No. 16 Lehigh 14, Lafayette 5: Dan Taylor had four goals and the host Mountain Hawks (10-4, 6-0 Patriot League) opened with a 4-0 run. The Leopards (3-10, 0-6) never got closer than two goals.
Brian Bock scored twice for Lafayette, whose seaon ended on a three-game losing streak.
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Sean Wright had four goals for Providence, which fell to 8-7, 1-4.
Freshman Jack Connelly made seven saves for the Friars. St. John's Jeff Lowman finished with 11, eight of which came in the second half.
Providence held the advantage in shots, 39-32, and ground balls, 32-23.
No. 18 Bucknell 13, Colgate 8: David Dickson and Sam Grinberg sparked an 8-1 run to finish the game, for the Bison (11-3, 5-1), who clinched the No. 2 seed in the Patriot League tournament.
Colgate fell to 8-5, 3-3.
Sean Doyle scored four goals, Dickson had four assists, and Grinberg made six saves in the final 22:07.
No. 19 Virginia 12, Bellarmine 7: Mark Cockerton scored four goals and Rob Emery added three as the host Cavaliers (6-7) halted their six-game losing streak by beating the Knights (7-5).
Virginia last won March 5 before tying the program's longest slide since 1965-1966. The six losses in a row equaled the Cavaliers' most in a season since the program went 0-8 in 1939.
Ryan Parietti had a game-high four goals, and Adam Fishman and K.C. Beard each scored one on for the Big Green (3-9, 1-4).