Stony Brook midfielder Ellie Masera carries the ball in the second quarter...

Stony Brook midfielder Ellie Masera carries the ball in the second quarter during the CAA women’s lacrosse final against Drexel on May 4 at Stony Brook. Credit: Bob Sorensen

Mount Sinai's Emma Tyrrell had five goals and an assist, including two goals during a second-half flurry, to pace host Syracuse in a 15-10 victory over Stony Brook on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA Division I women's lacrosse tournament.

The midfielder, a grad student, had one of her goals during a four-goal outburst that gave the Orange an 11-5 lead just before halftime.

 For the Seawolves (18-3), Kailyn Hart (North Babylon) had three goals and two assists and Ellie Masera (Eastport-South Manor) and Jaden Hampel (West Islip) each scored two goals.

SBU goaltender Emily Manning (Sayville) made eight saves.

Syracuse (15-5), the No. 3 seed, moves on to face sixth-seeded Yale in the quarterfinals.

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