Yale vs. Princeton
March 29, 2003
The Game Story:
NEW HAVEN, Conn. Sean Hartofolis had five goals and two assists and Brad Dumont had four goals and two assists as the No. 3 ranked Princeton men's lacrosse team beat No. 16 Yale 15-5 before 1,224 at the Yale Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium.

Princeton (4-2), winners of four straight road games, outshot Yale 39-33 and got revenge for last year's Bulldog victory at Old Nassau (The Elis snapped Princeton's 37-game Ivy League win streak with a 15-13 victory). The Tigers went up 3-0 in the first 12 minutes of the game despite losing the first four faceoffs. Yale, which managed to win 14 of the 24 draws, still found itself down 8-0 with 4:07 left in the first half.

Ryan Boyle had a career-high seven assists to go along with a two-goal peformance, while Josh White chipped in a pair of goals for the visitors. Colin Neville scored goals on both of his attempts, while Yale (4-2) got its other scores from Mike Scaglione, Ned Britt and Dan Brillman.

Julian Gould earned the win in goal by stopping nine of 10 shots on net before Matthew Larkin (6 saves) and Dave Law (4) saw action in the second half. Yale starter Roy Skeen made nine saves and allowed 13 goals. David Wright played the last 14:26 and recorded five saves.