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Yale Athletics | April 11, 2015

Strong fourth quarter lifts No. 7 Yale to victory against No. 12 Brown

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- No. 7 Yale held No. 12 Brown scoreless for over 21 minutes to pick up an important 16-10 Ivy League victory on Saturday.
 
Jeff Cimbalista scored four second-half goals for the Bulldogs (8-2, 3-2 Ivy). Conrad Oberbeck and Eric Scott  added three goals each for the victors.
 
Dylan Molloy, the second leading scorer in the nation entering the contest, led Brown (8-3, 2-2 Ivy) with five point.
 
The Bears, who entered the pivotal Ivy League game second nationally in points per game (24.70) and scoring offense (15.60), got off to a quick start, scoring three times in the first 2:24.  They would only beat Yale goalie Eric Natale seven times the rest of the way.

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