Senior attacker Kristen Gaudian and senior midfielder Elena Romesburg combined for nine goals to lead No. 4 James Madison to a 16-10 win over No. 7 Towson to claim the Colonial Athletic Association women's lacrosse championship Sunday in Harrisonburg, Va.
The Dukes (18-1) captured their second straight CAA tournament title and 11th overall. Senior midfielder Haley Warden was named Most Outstanding Performer for the second straight year, becoming the first player to win the award in consecutive seasons.
Junior Natalie Sulmonte scored four goals while freshman Kaitlin Thornton had a goal and three assists for the Tigers (15-4).
No. 1 Stony Brook 22, Albany 14: Kylie Ohlmiller scored seven goals and sister Taryn Ohlmiller had two goals and seven assists to lead the host Seawolves (19-0) to their sixth straight America East Conference tournament championship.
Kendra Harbinger led the Great Danes (9-9) with five goals.
No. 13 Princeton 13, No. 14 Penn 10: Tess D'Orsi scored four goals to help the host Tigers (12-5) secure the Ivy League tournament championship.
Gabby Rosenzweig had four goals to lead the Quakers (13-4).
No. 16 High Point 18, Winthrop 7: Abby Hormes had five goals and two assists to lift the host Panthers (17-2) to their school-record 16th straight win and second straight Big South tournament title.
Kristen Shriver had two goals and three assists for the Eagles (14-6).
No. 9 Cornell 14, No. 1 Yale 8: Christian Knight (Boys' Latin) made 16 saves and Jeff Teat had a goal and five assists to lead the Big Red to the Ivy League tournament title at Columbia 's Wien Stadium in New York.
Knight finished with a tournament-record 35 saves in Cornell's two wins to earn tournament MVP honors. Twelve players scored for Cornell.
Ben Reeves scored five goals for the Bulldogs (13-3).
No. 5 Duke 13, Boston University 9: Senior attackman Justin Guterding had five goals and four assists to carry the host Blue Devils (13-3) over the Terriers (8-9) in the regular-season finale for both teams.