The University of Denver Pioneers continued to celebrate their first-ever national championship in men’s lacrosse with a big party on campus Tuesday evening.
Denver won its first NCAA men’s lacrosse championship, beating Maryland 10-5 on Monday behind five goals from senior Wesley Berg.
This is an indication of how far Bill Tierney has taken the Denver lacrosse program: The longtime coach now occupies the coveted corner office on the fourth floor.
Kyle Keenan filled in and scored four goals to lead top-seeded Duke to a 15-12 victory over No. 5 Denver in the NCAA semifinals on Saturday.
Wesley Berg scored four of his eight goals in the second period, leading Denver University to a 19-14 victory over Albany in the first round of the NCAA men’s lacrosse tournament Saturday night.