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Hat tricks from Scaglione, Goldberg pace m. lax to win

April 8, 2003 • 0
With its white uniforms saturated with mud, the men’s lacrosse team battled through sloppy conditions and sloppy play Saturday. Clinging to a slim lead at halftime, the Bulldogs (6-2, 1-2 Ivy) came out strong in the second half to defeat Lehigh (4-6) 15-9 despite a career-high 19 saves for Mountain Hawks goaltender Tom Ellis. Captain »
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M. lacrosse roughs up Brown

April 3, 2003 • 0
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Brown goalie Matt Levine sat alone on the bench, his head slumped into his stick, as the Yale men’s lacrosse team huddled loudly at midfield in celebration. For Levine and the Bears, it was the first time in four years that Yale had been victorious over Brown, and the Elis did so »
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Tigers upend men’s lacrosse, 15-5

March 31, 2003 • 0
This time, there was no late-game nailbiting, no unexpected upset victory and no midfield celebration for the men’s lacrosse team. Instead, the Princeton Tigers notched their 43rd Ivy League win in the last 44 Ancient Eight contests, avenging their upset loss to Yale last season. Princeton (4-2, 1-0 Ivy) lived up to its No. 3 »
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M. lacrosse team crushes Holy Cross

March 27, 2003 • 0
In preparation for nationally ranked No. 3 Princeton, the men’s lacrosse team got quite an offensive warmup Tuesday afternoon. In a blowout where every roster member played, the No. 16 Bulldogs crushed Holy Cross, 22-3. Twelve Elis recorded goals, including four apiece from Scott Kenworthy ’04, Ned Britt ’04 and Colin Neville ’06. “It doesn’t »
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Brown ends m. hockey’s season

March 24, 2003 • 0
With a voice hoarse from three emotionally draining playoff hockey games and shoulders slumping after the outcome of the third and decisive contest, Evan Wax ’03 had nothing but praise for the Brown Bears. Brown upset Yale in the three-game series held March 14 to 16 at Ingalls Rink. “I give them all the credit,” »
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M. lacrosse drops Ivy opener to Big Red

March 24, 2003 • 1
A promising spring break ended on a low note for the men’s lacrosse team, which dropped its latest game in disappointing fashion. After a strong 17-15 win over Penn State in Florida, the nationally ranked No. 14 Elis (3-1, 0-1 Ivy) returned home and defeated Quinnipiac, 14-8, before falling to No. 15 Cornell 16-8 in »
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Higgins named Hobey finalist

March 24, 2003 • 0
Chris Higgins ’05 can add two more accolades to his ever-growing list. At the ECAC awards banquet March 20, Higgins, along with Cornell sophomore goaltender Dave LeNeveu, was named Co-Player of the Year. Later that day, Higgins was named as one of 10 finalists for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the best player »
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Brown shuts out Elis, ends Yale’s season

March 16, 2003 • 0
With a voice hoarse from three emotionally draining playoff hockey games and shoulders slumping after the outcome of the third and decisive one, Evan Wax ’03 had nothing but praise for the Brown Bears. “I give them all the credit,” he said. “They played hard. I would have put our offense up against any team »
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Bulldogs edge Brown to force game three

March 15, 2003 • 0
History was against the six seniors on the men’s hockey team, who had gone winless in their seven career playoff games with the Bulldogs. But fittingly, it was the team’s senior captain, Denis Nam ’03, who broke the streak and gave the Elis a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Brown in the second game of the »
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Elis drop opener in ECAC quarterfinals

March 15, 2003 • 0
With a fast and furious third period in the Friday night opener of the best-of-three ECAC Quarterfinals series against Brown, the men’s hockey team fought its way into its first overtime game of the season. But once they began the extra period, the Bulldogs lost their momentum, and Brett Robinson’s score 9:40 into the overtime »
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M. hockey awaits round 1 of playoffs

March 7, 2003 • 0
While eight ECAC teams will be in action this weekend in the opening round of the conference playoffs, the men’s hockey team has earned the right to take a break. By finishing tied for third with Dartmouth in the conference standings, the Elis received a first-round bye and will await the outcome of the four »
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M. lacrosse prepares for top-ranked foes

March 6, 2003 • 0
After playing its season opener in subfreezing temperatures on a field surrounded by snowbanks, the men’s lacrosse team will get a nice change of scenery for its second contest next week. On their annual spring break trip to Florida, the nationally ranked No. 16 Bulldogs (1-0) will play No. 13 Penn State (1-1) at the »