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Hofstra rallies to upset No. 20 Rutgers in double OT

Jill Maier scored off a K'Leigh Vanaman pass with 2:06 remaining in double overtime to lift the Hofstra women's lacrosse team to a 10-9 upset of No. 20 Rutgers at Hofstra Saturday.

Hofstra (4-2) rallied from a 7-4 deficit and tied the score at 8 on Sandy Wasserbach's goal with 47 seconds left in regulation. Rutgers regained the lead on Brooke Cantwell's goal in overtime, but Corinne Gandolfi (two goals) tied it for Hofstra with 2:18 left.

Vanaman had two goals and two assists. Kristen Anderson had two goals and an assist for Rutgers (5-1).

The win was the Pride's first against a nationally-ranked opponent since beating 20th-ranked James Madison last season.

Dowling 11, Georgian Court (N.J.) 3:Cassandra Cronin had three goals and an assist, and Brianna Falese, Stephanie Cotter and Kimberly Harrington each had two goals to lead Dowling (2-0). Lauren Conaty had a goal and an assist for Georgian Court (3-1).

Stony Brook 12, Massachusetts 6:Melissa Cook scored three goals to lead Stony Brook (2-4). Samantha Djaha and Jackie Hughes each had two goals and an assist. Ali Houlis had two goals for Massachusetts (3-5).

Notre Dame 14, California 12:Ansley Stewart's goal with 1:34 remaining gave No. 11 Notre Dame a 13-12 lead in double-overtime and Gina Scioscia added another with four seconds left. Shaylyn Blaney (Ward Melville) scored four goals for Notre Dame (3-1). Allie Welsh had four goals and four assists for California (1-4).

MEN'S LACROSSEDowling 9, Adelphi 8:Redmond Killpack scored the game-winner with 10:30 left for Dowling (2-1). Kyle O'Brien had tied the score for Dowling with 13:15 left. Adelphi had led 8-6 heading into the fourth quarter. Kevin Kemp had three goals and an assist and Joe Vitale added three goals for Adelphi (1-1).

Farmingdale State 13, Clark (Mass.) 7:Erick Thompson scored six goals to lead Farmingdale State (3-1). Rob Nosworthy added three goals and Sean Maxwell had two. Shawn Roche scored three goals for Clark (0-2).

Drexel 11, St. John's 4:Robert Church had three goals and an assist to lead Drexel (5-1). Colin Ambler and Scott Perri each had a goal and an assist. Garrett Mitchell and Charlie Holenstein each had a goal and an assist for St. John's (2-2).

Monroe CC 7, Nassau CC 5: Nate Delome had two goals and an assist to lead Monroe (2-0). James Kiernan scored two goals and Andrew Zolly made 13 saves for Nassau CC (2-1).

Virginia 12, Cornell 4: Chris Bocklet had two goals and two assists to lead top-ranked Virginia (6-0). Huntington natives Rhamel and Shamel Bratton each scored two goals. Rob Pannell had a goal and three groundballs for No. 8 Cornell (4-1).

Maryland 12, Towson 8: Joe Cummings had two goals and an assist to lead No. 6 Maryland (4-0). Will Harrington scored three goals for Towson (0-3).

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