lacrosse-men-d1 flag

Brown Athletics | April 25, 2015

Brown earns No. 1 seed in Ivy League tourney

Brown 4-25 The Bears used a 4-0 second to take control.
HANOVER, N.H. -- Needing a win to secure an Ivy League Playoff berth, Brown's Dylan Molloy scored five goals to lead the 10th-ranked Bears to a 17-8 win against Dartmouth on Saturday.

Brown's win against the Big Green, coupled with Cornell's 15-10 victory against Princeton, gives the Bears a share of the Ivy League Championship and the number one seed in the Ivy League Tournament, which will be held at Brown's Stevenson Field on May 1 and 3.

Brown finishes with an overall record of 12-3, 4-2 in the Ivy League.

Molloy had five goals and two assists in the win. He now sits in second place in program history in single-season goals with 58.

Brown also received a strong showing from Kylor Bellistri, who netted three goals, and Henry Blynn and Brendan Caputo, who netted two goals each.

Bears goalie Jack Kelly was brilliant once again, making 10 of his 15 saves in the opening 30 minutes.

Dartmouth was paced by Jack Korzelius, Phil Hession and Adam Fishman, who scored two goals each.

Goals by Caputo and Molloy gave the Bears a 2-0 lead early in the opening quarter, but the Big Green came back to tie the game at 2-2 on scores by Korzelius and Hession midway through the quarter.

Blynn's goal gave Brown a 3-2 lead but Fishman quickly responded for Dartmouth to tie the game.

Molloy's goal with 2:37 remaining in the opening quarter gave Brown the lead for good at 4-3 after one quarter.

Gonzaga's Drew Timme affirms national player of the year status, UCLA's top-five win and more Week 1 men's basketball notes

Time for the first Monday citations of the season. Give us your good, your bad, your quirky from the past weekend.
READ MORE

After a year hiatus, the Ivy League is excited and hopeful to get back to basketball

After the Ivy League canceled its 2020-2021 college basketball season, coaches and players are eager to get back on the court and battle for an Ivy League championship.
READ MORE

5 storylines to watch in the 2021-22 NCAA wrestling season

The weights are stacked, the field is deep, and the battle for each individual national title will be intense, dramatic and full of surprises. Here are the major storylines you need to know in advance of what will undoubtedly be an exciting season ahead. 
READ MORE

Subscribe To Email Updates

Enter your information to receive emails about offers, promotions from NCAA.com and our partners