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RIT on TV: Men’s Lacrosse Punches Ticket to Final Four

>>In 2013, RIT lacrosse faced Cortland for
a spot in the NCAA DIII Championship game. The Tigers successfully worked the hidden
ball trick in overtime to win. No reason to bring that up, just thought you’d
find it interesting. Anyway, same two teams today in the quarterfinals. Look at them warming up together. Actually, that’s fake news. Start of this game is all RIT. Brendan MacDonald makes it 7-0 Tigers. Cortland closes the half strong. Final seconds – Thomas McNaney with his 50th
goal of the year. 7-4 at the half. RIT puts up three more in the 3rd. Kyle Killen makes it 9-4 tigers. But the goal that will keep the Red Dragons
up at night. Tigers with a hidden ball trick. Echoes of 2013. Ryan Lee fools everyone. RIT onto the semis for the 4th time in 5 years. They top Cortland 15-9.>>It’s something that is hard to explain. The days leading up to it in bed, you’re sitting
there looking at the roof thinking about the game. It’s really nice to get the win today and
go out tomorrow with another day with the boys. Another chance, one step closer to our end
goal, which is a championship.”

David Frank