NEC Lacrosse Finals Were Fantastic to the Finish

Two title games, two fantastic finishes, all on the same day.

Overtime was needed to determine a winner in both games.

First, top-seeded Saint Joseph’s erased a two-goal over the final 5:00 of regulation play in the NEC Men’s Lacrosse Championship Game. SJU’s Kyle Cain scored both goals, including the equalizer with 00:15 remaining, but those heroics will go down in history only as a footnote.

Overshadowing the host’s comeback effort, Tyson Gibson gave Robert Morris a sudden victory by rattling the cage with only 10 ticks left in overtime.

 

Gibson’s Gamewinner

 

The NEC Women’s Championship Game, which began one hour after the men’s start, concluded in most-memorable fashion, too.

Bryant’s Lauren Britton scored the go-ahead goal with only 1:00 remaining, but NEC Rookie of the Year Ally Alliegro responded for Wagner.

After producing the equalizer in the final minute of regulation, Alliegro ended the game in the third overtime period.

Alliegro Ends It

 

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