College Lacrosse
No. 2 Terps top No. 1 Duke, 10-6

Senior Mike Chanenchuk tied his career high with five goals to pace the offense, while senior Niko Amato made 17 saves to anchor the defense in No. 2 Maryland’s 10-6 win over No. 1 Duke on Saturday afternoon in front of 5,055 in College Park.

The Terrapins (4-0, 2-0 ACC) scored seven straight goals and held the Blue Devils (4-1, 0-1) scoreless for more than 26 minutes from the middle of the second quarter until the fourth quarter.

Jay Carlson and Matt Rambo each notched a goal and an assist for Maryland, which is 62-20 all-time against Duke. Amato has 516 career saves, making him the third Maryland goalie in the program’s 89 seasons to reach 500 saves. . . .

James Pannell scored seven goals and Mark Cockerton added seven points as No. 4 Virginia (6-0, 1-0 ACC) pulled away from No. 8 Syracuse (2-2, 0-2) for a 17-12 triumph on Saturday night in Charlottesville.

Trailing 3-0, the Cavaliers scored the next six goals as seven starters scored at least one point. . . .

Anchored by sophomore T.J. Hanzsche’s career-high six-goal performance, Navy cruised to a 21-12 victory over Holy Cross in Annapolis.

Eight players combined to score the 21 goals for the Midshipmen (2-2, 1-1 Patriot League), the most scored by Navy since 2004.

Hanzsche tied a mark for most goals by a Navy player in a Patriot League game.

Senior Sam Jones finished with six points on five goals and one assist to jump from 20th to 17th on Navy’s career scoring list with 122 points, and Tucker Hull added three goals.

Terry McKenna and Sean Wilkinson tallied four points apiece for the Crusaders (0-4, 0-2). . . .

In Hempstead, N.Y., Georgetown’s late rally fell short in a 9-8 overtime loss to Hofstra.

Tyler Knarr won the opening faceoff in overtime for the Hoyas (2-2), who controlled the ball through much of the extra frame. But Torin Varn won it for Hofstra (2-2) by converting on a late fast break.

Bo Stafford, Reilly O’Connor and Devon Lewis scored two goals apiece for Georgetown, which trailed by five goals in the first half. Brier Davis scored three second-quarter goals for the Pride.

— From news services

and staff reports