Notre Dame wins first men’s lacrosse national title

Brian Tevlin scored the go-ahead field goal with 27 seconds left in the third quarter.

Notre Dame claimed its first men's lacrosse national title with a 13–9 victory against Duke.

Third-seeded Notre Dame (14-2) had lost its last two championship games in 2010 and 2014.

Blue Devils (16-3) we’re playing in the game for their seventh national championship in program history.

Entenmann made nine shots on goal in the first half and made eight goals.

Notre Dame jumped out to a 6–1 lead after six unanswered goals from six different players.

After 35 seconds scoring into the game, Duke was held scoreless for the final 29:25 of the first half time.

Duke was 1 of 24 in the first half as he opened the second scoring 4 for 6 to pull within 6–5.