Yale vs. Holy Cross
March 25, 2003
The Game Story:

NEW HAVEN, Conn. Scott Kenworthy, Ned Britt and Colin Neville each had three goals as the Yale men's lacrosse team beat Holy Cross 22-3 before 225 at the Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium.

The No. 18 Bulldogs (4-1), who outshot the Crusaders (0-7) 53-19, also got two goals from Marc Perry and strong offensive showings from Seth Goldberg (1 goal, 4 assists) and Mike Scaglione (1-3).

Roy Skeen, who faced one shot and did not have a save in the first half, earned his fourth win in goal for the Elis. David Wright took over for the last 30 minutes and stopped seven of the nine shots on net.

Holy Cross had goals from three different players in its most lopsided loss of the year, while Brian Hodgdon made 11 saves before giving way to Matt Fallon (no saves).

Yale, which hosts Princeton on Saturday at 1 p.m., was successful on 27 of 30 clears and scored two times with the man-advantage. The Bulldogs also dominated on ground balls with a 52-33 advantage. Every player on the Yale roster saw action, including the debut of freshman Christian Jensen, who came over from the ice hockey team and