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NCAA Lacrosse: Dartmouth Women’s Lacrosse 2014 Schedule Features Yale, Boston Univ., Florida, Brown, Cornell, Penn, Princeton And Harvard


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NCAA Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of Penn Women’s Lacrosse 10-7 Win Over Dartmouth On May 5 To Capture 2013 Ivy League Tournament Title


History did not repeat itself. Much like it did last year, Penn opened up an early lead on Dartmouth in the Ivy League Tournament championship game. Unlike 2012, Penn did not allow the Big Green to come back in the game, putting the clamps on Dartmouth’s secondary scoring in a 10-7 win to claim the school’s second Ivy League Tournament championship and earn an automatic bid to Penn’s seventh consecutive NCAA Tournament.

The Class of 2013 opened its Penn careers with an Ivy Tournament crown, and members of that group were instrumental in the win. Caroline Bunting had four goals, tying her career high and leading all Penn players in the game. She was 2-for-2 on free positions, part of a dominant day on the line for the Quakers. Fellow seniors Maddie Poplawski (two goals) and Meredith Cain (one goal, one assist) saw to it that the Class of 2013 accounted for 75% of Penn’s scoring in the game.

Penn was aggressive in the attack zone all game long, drawing 29 fouls from the Big Green and earning six free position attempts. Penn was good on five of those six eight-meter attempts, including 3-for-4 in the first half.

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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.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Ivy League Video Highlights Of Pennsylvania Men’s Lacrosse (7-4) 11-2 Win Over Dartmouth (3-10) On April 20


Dartmouth scored the first goal but after that it was all Penn. The Quakers went on to win 11-2 in this pivotal Ivy League matchup. Highlights are brought to you by Prodigy Launch.

With the win, the 18th-ranked Quakers finish their Ivy League season at 3-3; while the rest of the Ivy League finishes up conference play next weekend, Penn has the bye. So what did its win on Saturday do for its Ivy Tournament chances? It kept them alive.

Penn’s Ivy League Tournament hopes rest squarely on next Saturday’s Yale-Harvard game, which will face off at 2 p.m. at Harvard Stadium. If Yale wins, the Quakers are in the Tournament as the No. 3 or 4 seed (that would be determined by the outcome of the Cornell-Princeton game, also being played next Saturday); if Harvard beats the Bulldogs, however, the Quakers are out.

The two goals that Penn allowed on Saturday were the fewest allowed by the Quakers in a game since March 5, 2002 (an 11-2 win over Saint Joseph’s). The last time Penn held an Ivy League opponent to two goals? Try March 20, 1999 in a 7-2 win over Yale.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Beat Cincinnati, Lose To Darmouth On Feb 23-24


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The Oregon Ducks scored three goals within the first five minutes against Cincinnati and never looked back, cruising past the Bearcats, 16-5, on Sunday afternoon at Papé Field.
With the win, Oregon improves to 1-1 while Cincinnati falls to 1-1.
Oregon senior Kate Cathell scored a career-high four goals to lead the Ducks and junior Shannon Propst tied a career-high with three. In addition, Cathell posted two assists to tie her career-best and sophomore Devon Frazer punched home two goals for the second time in her career.
After Oregon raced out to a 3-0 lead, senior Maggie Kovacs scored back-to-back goals to put the Ducks ahead, 5-0.
Cincinnati cut the lead to 5-1 moments later but a 3-0 run sparked by a Casey Brogan goal and two Cathell scores put the Ducks in the driver’s seat with an 8-1 lead. Oregon carried an 8-2 lead into the break.
Cincinnati’s Marissa Pierson brought the Bearcats within five when she converted a man-up goal with 21:19 remaining, but another 3-0 blitz by the Ducks put the match out of reach. Frazer scored the first of the three goals with 19:08 left and freshman Carly O’Connell and Hayley Milner followed with back-to-back goals at the 18:13 and 17:37 marks to give Oregon an 11-3 edge.
The Ducks out-scored the Bearcats 5-2 over the final 17 minutes to seal their first win of the season.

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NCAA Lacrosse: Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Opens 2013 Season Against Dartmouth On February 23 At “Pape Field”, Their New 1,000 Seat State-Of-The-Art Stadium And Locker Room Facility


The Oregon lacrosse team went undefeated in league last season, won its conference tournament, played in its first NCAA postseason game and, in the offseason, got a new 1,000-seat stadium with a state-of-the-art locker room.In other words, it was the best season in the history of the program followed by the school’s largest financial investment in the team.

The Oregon lacrosse team went undefeated in league last season, won its conference tournament, played in its first NCAA postseason game and, in the offseason, got a new 1,000-seat stadium with a state-of-the-art locker room.
In other words, it was the best season in the history of the program followed by the school’s largest financial investment in the team. Oregon squares off against Dartmouth on Saturday at Papé Field in Eugene for just the second time in school history.

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Having a new place to call home has invigorated the team, said Puszcz, who prefers the artificial turf at Papé vs. the natural grass at the old field. “We have such good vibes here,” she said. “We come into the locker room every morning and we’re just really amped up. This is our space, this is our new field and we really just want nothing but good things to come from it. It’s just a lot of good energy.” Oegon will have seven straight home games to open the year and then be away for seven of the final 10 before returning home to host the MPSF tournament. Last season, the Ducks ended Stanford’s seven-year reign with their first tournament win.

Men’s Lacrosse: Fifth Annual “Patriot Cup 2013” Lacrosse Tournament On March 2 Features Dartmouth Vs. Georgetown And SMU Vs. Texas A&M


The Fifth Annual Patriot Cup Lacrosse Tournament returns to Dallas on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at SMU’s Ford Stadium. The Patriot Cup will showcase some of the nation’s premier collegiate and high school programs, including perennial powerhouse Georgetown versus Dartmouth. Also featured will be SMU versus Texas A&M, two of the nation’s top MCLA teams (virtual varsity college). Proceeds from the event will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that seeks to assist men and women of our armed forces who have been severely injured during conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and other locations around the world.

The Fifth Annual Patriot Cup Lacrosse Tournament returns to Dallas on Saturday, March 2, 2013, at SMU’s Ford Stadium. The Patriot Cup will showcase some of the nation’s premier collegiate and high school programs, including perennial powerhouse Georgetown versus Dartmouth. Also featured will be SMU versus Texas A&M, two of the nation’s top MCLA teams (virtual varsity college). Proceeds from the event will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that seeks to assist men and women of our armed forces who have been severely injured during conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and other locations around the world.