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No. 5 UMass men’s lacrosse team falls to Brown in overtime

  • Grant Whiteway of the University of Massachusetts, center, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly while defended by Roger Ferguson Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Grant Whiteway of the University of Massachusetts, center, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly while defended by Roger Ferguson Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.
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  • Kyle Smith of the University of Massachusetts, left front, shoots against Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Kyle Smith of the University of Massachusetts, left front, shoots against Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field.
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  • Connor Mooney of the University of Massachusetts, left, moves the ball against Clay Del Prince of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Connor Mooney of the University of Massachusetts, left, moves the ball against Clay Del Prince of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.
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  • Andrew Sokol of the University of Massachusetts, right, scores while defended by Sam Ford of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Andrew Sokol of the University of Massachusetts, right, scores while defended by Sam Ford of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.
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  • Sean Cleary of the University of Massachusetts, left, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Sean Cleary of the University of Massachusetts, left, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field.
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  • Matt Whippen of the University of Massachusetts, right, moves the ball against Brown University defenders Nick Weeden, left, and Daniel Mellynchuk Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

    Matt Whippen of the University of Massachusetts, right, moves the ball against Brown University defenders Nick Weeden, left, and Daniel Mellynchuk Saturday at Garber Field.
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  • Grant Whiteway of the University of Massachusetts, center, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly while defended by Roger Ferguson Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Kyle Smith of the University of Massachusetts, left front, shoots against Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Connor Mooney of the University of Massachusetts, left, moves the ball against Clay Del Prince of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Andrew Sokol of the University of Massachusetts, right, scores while defended by Sam Ford of Brown University Saturday at Garber Field. UMass lost 9-8 in overtime.<br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Sean Cleary of the University of Massachusetts, left, scores on Brown University goalie Jack Kelly Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS
  • Matt Whippen of the University of Massachusetts, right, moves the ball against Brown University defenders Nick Weeden, left, and Daniel Mellynchuk Saturday at Garber Field. <br/>JERREY ROBERTS

Grant Whiteway’s first collegiate hat trick wasn’t enough for the University of Massachusetts men’s lacrosse team to avoid a 9-8 overtime loss to Brown on Saturday at Garber Field.

The loss snapped a 16-game regular season winning streak for UMass dating back to April 23, 2011, when it lost to Hofstra.

Brown scored the final three goals of the fourth period to send the game to overtime against the fifth-ranked Minutement (3-1).

Matt Whippen scored once and leads UMass with nine goals on the year.

Zachary Oliveri made 15 saves for the Minutemen.

Women’s lacrosse

UMass 22, Iona 6 — Lauren Terracciano notched a career-high eight points (five goals, three assists as the No. 14 Minutewomen (4-2) cruised at home Saturday.

UMass had 13 players notch a point, with 11 different goal scorers.

Mount Holyoke 20, Skidmore 19 (OT) — Molly MacDonald scored the game-winner for the Lyons with 26 seconds left in overtime in their season-opener at home Saturday.

Kirsten Kilburn led Mount Holyoke with five goals, while MacDonald added four. Both players had two assists.

The Lyons scored five straight goals late to tie the game and force the extra frame.

Thomas 17, Elms 4 — Chelsey Grabowski of South Hadley had a goal and an assist for the Blazers in a season-opening loss Saturday at home.

Nora McDonough, also from South Hadley, scored her first collegiate goal for Elms.

Men’s hockey

New Hampshire 4, UMass 0 — The Minutemen (11-18-3. 8-15-2 Hockey East) were shut out Saturday in Durham, N.H.

Steve Mastalerz made 29 saves in the loss for UMass.

Women’s hockey

Bowdoin 3, Amherst 1 — Geneva Lloyd scored the lone goal as the Lord Jeffs’ season ended in the semifinals of the NESCAC Championship Saturday in Middlebury, Vt.

Amherst (13-11-1) failed to advance to the finals for the first time since 2006.

Kerri Stuart made 26 saves.

Baseball

UMass 7, Ohio 6 ; Tennessee 6, UMass 4 — The Minutemen split a pair of games over the weekend at the Irish Baseball Classic in Cary, N.C.

The Minutemen beat Ohio on Sunday in Cary, N.C.

Rob McLam had two hits and three RBI for UMass (1-2) in Sunday’s win over Ohio.

In Saturday’s loss, Rich Graef led UMass with three hits and an RBI, while Ryan Cusick added two RBIs.

Women’s track and field

— Keri Lambert, an Amherst native, won the 3000-meter (9 minutes, 53.90 seconds) event for Amherst College at the Tufts Last Chance meet Saturday in Medford.

Lambert won by 30 seconds.

— Becky Stoyle had a second place finish in the triple jump (41-10.00) for UMass at the ECAC Championships in Cambridge on Saturday.

Men’s track and field

Amherst College’s Pat Grimes qualified for the NCAA Championships in the mile-run (4:11.72) for Amherst College at Tufts Last Chance.

Grimes took first by close to a second.

Men’s swimming & diving

Amherst College’s Asher Lichtig, Mark Idleman and Colin White all qualified for the NCAA Championships at the NCAA Diving Regionals in Springfield on Saturday.

Lichtig was fourth in the 3-meter (527.70). White (493.70) and Idleman (454.85) were fifth and eighth respectively.

Women’s swimming & diving

— Kaitlyn Linsmayer set a program record for Amherst College in the 3-meter dive (500.10) in Springfield on Saturday.

Linsmayer qualified for the NCAA Championships.

Men’s squash

Amherst College freshman Noah Browne reached the quarterfinals of the CSA Individual Championships on Sunday in Hartford.

Browne won his first three matches, including a victory over top-seeded Mohamed Abdel Maksoud of Columbia, before falling to Dartmouth senior Robbie Maycock in the quarters.

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