Yale Hosts Men's Soccer Regular-Season Finale on Saturday
|Princeton (7-6-2, 3-1-2) at Yale (4-7-5, 1-2-3)|
|Gametime||Saturday, Nov. 10 at 3 p.m.|
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|Series Info||Record: Yale leads 43-36-22 (began 1910)|
|Streak: 1 Yale win
|Last Meeting: Yale 2-1 (11/12/11)|
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PRINCETON, N.J. (11/8/12) - Yale hosts the Princeton men's soccer team in the regular-season finale on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 3 p.m., at Reese Stadium.Princeton is 7-6-2 overall and 3-1-2 in the Ivy League to sit in fourth place with 11 points. The weather has disrupted the Tigers rhythm, as two non-conference games were cancelled in the last couple of weeks. Princeton posted a 3-0 shutout of Penn in its last time out on Nov. 3. Freshman Thomas Sanner leads the team offensively with four goals, three of which were game winners, and six assists for 14 points. Senior Matt Sanner, sophomore Cameron Porter and senior defender Mark Linnville have eight points each. Eight other field players have a point or more. Junior Seth MacMillan boasts a 5-3-2 record with three shutouts, to go along with a 0.85 goals against average and a .775 save percentage. His GAA ranks 33rd in the nation.
Yale enters its final game of the season with a 4-7-5 record. The Bulldogs are sixth in the Ivy League with a 1-2-3 record. Yale is unbeaten in its last three games with a 2-1 win over Penn and back-to-back ties against Columbia and Brown. Senior Scott Armbrust and junior Peter Jacobson both have a team-leading seven points on matching three goals and one helper. Junior Jenner Fox has a team-high three assists and one goal for five points. The trio has accounted for three of the team's four game winners. Senior keeper Bobby Thalman has started in 15 games and has a 0.96 GAA and an .833 save percentage.
Yale holds a 43-36-22 edge in the all-time series, that began in 1910. The Bulldogs won the last meeting a 2-1 game last year. The last five meetings have been split at 2-2-1.