Spring Lax Snapshots


The men’s team (4-2, 1-0 Ivy) took down Penn, 13-8, in their Ivy opener and captured a thrilling triple-overtime 8-7 win over fourteenth-ranked Denver as attackman Greg Cohen ’07 scored the gamewinner. (It was thought to be the longest game in the program’s 128-year history.) Freshman goalie Joe Pike made 10 saves (five in overtime) and after that performance was named Ivy Rookie of the Week for the second time.

The laxwomen (3-5, 1-0 Ivy) mastered the Yale Bulldogs, 11-8, in their Ivy opener; Caroline Simmons ’08 notched two goals and two assists. It was the Crimson’s first win over the Eli since 1994. Junior goalie Kathryn Tylander earned Ivy Defensive Player of the Week honors for her 12-save effort in the game. Natalie Curtis ’08 led all early scorers with 19 goals and two assists.

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