In an upset, Colgate tops UMass, 13-11

No. 3 Duke ousts Syracuse

Salisbury defeats Goucher

May 13, 2012|From Sun staff reports

Chris Zielinski scored the go-ahead goal with 7:12 left and Colgate beat sixth-seeded Massachusetts, 13-11, in the first round of the NCAA Division I men's lacrosse tournament Saturday in Amherst, Mass.

The loss was the first of the season for the top-ranked Minutemen (15-1). Tewaaraton Award finalist Peter Baum had two goals and an assist for a nation's-best 66 goals and 94 points.

No. 3 Duke 12, Syracuse 9: Redshirt senior midfielder Justin Turri had three goals and two assists, and goalie Dan Wigrizer posted 12 saves for the host Blue Devils (14-4).

Denver 16, No. 8 North Carolina 14: Marcus Holman (Gilman) scored a game-high six goals, but the host Tar Heels (11-6) lost. Mark Matthews paced the Pioneers (9-6) with five goals.

Division III

Salisbury 12, Goucher 4: Matt Cannone scored three goals and the host Sea Gulls (20-0) beat the Gophers (18-2) in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

SUNY-Cortland 10, Stevens 9: Joe Slavic scored the game-winner with 3:53 left for the host Red Dragons (19-0).

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 15, Western New England 9: Freshman Kyle Aquin scored four goals for the host Tigers (17-2).

Union 10, Bowdoin 4: Ted McKenna had a hat trick to lead the Dutchmen (13-4) past the Polar Bears (14-6).

Cabrini 12, Dickinson 7: Bobby Thorpe had a hat trick and the visiting Cavaliers (17-2) beat the Red Devils (15-4).

Tufts 17, Trinity 8: Sean Kirwan had four goals to lead nine players who scored as the host Jumbos (17-2) rolled past the Bantams (11-7).

Denison 10, Lynchburg 5: Eddie Vita had five points (three goals, two assists) for the visiting Big Red (15-1).

McDaniel 13, Morrisville State 7: DJ Rickels (Boys' Latin) had four goals to power the host Green Terror in the opening round of the Eastern College Athletic Conference Mid-Atlantic Region tournament.

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