Unranked Colgate men topple No. 4 Navy, 6-3


March 19, 2006|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

The unranked Colgate men's lacrosse team scored four unanswered goals in the fourth quarter to upset No. 4 Navy, 6-3, yesterday in Hamilton, N.Y.

It was Navy's second loss in conference play since joining the Patriot League three years ago.

The Raiders scored three goals in a span of 1:59 in the final period.

Navy is the highest-ranked team Colgate has ever beaten.

The Raiders' goalkeeper, Andrew Jarolimek, had one of the strongest performances of his career and finished with nine saves.

Colgate (5-1, 1-0) dominated the pace of the game early on as Navy struggled to get the ball to the offensive end of the field.

The Mids (5-1, 2-1) had multiple clearing opportunities that went awry, most likely because of the strong winds and heavy snow in the opening period.

Navy was 0-for-4 on clear attempts before finally getting its first offensive possession after four minutes had elapsed.

The Mids were held scoreless for the final 17 minutes, while Colgate had an offensive explosion in the final quarter, scoring four goals on eight shots in the last 15 minutes.

Navy held a 33-24 advantage on shots and a 30-28 edge in groundballs over the Raiders.

The Colgate defense allowed the Mids to clear just 16 of 22 times. Colgate was successful on 17 of 19 clears.

The Raiders were 2-for-4 on man-up opportunities, while Navy was 0-for-1.

Billy Looney scored all three goals for the Mids and goalie Matt Russell had five saves.

No. 3 Duke 11, North Carolina 8 -- After falling behind 6-0, the host Blue Devils (6-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) used a 9-0 run spanning over 30 minutes to earn the victory over the Tar Heels (2-6, 0-1).

No. 7 Massachusetts 13, Brown 9 -- Brett Garber scored four goals to lead the host Minutemen (4-1) past the Bears (2-3).

No. 8 Georgetown 11, Hobart 9 -- Sean Denihan led the Hoyas (4-1, 2-0 Eastern College Athletic Association) with five goals and one assist as they defeated the Statesmen (3-2, 0-1).

No. 9 Delaware 7, Butler 6 -- Freshman Beau Davis had a hat trick as the host Blue Hens (8-1) defeated the Bulldogs (1-5).

No. 10 Hofstra 9, No. 6 Princeton 5 -- Joe Mascaretti won 14 of 17 face-offs and the Pride (4-1) dominated possession throughout en route to the win over the visiting Tigers (2-2). Hofstra had 18 more shots and 19 more groundballs than Princeton while winning its fourth straight game after an opening loss.

No. 17 Loyola 6, St. John's 5 -- Goalie Michael Fretwell had a season-high 16 saves as the visiting Greyhounds (3-2, 2-0 ECAC) edged the Red Storm (2-3, 1-1). Andrew Spack and Ryan Rabidou each had two goals for Loyola.

Siena 10, Mount St. Mary's 9 -- Matt Walsh scored on a pass from Michael Aylward in the third overtime period to give the visiting Saints (1-4, 1-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Association) the win over the Mount (0-5, 0-1). It was Siena's first win over the Mount in 12 attempts.

Salisbury 13, St. Mary's 3 -- Kylor Berkman and Mike Edwards paced the host Sea Gulls (8-0, 4-0 Capital Athletic Conference) with two goals each as they defeated the Seahawks (4-2, 0-1). Dave Mueller had two goals for St. Mary's.

Washington College 8, McDaniel 7 -- Andrew Generazio scored the game-winning goal with 6:42 left to play to give the host Shoremen (6-0, 1-0 Centennial Conference) the win over their Centennial Conference foe, the Green Terror (3-2, 0-1).

Goucher 9, Marymount 4 -- The Gophers (2-6, 1-2 CAC) scored five goals in the fourth quarter to get past the visiting Saints (4-3, 0-2).


No. 2 Duke 10, No. 6 Georgetown 8 -- Despite only scoring one goal in the second half, the host Blue Devils (7-0) held on to defeat the Hoyas (4-1). Kristen Waagbo had six points (four goals, two assists) for Duke and Coco Stanwick paced Georgetown with three (two goals, one assist).

No. 4 Maryland 19, Old Dominion 7 -- Kelly Kasper had a career-high seven points (five goals, two assists) as the host Terps (5-3) cruised past the Monarchs (2-2). Delia Cox added a hat trick for Maryland and Brooke Richards had two goals. The Terps' defense held Old Dominion scoreless for nearly 27 minutes in the game.

No. 7 Princeton 17, No. 12 Penn State 9 -- Katherine Miller and Kristin Schwab each scored four goals for the visiting Tigers (2-2). Shari Maslin had two goals and two assists for the Nittany Lions (3-3), who have lost three straight.

No. 8 North Carolina 10, No. 5 Virginia 9 -- Christina Juras scored the eventual game-winner with five minutes remaining in regulation to give the visiting Tar Heels (6-2) the win over the Cavaliers (4-2). Tyler Leachman had a game-high three goals for Virginia.

No. 9 Dartmouth 18, James Madison 5 -- Casey Hazel had a career-best five goals and two assists to lead the Big Green (3-1) past the Dukes (3-2) in Florida. Jen Pittman also had five goals for Dartmouth.

No. 10 Boston University 13, George Mason 6 -- Behind four goals from Jenny Hauser, the host Terriors (3-2) beat the visiting Patriots (3-2).

No. 18 William & Mary 14, UMBC 12 -- The Tribe (4-2) scored the first six goals of the second half to erase an 8-4 halftime deficit. Kelly Fahey had a hat trick for the Retievers (3-4).

Mount St. Mary's 12, Fairfield 7 -- Ellie Keener had a career-high six goals to lead the Mount (2-5) over the visiting Stags (3-3).

Salisbury 24, Goucher 3 -- Kate Scott scored four goals and assisted three as the host Sea Gulls (6-0, 3-0 Capital Athletic Conference) defeated the Gophers (2-3, 1-2). Kate Knitter led Goucher with two goals.

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