Eric Brodkowitz pitched seven effective innings on Sunday afternoon and the Bulldogs' offense did the rest to complete a weekend sweep in an 8-3 victory at Princeton.
Brodkowitz became the first Ivy Leaguer to win six conference games this season to help Yale improve to 14-4 in the Ancient Eight. With the win, the Bulldogs have a three-game lead in the standings with three Ivy games left.
Griffin Dey tied the game at three in the fifth with a RBI single to left that scored DeGraw, who got to third on a run-scoring fielder's choice by Wanger.
Ronai scored the go-ahead run in the sixth when Dai Dai Otaka laid down a sac bunt that led to an error. Christofori singled to left to advance Otaka to second and Teddy Hague to third. Hague had reached on a bunt single earlier in the inning.
DeGraw's sac fly scored Hague and advanced Otaka to third. Simon Whiteman, the next batter, lifted a fly ball to left to score Otaka.
Wanger delivered the first of two doubles on the day to score Christofori, who scored three runs in the game, to cap a four-run sixth. Wanger added another run-scoring double in the ninth to score Whiteman.
After giving Yale an insurance run, Wanger closed out the game on the mound over the final two innings. After pitching a perfect eighth, Wanger worked around a one-out single -- his only baserunner allowed -- to extend Yale's win streak to four in league play.
Up next, the Bulldogs will play at Quinnipiac on Tuesday for a 3 p.m. first pitch. The two teams had a game postponed on March 20.
Report filed by Ernie Bertothy, Yale Sports Publicity