NCAA lacrosse scores 2013: St. John's upsets No. 1 Notre Dame


The Johnnies picked up a big win Saturday, though they weren't the only ones to pull off an upset over the weekend.

The college lacrosse schedule this past weekend included several matchups between ranked teams, and there were some upsets. Perhaps the most notable outcome over the last few days was No. 19 St. John's 12-10 victory over top-ranked Notre Dame.

Elsewhere, No. 7 North Carolina needed overtime to defeat No. 10 John's Hopkins, 11-10. R.G. Keenan netted the game-winner for the Tar Heels.

In the Ivy League, No. 8 Princeton had little trouble with No. 20 Brown, winning 15-8. Yale pulled off a 7-6 upset over No. 11 Pennsylvania, and No. 3 Cornell crushed Dartmouth, 21-5.

Here's a look at some of the other scores from the weekend:

No. 2 Maryland 9, No. 15 Virginia 7
No. 4 Denver 14, Hobart 5
No. 5 Loyola (MD) 9, No. 13 Ohio State 4
No. 6 Bucknell 16, Holy Cross 9
No. 12 Duke 12, Harvard 11
No. 14 Drexel 11, Delaware 10
Towson 7, No. 16 Hofstra 6
No. 17 Penn State 7, Villanova 6
No. 18 Lehigh 12, Navy 7

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