One week after the Virginia men's soccer team reentered the national rankings, Clemson shocked the No. 14 Cavaliers with two late goals to win, 2-1, last night in an Atlantic Coast Conference match in Charlottesville.

Virginia (7-5-1, 1-3-1 ACC) took the lead in the 70th minute, when freshman Kyle Martino's 35-yard shot beat goalkeeper Josh Campbell.

Clemson managed only four shots on goal during the game, but two just 2 1/2 minutes apart sealed the victory for the Tigers (4-5-2, 1-1-2). Alan Woods collected his own rebound and slipped the ball past goalie Kyle Singer to even the score in the 83rd minute. Then, Matt Elliott controlled a loose ball near the Virginia goal and drove home the game-winner. . . .

Princeton got second-half goals from Matt Douglas and Mike Nugent en route to a 2-0 victory over host American (5-7). . . .

Josh MacIver's goal in the 107th minute lifted host UNC Wilmington to a 1-0 overtime victory over George Mason. The Patriots (4-10-1, 0-4 Colonial Athletic Association) have lost eight straight.

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Junior midfielder Sena Maziarz converted a penalty kick in the 18th minute to lead Colgate past visiting Navy, 1-0, in a matchup of of the Patriot League's top teams. Colgate moved into first place in the league with a 5-0 record; Navy is 3-1. . . .

Tiffany Williams scored in the 84th minute to give Rutgers (7-8) a 3-2 win over George Mason (6-8) in Piscataway, N.J.

CROSS-COUNTRY: George Mason's runners took the individual honors at the Mason Cross-Country Invitational in Fairfax, but Maryland took the team titles. George Mason junior Dan McKay won the men's 8,000-meter run in 26 minutes 36.30 seconds. Maryland's Greg Vincent finished second in 26:41.40. In the women's race, GMU senior Jassi Loner ran the 5,000-meter course in a season-best 18:57.20. Maryland runners Elizabeth Ramage, Keri Seher and Kelly Crowley followed. Maryland's men had 26 points. Among the women, the Terrapins had 23 points and second-place George Mason had 53.