scored Penn's final four goals, all in the fourth quarter, as the 10th-ranked Quakers (10-3) rallied past Cornell (11-4) for an 11-10 win in an Ivy League men's lacrosse semifinal Friday night in Cambridge, Mass.
Penn advanced to face host Harvard, 10-9 winners over Yale, in the final on Sunday (noon, ESPNU).
In Princeton, Tory Bensen scored just under a minute into sudden-death period to give the Penn women's lacrosse team a 10-9 win over Harvard in an Ivy semifinal. The Quakers will take on host Princeton, 12-5 winners over Cornell, in the final at noon Sunday.
Basketball prospect Austin Williams said he will attend Drexel next season. The 6-8 forward out of Trinity Episcopal in Richmond, Va., averaged 12.5 points per game and 8.7 rebounds this past season. The Dragons also announced the signing of Roman Catholic guard Rashaan London, guard Sammy Mojica from Brimmer and May School in Massachusetts, and forward Tyshawn Miles of Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School in New York. Also, Drexel announced guard Ahmad Fields will transfer in from Utah. He sit out next season, and have three years of eligibility remaining.
La Salle basketball coach John Giannini annonced that director of operations Sean Neal has been promoted to assistant coach.
RUNNING Sprinter Tyson Gay accepted a one-year suspension after testing positive for a banned substance nearly a year ago and returned the silver medal he won in the men's 400-meter relay at the 2012 London Olympics.
USADA announced that Gay's one-year ban began June 23, the day his sample was collected at the U.S. championships. As part of the penalty, Gay, the American record-holder in the 100, also accepted loss of results dating to July 15, 2012, the date of when he first used a product that contained a banned substance. He was a member of the relay team at the London Games that finished second to Jamaica. The Americans set a national record with a time of 37.04 seconds.
HORSE RACING Two-time Trotter of the Year Moni Maker died at 21 after complications from colic surgery. The U.S. Trotting Association said the bay mare died in Kennett Square at New Bolton Center, the veterinary hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
NFL Jets quarterback Michael Vick, who wore No. 7 with the Eagles and Atlanta Falcons, tweeted that he will wear No. 1 with New York. Vick wrote that he decided his first choice, No. 8, was "not the right fit for me" after trying it on.