Members of the men’s lacrosse team celebrate after defeating Princeton 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament.

M. Lax Seeks Outright Ivy Title vs. Brown

Good things so often come in three’s: three’s a charm, the Three Stooges, Tic-Tac-Toe. But this Saturday in Providence, R.I., the men’s lacrosse team hopes for its own special three — three outright conference titles in the past five years. The No. 2/4 Red, riding high from its 10-7 upset victory over then-No. 1 Princeton last Saturday, will be fighting for the chance to take sole possession of the Ivy League championship by beating the No. 13/13 Bears, currently in second place in the Ancient Eight standings.
“For us it’s such a big game, we want to have an outright Ivy title,” said senior midfielder Max Seibald. “When we share the title we actually don’t get to keep the Ivy trophy for the entire year.”

M. Lacrosse Wraps Up Fall Season in Syracuse

After playing in three scrimmages at the Pumpkin Stickout in Syracuse, N.Y., this Saturday, the men’s lacrosse team will have four months to prepare for its official season opener against Binghamton. According to head coach Jeff Tambroni, the Red will need every minute of offseason available.

Looking ahead

Junior attacker Jonh Espey (9) and the men’s lacrosse team finished the fall season in Syracuse this weekend.