Tufts won its seventh straight NESCAC Men's Lacrosse Championship at home on Bello Field Sunday with a 20-14 victory over Middlebury College. The seven conference championships match the most in league history.
Zach Richman scored eight goals as the Tufts men's lacrosse team advanced to the NESCAC championship game for the ninth time with a 19-11 win over Williams College in a semifinal match-up Saturday at Bello Field.
Tufts continues its pursuit of the program’s seventh consecutive conference title when it hosts the 2016 NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse Championship at Bello Field. The first semifinal takes place on Saturday, May 7 with the Jumbos hosting seventh-seeded Williams at noon followed by third-seeded Bowdoin squaring off against fourth-seeded Middlebury at 3 p.m.
The Bowdoin College men's lacrosse team will return to the NESCAC Semifinals for the first time since 2012 following a 10-8 victory over Wesleyan in the opening round of the conference tournament on Saturday at Pickard Field.
Kyle Soroka scored one of his game-high five goals with 13.9 seconds remaining, lifting Middlebury (11-5) to an 11-10 win over Bates (11-4) in a NESCAC men's lacrosse quarterfinal game on Youngman Field at Alumni Stadium.
John Uppgren tallied four goals and five assists and the Tufts men's lacrosse team pulled away from Connecticut College in the second half for a 16-10 victory in the quarterfinal round of the NESCAC Championship Saturday at Bello Field.
The seventh-seeded Williams College men's lacrosse team used a four-goal third quarter to help the Ephs edge second-seeded Amherst College, 11-10 in Saturday afternoon's NESCAC Championship Quarterfinal tilt at Gooding Field.
Tufts defeated Bowdoin in the final game of the regular season to earn the top seed in the NESCAC Men’s Lacrosse Championship for the fourth time in program history, and will look to win its seventh consecutive league title when quarterfinal play opens on Saturday, April 30. Amherst, Bowdoin and Middlebury join the Jumbos as quarterfinal hosts.