NEWARK, Del. — North Carolina beat host Delaware 6-0 on Friday afternoon at Rullo Stadium to improve to 4-0 on the year. Juniors Jaclyn Gaudioso Radvany and Kelsey Kolojejchick scored two goals each in the win. Sophomore Marta Malmberg added a goal, her first of the season, and an assist. Junior Katie Plyler closed out the scoring with her first goal of the fall.
The Tar Heels will stay in Delaware for the weekend, taking on Lafayette Sunday at noon in a neutral site matchup at Rullo Field.
No. 5 Syracuse 2, Ohio State 0
COLUMBUS, OHIO – Syracuse used two goals in the last 10 minutes to squeeze out the Ohio State Buckeyes this afternoon at Buckeye Varsity Field. Junior forward Kelsey Millman and senior midfielder Liz McInerney both tallied goals as the Orange improved to 3-1 with its second consecutive victory. The Buckeyes moved to 2-4.
The two teams fought to a 0-0 tie after the first half with Ohio State recording five shots to Syracuse’s three.
Syracuse struck first to take a 1-0 advantage at the 60:04 mark when senior forward Heather Susek took a shot from the left side of the field. The blast was stopped by OSU goalkeeper Ally Tunitis, but quickly picked up the rebound and passed it to Millman who found the back of the cage.
No. 7 Virginia 2, Miami (Ohio) 1
OXFORD, Ohio — Freshman Jessica White’s first career goal in the 69th minute proved to be the game-winner as Virginia defeated Miami 2-1 Friday in Oxford, Ohio. Junior Britt Knouse also scored for the Cavaliers.
Miami tied the game 1-1 in the 51st minute, converting on a penalty corner after stepping up the pressure in the second half.
Heading into the final two minutes, senior Alex Jahnle stepped up into the circle and passed the pall to White, who punched it through to give Virginia the win.
No. 10 Boston College 1, No. 11 Boston University 0
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– Boston College defeated cross-town rival Boston University in front of a hefty crowd at Harvard’s Jordan Field on Friday evening. With the victory, the Eagles extend their win streak to three games.
BC was strong on both sides of the ball, as the Eagles outshot the Terriers, 13-5, and forced more penalty corners, 6-4. The lone goal of the game was scored by junior captain Jacqui Moorfield, marking her second of the season.
Senior goalkeeper Nicole Barry posted three saves and recorded the win in the cage for BC.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.