Feinbergs Four Goals Lead #20 Brown To 12-9 Ivy Win Over Penn
Philadelphia, PA - Junior attackman Andrew Feinberg scored four goals and senior All-American attackman Thomas Muldoon added three goals to lead #20 Brown to its second straight win, a 12-9 Ivy League men’s lacrosse victory over Penn at Franklin Field. The win lifts the Bears to 5-4 overall, 2-1 in the Ivy League, while Penn falls to 4-7 overall, 0-4 in Ivy play.
Junior David Hawley’s goal with 11:56 left in the game broke an 8-8 tie and ignited a 4-0 Brown run that resulted in a 12-8 Brown lead. Hawley’s goal cane on a pass from Reade Seligman, and the Bears followed with goals by sophomore Parker Brown, Muldoon and Feinberg with 42 seconds left to put the game away.
Brown built a 4-1 lead early in the second quarter following goals by Muldoon, junior Nick Laster, Feinberg and sophomore Rob Schlesinger. The Quakers fought back with three straight goals to tie the game, 4-1 at the half.
Penn took its only lead of the game late in the third quarter following back-to-back goals by Cory Winkoff and Dan Savage with 3:03 left in the quarter. The Bears answered immediate with goals by Muldoon and Feinberg to fight back on top, 8-7, after three quarters. Rob McMullen’s unassisted goal early in the fourth quarter knotted the score at 8-8.
Feinberg scored four goals for the third time this season to lead all scorers. Seligman made the difference as the playmaker for the Bears with four assists. Junior goalie Matt Chriss was outstanding in goal for the Bears with 12 saves, including four in the decisive fourth quarter.
John Conneely and Savage led the Quakers with two goals each, while Conneely added two assists. Joe Hegener made 12 saves in net for the Quakers.
Brown has a week off before returning to Ivy League action at home against Yale on Saturday, April 17. Game time is 1:00 pm at Stevenson Field. If you can’t make it to the game, watch live video at brownbears.com, or watch live stats of the game between the Bears and Elis.
Pictured: Andrew Feinberg '11. photo by dspics.com