No. 3 Duke burns No. 4 Virginia men's lacrosse in OT, 13-12

CHARLOTTESVILLE — Ian Laviano took a long pause, sucked a breath through his teeth, then exhaled before letting the words escape his mouth.

Virginia native Joe Robertson, a senior attackman who played his high school lacrosse in Charlottesville at St. Anne’s-Belfield, scored the game-winner with 32 seconds left in overtime to give No.

Robertson scored twice and had three assists for the Blue Devils (11-1, 3-1), who got three goals each from Brennan O’Neill and Princeton transfer Michael Sowers.

Instead, his shot missed and he was called for a questionable unsportsmanlike penalty that befuddled Tiffany and let Duke open the second half a man up.

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