NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Senior Maria Lubrano scored with less than six minutes to play Sunday afternoon to lift North Carolina to a 1-0 womens soccer victory over Notre Dame at Alumni Stadium and the title of the Notre Dame Invitational.
Brooke Elby sent a through ball to Green, who dribbled past a pair of defenders to the end line, gingerly keeping the ball in play before sending it to the onrushing Lubrano.
Freshman Summer Green was named the tournaments Offensive MVP. Amber Brooks won Defensive MVP.
N.C. State 3, Elon 0: The host Wolfpack received little resistance from the Phoenix to win its fourth-straight game.
Jennie Krauser, Rachel Harris and Sharon Wojcik each got their first goals of the .
Shelli Spamer, Cheyenne Spade and Sharon Wojcik recorded assists.
Duke 4, Washington State 0: The Blue Devils shut out the Cougars to improve to 2-0 in the USC Futbol Classic.
Kim DeCesare opened the scoring in the 23rd minute. Callie Simpkins scored in the 41st and 83rd, around a penalty kick conversion from Laura Weinberg in the 50th.
Cassie Pecht, Maddy Haller and Katy Colas had assists.
East Carolina: Following a 90-minute lightning delay, the Pirates game against Charlotte was halted with the 49ers ahead 2-1. No make-up date has been announced.
N.C. State 2, Santa Clara 1: The Wolfpack roared back from an early deficit behind goals from Zabarle Kollie and Alex Martinez to win the John Rennie Invitational at Dukes Koskinen Stadium.
After falling behind in the fifth minute, Nazmi Albadawi assisted Kollie for the equalizer in the 37th. Martinez, who was named tournament MVP, scored the game-winner minutes into the second half.
Duke 2, Delaware 1: The host Blue Devils scored a pair of goals in a three minute span after falling behind the Blue Hens early to close out the John Rennie Invitational.
Freshman Luis Rendon netted the game winner with an assist from Sebastien Ibeagha in the 31st minute of the Dukes first win of the year.
Sophomore Nick Palodichuk netted Dukes first goal with assists from freshman Ryan Thompson and Rendon.
North Carolina 6, Cornell 1: Sophomore Loren Shealy came off the bench to score twice, and the Tar Heels also got goals from Emma Bozek, Jaclyn Gaudioso Radvany, Kelsey Kolojejchick and Sinead Loughran while limiting host Cornell to just five shots at Ithaca, N.Y.
UNC finished with 30 shots and had eight penalty corners. The Big Red drew two.
Duke 6, Longwood 2: Junior Devon Gagliardi registered a hat trick and the visiting Blue Devils evened their record at 2-2 at Farmville, Va.
Duke also received goals from Emmie Le Marchand, Jessica Buttinger and Chelsea Amsley, while Buttinger, Brenna Rescigno and Sarah Urdahl contributed assists.