NCAA Sunday Scores: Rounding Out the Weekend

Some upsets were big this week with St. John’s and Army winning while Duke had a scare. Here are some of the most interesting scores from around our network.

Towson Tigers 7 Hofstra Price 6

Senior goalkeeper Andrew Wascavage made a season-high 19 saves and sophomore Justin Mabus and junior Andrew Hodgson each scored four points as Towson men’s lacrosse (6-5, 2-0 CAA) claimed a 7-6 victory over No. 15 Hofstra (6-4, 1-2 CAA) on Saturday night at Unitas Stadium.

St. Johns Red Storm 2 Notre Dame Fighting Irish 10

No. 20/19 St. John’s (7-2, 2-1) played the role of giant killer once again as the Red Storm topped No. 1 Notre Dame (6-2, 1-1), 12-10 at Arlotta Stadium in Notre Dame, Ind., for its third victory over a ranked opponent on the season and first-ever over a top-ranked team.

Providence Friars 9 Rutgers Scarlet Knights 8

The Providence College men’s lacrosse team recorded its first BIG EAST win of the season with a 10-9 overtime win over Rutgers on Saturday, March 30 in Piscataway, N.J. The win marks the second BIG EAST win for the Friars since joining the conference in 2010, and Chris Gabrielli’s first conference win as head coach of the Friars. Providence improves to 7-3 (1-2 BIG EAST), while Rutgers falls to 2-8 (0-3 BIG EAST).

Loyola Greyhounds 9 Ohio State Buckeyes 4

Loyola University Maryland’s defense allowed just 23 Ohio State University shots, and the Greyhounds shutout the Buckeyes for a stretch of nearly 33 minutes during a 9-4 ECAC Lacrosse League victory on Saturday afternoon at Jesse Owens Memorial Field.

Maryland Terrapins 9 Virginia Cavaliers 7

Sophomore Jay Carlson scored three goals and junior goalie Niko Amato made 14 saves to lead the No. 2 University of Maryland men’s lacrosse team to a 9-7 victory over No. 15 Virginia on Saturday in front of 5,225 at Klockner Stadium.

The victory, which was the Terps’ first at Klockner Stadium since 2003, boosts the Terrapins’ record to 7-1 on the season and closes out their conference record at 2-1. The Cavaliers now stand at 5-6 overall and 0-1 in ACC play.

Duke Blue Devils 12 Harvard Crimson 11

Duke scored four unanswered in the fourth quarter to overcome a two-goal deficit and earn a thrilling 12-11 victory over Harvard in non-conference men’s lacrosse action at Harvard Stadium Saturday night. The Blue Devils stretch their win streak to six games with the win.

Air Force Falcons 10 Michigan Wolverines 6

A 9-0 scoring run led the Air Force lacrosse team to its first ECAC victory of the season, a 10-6 decision over Michigan Saturday afternoon at Michigan Stadium.