Liam Entenmann made a season-high 18 recoveries game and Brian Tevlin scored his go on field objective with just 27 seconds left in the second from last quarter. On Monday, Notre Woman guaranteed its most memorable men’s lacrosse public title with a 13-9 triumph against Duke.
Notre Dame wins first men’s lacrosse national title with beats Duke 13-9
Brian Tevlin scored the go on field objective with 27 seconds left in the second from last quarter.
Notre Woman guaranteed its most memorable men’s lacrosse public title with a 13-9 triumph against Duke.
Third-cultivated Notre Woman (14-2) had lost its last two title games in 2010 and 2014.
Blue Demons (16-3) we’re playing in the game for their seventh public title in program history.
Entenmann made nine shots on objective in the main half and made eight objectives.
Notre Lady leaped out to a 6-1 lead after six unanswered objectives from six unique players.
Following 35 seconds scoring into the game, Duke was held scoreless for the last 29:25 of the main half time.
Duke was 1 of 24 in the main half as he opened the second scoring 4 for 6 to pull inside 6-5.
Charles Balsamo made the hitched at 7-all with 1:01 passed on in the third to tie the first as it stayed 1-1.
Notre Lady retook the lead with two field objectives in the last 30 seconds of their third for a 9-7 lead.
Tevlin assisted the Yankees with coming out on top for the 2018 NCAA championship over Duke and Chris Kavanagh both indented their second objectives of the game.
Quinn McCown had a 6-1 scoring run on a 13-8 lead and turned into the 6th Notre Woman player with two objectives in 3:24.
Notre Lady mentor said “I can’t completely accept that I need to see a film; you held up your entire profession to see it”
Notre Woman held Duke in their least scoring round of the time. Driving scorers Brennan O’Neill and Dyson Williams scored an objective each in this game. Williams turned into the fifth Duke player to score in excess of 60 objectives in a season.