CAMBRIDGE, Ma. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- It was far from the perfect game for No. 2 Virginia on Saturday, trailing by as many as five goals in the third quarter, but the Hoos rallied in the fourth quarter to take down No. 16 Harvard 13-10 on the road. 

UVA goalie Matthew Nunes was the difference maker on both ends of the field, finishing with a game-high 16 saves, including eight in the third period, and scored the game-winning goal. 

Payton Cormier led the Cavalier attack with four goals on the afternoon. He is now one goal shy of 200 career goals and tied for fifth all-time on the NCAA Division I career goals list. 

Virginia open ACC play next Saturday when they host North Carolina at noon.