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Men’s lacrosse: Malvern Prep grad Dreyer wins tourney MVP, leads Air Force to ECAC title and NCAA berth

Sunday, 4th May 2014

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Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/4/14
From Staff Report

Keith Dreyer (Malvern Prep) had three goals and an assist and earned the tournament MVP award Saturday to lead the United States Air Force Academy to a 9-8 win over Fairfield in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Lacrosse Championship Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.

Keith Dreyer (malvern prep) of the Air Force receives the ECAC Tournament MVP award after leading his team to the league crown Saturday

Keith Dreyer (Malvern Prep) of the Air Force receives the ECAC Tournament MVP award after leading his team to the league crown Saturday (photos for Phillylacrosse.com)

Falcons’ junior Dreyer accounted for 10 points (4g, 6a) in two tourney games. Dreyer tallied a career best six points (1g, 5a) in a 14-6 win over Ohio State in the semifinal.

The game also featured a brotherly love battle as Fairfield midfielder Eric Warden (two goals) went up against Air Force defenseman Alex Warden. Both are Garnet Valley graduates.

BROTHERLY LOVE from GARNET VALLEY -  Fairfield midfielder Eric Warden (two goals) congratulates brother and Air Force defenseman Alex Warden after his team won the ECSAC title Saturday

BROTHERLY LOVE from GARNET VALLEY – Fairfield midfielder Eric Warden (two goals) congratulates brother and Air Force defenseman Alex Warden after his team won the ECSAC title Saturday

The Falcons earned the Conference’s automatic berth in the NCAA tournament, and will now wait until Sunday evening to find out their tournament game location and opponent.

Air Force (10-5) advances to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1988 after securing its first-ever ECAC Lacrosse Tournament Championship title.

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