California Davis and Wisconsin-Platteville walked away with basketball championships, New Hampshire's women broke new ice and top-ranked Syracuse kept rolling along in lacrosse.
In Louisville, Ky., Jason Cox scored 18 points, including a three-pointer with 39 seconds to play, as the University of California Davis (31-2) took an 83-77 win over Kentucky Wesleyan (30-3) in the Division II men's basketball championship. Antonio Garcia had 19 points and 16 rebounds for Kentucky Wesleyan and was named the tournament's most outstanding player.
In Salem, Va., Wisconsin-Platteville (30-0) took control with an early 16-3 run and capped its second unbeaten season in four years with a 69-56 victory over Hope (26-5) in the Division III men's basketball championship game.
In Boston, New Hampshire (31-5-3) took a 4-1 win over Brown (22-7-4) for the first women's national collegiate hockey championship before only 1,500 at the FleetCenter. New Hampshire defenseman Winny Brodt was named MVP with two assists.
At the Carrier Dome, All-American Casey Powell had nine goals for No. 1 Syracuse (4-0) in its 18-12 lacrosse victory over No. 18 Towson State (2-2). . . . Matt Wise had two goals to lift Cornell (2-3) to its 6-3 Ivy League victory over Yale (1-3) at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University.