No. 2 North Carolina shuts out BC
Roundup: No. 7 Stanford wins first game on east coast road trip
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- North Carolina stayed undefeated in Atlantic Coast Conference play and earned its ninth shutout of the season Saturday with a 2-0 win against Boston College at Francis E. Henry Stadium. The Tar Heels improved to 12-1 overall and 3-0 in ACC play with the win while B.C. fell to 8-5 overall (1-3 ACC).
The shutout was UNC's fifth in a row. The Tar Heels last allowed a goal on Sept. 21 in a 5-1 win against Longwood.
Tar Heel junior Kelsey Kolojejchick scored the gamewinner in the 28th minute of play when she dribbled into the circle and lofted a shot into the top of the cage above the head of Boston College goalkeeper Nicole Barry. Kolojejchick’s goal was her team-high 13th of the season.
No. 3 Maryland 2, No. 8 Duke 1
DURHAM, N.C. -- Maryland's Jemma Buckley scored two penalty corner goals to lift the Terps to a 2-1 victory against Duke on Saturday afternoon.
Duke's Martine Chichizola scored her first career goal and the Blue Devils outshot Maryland 15-9. Chichizola tied the game at one-all in the 48th minute, with assists credited to senior Tara Jennings and sophomore Caashia Karringten.
Buckley scored her second penalty corner in the 61st minute to seal the deal for the Terps.
No. 7 Stanford 4, Harvard 1
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Stanford handed Harvard its first home loss and snapped the Crimson's four-game winning streak 4-1 Saturday afternoon at Jordan Field.
Becky Dru had a goal and two assists to lead Stanford (10-1) to its ninth consecutive win. Emma Keller scored for the Crimson (6-4), while Cynthia Tassopoulos made eight saves. The Cardinal's three corner goals came on just four corner chances, while they limited the Crimson to two corners with strong tackling on the edge of Harvard's offensive circle.
Game information and photos compiled from athletic department websites.