nittany Lions (6-6) saw their five-game winning streak end after falling behind 5-0.

Tillman Johnson (St. Mary's) made 15 saves for the Cavaliers (10-2), while Chris Garrity, his counterpart and former high school teammate, stopped 20 shots.

No. 7 Hofstra 9, No. 13 Duke 8: Tim Treubig's second goal of the game with 2:34 to play gave the surging Pride (10-4) a come-from-behind win at home over the Blue Devils (8-7).

Hofstra, which has won five straight, rallied from a 6-3 deficit in the third quarter behind goals from five different players.

No. 5 Georgetown 8, No. 7 Rutgers 4: The Hoyas (10-1, 4-1 ECAC) held the Scarlet Knights (9-4, 2-2) to their lowest goal output of the season, getting nine saves from goalie Rich D'Andrea to pick up a league win in Washington.

No. 9 North Carolina 11, Air Force 5: Freshman Scott Falatach (St. Mary's) continued his recent run of strong play, matching career highs with four goals and five points to lead the Tar Heels (7-6) past the Falcons (3-9) in Chapel Hill, N.C.

No. 14 Ohio State 14, Butler 10: The visiting Buckeyes (8-3, 4-1) clinched their first NCAA tournament berth, claiming the Great Western Lacrosse League title with the win over the Bulldogs (5-8, 1-4).

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