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NCAA Lacrosse: Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Junior Middie Tom Schreiber Named 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist; All-Time Leading Scorer (169) Among Midfielders For Tigers Win One Season To Go
NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Dartmouth Women’s Lacrosse 11-10 Double-Overtime Win Over Princeton In Ivy League Semifinals On May 3
For the second time in as many years, the Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team will play in the Ivy League Tournament Championship Game. This time it will be thanks in large part to the play of senior Hana Bowers in Friday’s semifinal match-up against Princeton at Franklin Field.
Bowers, a 2013 First Team All-Ivy League player, scored a free-position shot with 1:22 left in double overtime that gave her team an 11-10 victory over the Tigers, sending the third-seeded Big Green to the finals Sunday at noon against the hosts and top seed from Penn.
The final game of the weekend will serve as a rematch from last year’s championship that Dartmouth won, 6-4, over the Quakers. Penn advanced to Sunday’s tilt with a 10-5 victory over Cornell in the second semifinal. In four seasons of Ivy League Tournaments, Penn and Dartmouth have played for the crown three times (2010, 2012, 2013).
The game-winner was Bowers’ fifth of the day and her sixth point after also adding an assist on the first marker of the afternoon.
NCAA Lacrosse: The “2013 San Francisco Lacrosse Fall Classic” To Feature Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Vs Virginia On October 12 At Kezar Stadium
Teams Have Appeared in NCAA Championship 17 Times; UVA Team Features SF Native and St. Ignatius Alumnus Rob Emery
Princeton, which is ranked #13 in the nation in the Inside Lacrosse Pre-Season poll, fell to Virginia 6-5, in an exciting first round game of the 2012 NCAA Championship Tournament in May. Princeton finished the season 11-5 overall, and earned an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. Virginia’s pre-season ranking is #9, after finishing the 2012 season with an overall 12-4 record, exiting the NCAA tournament after a loss to Notre Dame in the quarterfinal round. Between them, Princeton and Virginia have won a combined 11 NCAA Championships and have reached the NCAA Championship Game a combined 17 times.
Both teams are primed for great 2013 seasons, with many returning players-including pre-season first team All-America selections from each team–and strong incoming freshmen classes. Virginia also features San Francisco native Rob Emery, a standout junior who graduated from St. Ignatius High School in 2010, and his brother, Matt Emery, who will be a join the Cavalier squad as a freshman this fall.
Since its inception in 2009, the Fall Lacrosse Classic has brought some of the nation’s top NCAA Division I lacrosse teams to play in San Francisco, including Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Denver, Ohio State, Harvard, Lehigh, and Brown. The event has enabled the BAYS Foundation to make more than $200,000 in grants.
“The continuing enthusiasm that top programs have to travel across the country to play each other underscores the significant growth of lacrosse in California,” said Colin Mistele, Event Director of the Fall Classic for the BAYS Foundation.
General information about the event can be found on the SF Lacrosse website at www.sflacrosse.com . Ticket information will be available in the spring.
NCAA Lacrosse: “2012 Konica Minolta Big City Classic” On April 27 Features Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse Vs Syracuse And Princeton Vs Cornell
NCAA Lacrosse: Ivy League Men’s Lacrosse Conference “Showdown” Looms As Cornell (4-0) To Face Princeton (4-0) On April 28
Ivy League Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Princeton Men’s Lacrosse 10-9 Win Over Yale In 5 Overtimes On March 24
Alex Capretta couldn’t remember which overtime it was. Maybe the second. Maybe the third.
All he knew is that it all wanted to be on the field and at that one moment a few OTs earlier, he wasn’t. Instead, during a few shifts way back when – who could remember? – it had been Forest Sonnenfeldt in Capretta’s spot.
“They put Forest in and I know why,” Capretta said. “But every player wants to be in there. Fortunately, I got back in.”
After it ended, he could laugh about it, and why not, it had worked out perfectly for him. And hey, after everything that had just happened, who could blame anyone if some of the details – like which overtime it had been – were a blur.
Capretta ended the longest game in the history of Princeton lacrosse and Yale lacrosse with a goal with 2:21 gone in the fifth – yes, fifth – overtime, giving the Tigers a heart-stopping 10-9 win over the Bulldogs in front of 1,057 at Reese Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Princeton had previously played three four overtime games, most recently a year ago in a 5-4 win over Brown. Yale had played one four overtime game in its history.
Second-ranked Johns Hopkins used a 4-1 run to open the fourth quarter to turn a 6-4 lead into a 10-5 advantage and then held off a late-game rally by 12th-ranked Princeton to knock off the Tigers, 10-8, at Sherrerd Field at Class of 1952 Stadium Friday evening. The win is JHU’s fourth straight to open the season, 11th straight in the regular season and third straight against the Tigers at Princeton.