Jay Card (three goals) scored the winner with 1:13 left in the second overtime to lift No.6 Hofstra over Army, 9-8, last night in men's lacrosse.
The Pride (5-1) led 8-6 in the fourth quarter, but Army rallied and tied the score on Kevin LoRusso's goal with 5:16 left. Michael Colleluori had three goals and an assist and freshman Andrew Gvozden made a career-high 17 saves for Hofstra. Army is 5-4.
St. John's 2, Columbia 1: Scott Ferrara's fifth-inning single scored Joe Witkowski and gave the Storm (12-7) a 2-1 lead. Eddie Medina got the win, surrendering a run on four hits in five innings. Columbia (2-16) used nine pitchers, each going an inning.
Kean (N.J.) 3, Farmingdale State 0: Mike Moceri went 3-for-4 with two RBIs for Kean (14-4). Chris Phelan allowed four hits and a run in five innings for State (11-10).
SUNY Old-Westbury 14, John Jay 10: Joseph Mansella went 4-for-5 with two RBIs for Old Westbury (8-4). John Jay is 3-13.
Siena 10, Hofstra 4: Anthony Giansanti went 3-for-5 with a homer and five RBIs for Siena (3-18). Adam Perlo went 2-for-4 with an RBI and Mark Stuckless drove in two runs for Hofstra (2-13).
Stony Brook sweeps. Alyssa Struzenberg gave up a hit in five innings and Marissa Fluerty had three RBIs as Stony Brook won, 10-0, over Rhode Island in Game 1 of a non-conference doubleheader. In Game 2, Colleen Matthes pitched a shutout as the Seawolves (14-3) won, 6-0. Molly Kestranek went 3-for-3 with three RBIs.
C.W. Post sweeps. Megan Correia's single scored Katie Fisher in the eighth inning and gave Post (9-7, 2-0 ECC) a 4-3 win over Mercy in Game 2. In the opener, Amanda Aiello singled in Christie Softy in the sixth for a 3-2 victory.
Dowling, New Haven split. Brianna Gleason gave up a run and struck out 10 in seven innings in leading New Haven (7-5) to a 3-1 win in Game 1. Dowling (9-11) won the nightcap, 5-1, behind Keri Boystak's three RBIs. Katie Cameron got the win.