The sixth-seeded Loyola (MD.) Greyhounds men’s lacrosse team and Corning grad Aidan Olmstead lost to third-seeded Yale 8-5 in the NCAA Quarterfinals on Saturday in Hempstead, New York.
Yale led 6-4 at halftime.
Trailing 7-4 in the 4th, John Duffy bounced in a goal for the Greyhounds to cut the lead to two with less than five minutes to play in regulation.
Ben Reeves scored a goal with under two minutes to go to put the Bulldogs in front 8-5.
Reeves had three goals and three assists for Yale (15-3).
Yale with play second-seeded Albany in the NCAA Semifinals next Saturday at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass.
Jacob Stover made a career-high 19 saves for the Greyhounds.
Olmstead finishes his freshman season at Loyola (13-4) with 19 goals and 21 assists.