The winningest class in the history of Yale men's lacrosse is finally moving on in the NCAA tournament.
McDonogh graduate Jackson Morrill scored seven goals to power the No. 3 seed Bulldogs past UMass , 15-13, in a first-round NCAA tournament contest before an announced 1,411.
Ben Reeves added six points and Conor Mac had a big late faceoff win to help Yale.
Yale's senior class earned its first trip to the national quarterfinals next Saturday at Hempstead, N.Y., by registering its 48th victory. The Bulldogs' victory ended the Minutemen's win streak at 11.
Yale blew open a one-goal game in the third quarter with five straight scores. The fourth NCAA Tourney win...