No. 8 Virginia Barely Holds off No. 12 Princeton to Advance

After a UVa timeout, LaPierre, from the exact same spot where he made his pass to end the first half, lofted another one, this time just to run out as much time as possible. The ball landed in Fiorito's stick, but there was no time left.

Schreiber finished his season with 32 goals and 28 assists, tied for ninth best all-time at Princeton.

In addition to Fiorito, Chad Wiedmaier also had a great performance in his final game, as he held Stanwick, the 2011 Tewaaraton Trophy winner, to one assist in addition to his one goal at the end of the first half.

Princeton graduates four year starters Fiorito, Wiedmaier and longstick midfielder John Cunningham, as well as standouts like Jonathan Meyers, Alex Capretta and Mike Grossman.

Princeton went from 4-8 a year ago and not in the Ivy or NCAA tournaments to winning the league, getting back to the NCAA tournament and coming oh-so-close to advancing.

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2012-05-13



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