yale VS pennsylvania

2019-05-05
yale
yale - 11

vs

pennsylvania
pennsylvania - 12
  • Scoring

  • jackson morrill ( 1 , 2 )
  • christian cropp ( 2 , 0 )
  • matt gaudet ( 2 , 0 )
  • brian tevlin ( 0 , 2 )
  • jack tigh ( 1 , 0 )
  • joseph sessa ( 1 , 0 )
  • brendan rooney ( 1 , 0 )
  • robert mooney ( 1 , 0 )
  • Danigellis, John ( 1 , 0 )
  • matt brandau ( 1 , 0 )
  • Scoring

  • sean lulley ( 3 , 2 )
  • simon mathias ( 2 , 2 )
  • adam goldner ( 3 , 0 )
  • alex roesner ( 1 , 2 )
  • matt mcilwrick ( 1 , 1 )
  • keyveat postell ( 1 , 0 )
  • mitch bartolo ( 1 , 0 )
  • sam handley ( 0 , 1 )
  • bj farrare ( 0 , 1 )
  • Shots

  • jackson morrill 10
  • christian cropp 4
  • matt gaudet 3
  • brian tevlin 1
  • jack tigh 6
  • joseph sessa 2
  • brendan rooney 3
  • robert mooney 1
  • matt brandau 10
  • lucas cotler 1
  • thomas bragg 1
  • Shots

  • sean lulley 4
  • simon mathias 6
  • adam goldner 7
  • alex roesner 5
  • matt mcilwrick 1
  • keyveat postell 1
  • mitch bartolo 1
  • sam handley 9
  • tyler dunn 3
  • Ground Balls

  • jackson morrill 2
  • matt gaudet 1
  • brian tevlin 6
  • jack tigh 1
  • brendan rooney 1
  • matt brandau 3
  • jack starr 5
  • jack ocken 1
  • td ierlan 8
  • aidan hynes 1
  • chris fake 1
  • luke eschbach 3
  • lucas cotler 1
  • Ground Balls

  • sean lulley 1
  • simon mathias 2
  • alex roesner 1
  • matt mcilwrick 2
  • keyveat postell 1
  • bj farrare 2
  • reed junkin 1
  • tyler dunn 1
  • ben bedard 1
  • piper bond 2
  • mark evanchick 1
  • kyle gallagher 8
  • kyle thornton 2
  • Turnovers

  • jackson morrill 1
  • matt gaudet 1
  • brian tevlin 1
  • jack tigh 2
  • brendan rooney 1
  • td ierlan 2
  • lucas cotler 1
  • Turnovers

  • sean lulley 2
  • simon mathias 3
  • matt mcilwrick 1
  • sam handley 3
  • noah lejman 1
  • reed junkin 1
  • tyler dunn 1
  • piper bond 1
  • kyle gallagher 1
  • dylan gergar 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • jackson morrill 1
  • matt gaudet 1
  • joseph sessa 1
  • robert mooney 1
  • jack starr 1
  • jack ocken 1
  • td ierlan 1
  • aidan hynes 1
  • Caused Turnovers

  • simon mathias 1
  • bj farrare 2
  • Faceoffs Won

  • td ierlan 11
  • Faceoffs Won

  • kyle gallagher 15
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • joe neuman 2
  • td ierlan 24
  • Faceoffs Taken

  • kyle gallagher 26
  • Saves

  • jack starr 9 ( 0.43 )
  • Saves

  • reed junkin 16 ( 0.59 )
  • Current Records

  • yale 15 - 4
  • Current Records

  • pennsylvania 15 - 4
In a thrilling Ivy League Tournament final between the top two seeds, the University of Pennsylvania men's lacrosse team pulled off the Ivy League double for the first time with a 12-11 win over Yale Sunday afternoon at Columbia's Wien Stadium. Not only were Penn and Yale the top two seeds in the Ivy League Tournament, they entered the weekend as two of the top three teams in the nation. The Quakers were ranked No. 3 in the USILA Coaches Poll, while the Bulldogs were No. 2. Penn (11-3) — which needed triple overtime to defeat the Bulldogs during the regular season — never trailed in Sunday's game but also never held a lead larger than three goals in a taut affair. With the win, the Quakers clinched a sweep of the regular-season and tournament titles for the first time in program history. The Red and Blue also earned the Ivy League's automatic bid into the NCAA Championship; the entire NCAA field will be announced tonight at 9 p.m. on ESPNU. This was Penn's second Ivy League Tournament title, the other coming in 2014 when the Quakers were the third seed and knocked off second-seeded Cornell and top-seeded Harvard in Cambridge, Mass. Notes To Know The Quakers have now won 11 games in a row, the second longest winning streak in program history and tied for the longest active streak in the country alongside Penn State. Head coach Mike Murphy has tied Tony Seaman for the program record for career wins with 74. 11 wins this season are tied for No. 2 in a season all-time by a Penn team. The 2014 and 1988 teams also won 11 games, while the 1984 team holds the school record with 12 wins. Simon Mathias extended his point-scoring streak to 57 games – each game of his career – which is the second-longest active streak in the country. Mathias also extended his goal-scoring streak to 34 consecutive games – tied for the longest in the country. Adam Goldner extended his goal-scoring streak to 23 consecutive games. Yale did not hold a lead the entire game, the first time in 44 games that the Bulldogs did not hold a lead at any point. Penn is 9-0 when leading at halftime this season and 10-0 when leading after three quarters. Penn is now 4-2 this season in one-goal games, and has won four one-goal games in a row. Sean Lulley set a new career high with three goals and tied his career high with five points. Reed Junkin made 16 saves, his second game of the weekend with 16 stops. Junkin has made 38 saves over two games against Yale this season. Simon Mathias now has 114 career goals and 187 career points – both totals rank No. 3 all-time by a Quaker. Sam Handley's 58 points this season are No. 4 all-time in a season by a Quaker. Right behind him is Goldner with 57 to rank No. 5. How It Happened Sean Lulley led the offensive charge with three goals and two assists for five points, while Simon Mathias recorded four points (2g/2a) and Adam Goldner netted three goals. Kyle Gallagher also was massive against the NCAA's leading face-off man on Sunday, winning 15 of 26 draws on the day against Yale's TD Ierlan who was named Ivy League Player of the Year earlier this week. Reed Junkin, meanwhile, was simply spectacular. The senior finished with 16 saves—giving him 38 in two games against Yale this year—and made a stop on the doorstep with the game tied late in the fourth. He was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player and also made the all-tournament team along with Gallagher, Goldner, Mathias and freshman BJ Farrare. Lulley got Penn on the board just 2:12 into Sunday's game off a feed from Alex Roesner, and then Mathias fed Mitch Bartolo to make it 2-0 just 1:14 later. Yale got one of those goals back with 6:18 left, Matt Brandau scoring, but Goldner quickly re-established the two-goal lead and then Keyveat Postell scored off a Mathias feed to make it 4-1 after one quarter. Yale needed just 1:28 to tie things up early in the second as Gaudet netted his second of the day with 14:22 left, Joseph Sessa scored 51 seconds later, and Christian Cropp scored just 37 seconds after that. However, Goldner put Penn back in front off a Matt McIlwrick feed with 10:44 left, and that seemed to settle the Quakers down. More than four minutes went by before Mathias scored off a Lulley feed—extending his nation-long goal-scoring streak to 34 games—and then Lulley finished a Roesner feed that made Penn's lead 7-4. Gaudet scored his third and Brendan Rooney got Yale within a goal with 1:23 left before halftime, but a huge play down the stretch as Mathias scored unassisted with just six seconds left put the Quakers up 8-6 at the break. Yale tied it up with a pair of goals 54 seconds apart early in the third, but again Penn answered with goals by Goldner and Roesner 1:21 apart to make it 10-8 midway through the period. Yale got one of them back on a John Danigellis goal, but just 19 seconds later McIlwrick scored amidst the face-off scramble. Yale's Jackson Morrill made it 11-10 in the final minutes of the period, setting the stage for the final 15 minutes. That is when Junkin took over. He made six of his 16 saves in the final several minutes. He couldn't catch up to Mooney's goal with 8:48 that tied things up, but he was equal to the challenge and stoned Brandau on the doorstep with 5:42 left. Next thing you know, the Quakers were bringing it down the field and Lulley was finishing off his day with an unassisted tally. It was the final goal of the day. Junkin would equal two more Brandau shots, with 3:56 and 1:09 left, and Penn was able to run out the clock with the Bulldogs down a man for the final 37 seconds. In a thrilling Ivy League Tournament final between the top two seeds, the University of Pennsylvania men's lacrosse team pulled off the Ivy League double for the first time with a 12-11 win over Yale Sunday afternoon at Columbia's Wien Stadium. Not only were Penn and Yale the top two seeds in the Ivy League Tournament, they entered the weekend as two of the top three teams in the nation. The Quakers were ranked No. 3 in the USILA Coaches Poll, while the Bulldogs were No. 2. Penn (11-3) — which needed triple overtime to defeat the Bulldogs during the regular season — never trailed in Sunday's game but also never held a lead larger than three goals in a taut affair. With the win, the Quakers clinched a sweep of the regular-season and tournament titles for the first time in program history. The Red and Blue also earned the Ivy League's automatic bid into the NCAA Championship; the entire NCAA field will be announced tonight at 9 p.m. on ESPNU. This was Penn's second Ivy League Tournament title, the other coming in 2014 when the Quakers were the third seed and knocked off second-seeded Cornell and top-seeded Harvard in Cambridge, Mass. Notes To Know The Quakers have now won 11 games in a row, the second longest winning streak in program history and tied for the longest active streak in the country alongside Penn State. Head coach Mike Murphy has tied Tony Seaman for the program record for career wins with 74. 11 wins this season are tied for No. 2 in a season all-time by a Penn team. The 2014 and 1988 teams also won 11 games, while the 1984 team holds the school record with 12 wins. Simon Mathias extended his point-scoring streak to 57 games – each game of his career – which is the second-longest active streak in the country. Mathias also extended his goal-scoring streak to 34 consecutive games – tied for the longest in the country. Adam Goldner extended his goal-scoring streak to 23 consecutive games. Yale did not hold a lead the entire game, the first time in 44 games that the Bulldogs did not hold a lead at any point. Penn is 9-0 when leading at halftime this season and 10-0 when leading after three quarters. Penn is now 4-2 this season in one-goal games, and has won four one-goal games in a row. Sean Lulley set a new career high with three goals and tied his career high with five points. Reed Junkin made 16 saves, his second game of the weekend with 16 stops. Junkin has made 38 saves over two games against Yale this season. Simon Mathias now has 114 career goals and 187 career points – both totals rank No. 3 all-time by a Quaker. Sam Handley's 58 points this season are No. 4 all-time in a season by a Quaker. Right behind him is Goldner with 57 to rank No. 5. How It Happened Sean Lulley led the offensive charge with three goals and two assists for five points, while Simon Mathias recorded four points (2g/2a) and Adam Goldner netted three goals. Kyle Gallagher also was massive against the NCAA's leading face-off man on Sunday, winning 15 of 26 draws on the day against Yale's TD Ierlan who was named Ivy League Player of the Year earlier this week. Reed Junkin, meanwhile, was simply spectacular. The senior finished with 16 saves—giving him 38 in two games against Yale this year—and made a stop on the doorstep with the game tied late in the fourth. He was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player and also made the all-tournament team along with Gallagher, Goldner, Mathias and freshman BJ Farrare. Lulley got Penn on the board just 2:12 into Sunday's game off a feed from Alex Roesner, and then Mathias fed Mitch Bartolo to make it 2-0 just 1:14 later. Yale got one of those goals back with 6:18 left, Matt Brandau scoring, but Goldner quickly re-established the two-goal lead and then Keyveat Postell scored off a Mathias feed to make it 4-1 after one quarter. Yale needed just 1:28 to tie things up early in the second as Gaudet netted his second of the day with 14:22 left, Joseph Sessa scored 51 seconds later, and Christian Cropp scored just 37 seconds after that. However, Goldner put Penn back in front off a Matt McIlwrick feed with 10:44 left, and that seemed to settle the Quakers down. More than four minutes went by before Mathias scored off a Lulley feed—extending his nation-long goal-scoring streak to 34 games—and then Lulley finished a Roesner feed that made Penn's lead 7-4. Gaudet scored his third and Brendan Rooney got Yale within a goal with 1:23 left before halftime, but a huge play down the stretch as Mathias scored unassisted with just six seconds left put the Quakers up 8-6 at the break. Yale tied it up with a pair of goals 54 seconds apart early in the third, but again Penn answered with goals by Goldner and Roesner 1:21 apart to make it 10-8 midway through the period. Yale got one of them back on a John Danigellis goal, but just 19 seconds later McIlwrick scored amidst the face-off scramble. Yale's Jackson Morrill made it 11-10 in the final minutes of the period, setting the stage for the final 15 minutes. That is when Junkin took over. He made six of his 16 saves in the final several minutes. He couldn't catch up to Mooney's goal with 8:48 that tied things up, but he was equal to the challenge and stoned Brandau on the doorstep with 5:42 left. Next thing you know, the Quakers were bringing it down the field and Lulley was finishing off his day with an unassisted tally. It was the final goal of the day. Junkin would equal two more Brandau shots, with 3:56 and 1:09 left, and Penn was able to run out the clock with the Bulldogs down a man for the final 37 seconds.