Princeton beats Penn, 6-5, for first win


College Lacrosse

April 06, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Jason Doneger picked a perfect time to break out of his scoreless streak. In doing so, he may have saved the Princeton men's lacrosse season.

Doneger's goal with 1:43 remaining in the second overtime gave the Tigers (1-5, 1-1 Ivy) a 6-5 win over host Penn (1-8, 0-4) yesterday.

It was the second overtime goal of Doneger's career, and it ended a streak of 202:43 without a goal for Doneger, who led the Ivy League in goals scored each of the past two years.

No. 1 Johns Hopkins 19, No. 18 Albany 6: Sophomore attackman Jake Byrne scored a career-high five goals to lead the Blue Jays (7-0) past the visiting Danes (5-3).

Penn State 14, Mount St. Mary's 5: Eric Seifert and Tilghman Herring each had two goals in the loss for the visiting Mount as it fell to 4-4. The Nittany Lions improved to 3-5.


Elizabethtown 16, Villa Julie 8: The host Mustangs (1-7) kept the game close, trailing by a goal, 4-3, until the 7:20 mark in the first half before the Blue Jays (3-4) extended their lead to 7-3 at the half.

College of Notre Dame 19, Trinity 6: Sara Breidenbaugh had six goals and an assist as the Gators (2-4, 1-0 Atlantic Women's Colleges Conference) beat the host Tigers (3-1, 1-1).

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