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Cavs, Navy, U-Md. Fall in First Round

Meantime, Virginia junior Ben Rubeor had no points and went 0 for 6 shooting. Sophomore Danny Glading had four goals and an assist for Virginia.

"I think today's win says a lot about the growth of not only our program but about the growth of the game," Delaware Coach Bob Shillinglaw said.

· NORTH CAROLINA 12, NAVY 8: The Tar Heels broke open a 7-7 tie in the fourth quarter before 1,615 at Fetzer Field in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Midshipmen (11-4) scored four goals in the first 10 minutes. In the final three quarters, they made 4 of 31.

Sophomore goalie Grant Zimmerman finished with 12 saves. He had 10 in the second half.

"Their zone gave us some problems and threw our timing off," Navy Coach Richie Meade said.

Senior Billy Looney had three goals and an assist and Dingman added two goals and an assist.

· ALBANY 19, LOYOLA COLLEGE 10: Senior Merrick Thompson had five goals and an assist as the Great Danes (15-2) won before 2,953 at home. Albany had leads of 8-2 and 13-4 over the Greyhounds (7-6).

U-Md., U-Va. Women Win

Senior Krista Pellizzi scored five goals and junior Kelly Kasper added three goals and two assists as Maryland defeated Yale, 13-7, in an NCAA women's lacrosse tournament first-round game at Ludwig Field.

Lauren Taylor had two goals for the Bulldogs (13-4).

· VIRGINIA 19, PRINCETON 10: The Cavaliers rebounded after giving two goals in the first 90 seconds at home. Virginia (17-3) outscored Princeton (10-7) 8-1 the rest of the first half and cruised into the quarterfinals.

Junior Kate Breslin finished with six goals -- three in each half -- sophomore Blair Weymouth added five goals and three assists and freshman Brittany Kalkstein had six draws for Virginia.

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