Matt Brandeau completed with five goals and an assist as the Yale men’s lacrosse group beat Cornell 15-10 in New York on Friday night to progress to the Ivy League championship game.
The Bulldogs will confront Penn, a 13-12 champ over Brown in the other semifinal, in the title game on Sunday around early afternoon (ESPNU).
Jackson Morrill and Jack Tigh included three goals each for Yale (12-2), which retaliated for a misfortune in a year ago’s Ivy League final to the Big Red.
Ivy League player of the year T.D. Ierlan won 21 of 27 faceoffs and counted a goal against his sibling Chayse Ierlan, who was in net for Cornell (10-5). Jack Starr completed with 12 saves.
Saint Anselm 5, New Haven 1: At Manchester, N.H., Mya Case drove in the solitary keep running for the Chargers, who were held to only two hits in a misfortune in the semifinals of the NE-10 competition.
Taylor Luzzie had the other hit for UNH (31-14), while Catherine Vaughan scored the Chargers’ solitary run.
Morgan Perry hurled a two-hitter for Saint Anselm (36-8), which advanced to the championship game.
Canisius 4-4, Quinnipiac 2-1: At Buffalo, N.Y., Alexis Otero had a RBI in each game as the Bobcats dropped the two closures of a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference doubleheader.
Kayla Jensen had a RBI in the game one misfortune for Quinnipiac (16-32). Canisius improved to 14-29.