Kavanagh scores game winner to send Irish to Championship Weekend.
Key BIG EAST battle slated for 2 p.m. (ET) at Arlotta Stadium.
Irish outscore Hoyas 8-3 in final three quarters of the game.
Game can be seen live on ESPNU and WatchESPN.com.
Sean Rogers spearheads Irish offense with four goals and one assist.
Photos - action and postgame celebration - from Notre Dame 14-11 NCAA Quarterfinal vs. Albany (May 16, 2015; Denver, CO).
NCAA Lacrosse Championship
Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse vs Maryland on 04-19-2014
Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse vs Duke on 04-05-2014.
#4 Notre Dame Fighting Irish Men's Lacrosse vs Georgetown Hoyas on 04-14-2013.
AS A JUNIOR (2015): Suited up for the Irish for 12 games ... totaled four goals ... three ground balls ... scored two goals against Dartmouth in the third game of the season ... earned a monogram.AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Played in all 18 games, including 16 starts on the first midfield line ... tallied eight goals and one assist ... one ground ball ... started the first 16 games of the season ... scored a goal in the 19-7 season-opening victory at Jacksonville ... began a career-best three-game goal streak with Notre Dame's first score in the 11-10 win at North Carolina in the ACC opener ... deposited a goal against Denver ... his score gave the Irish a 2-1 lead in the 18-9 victory over Virginia ... tallied a career-best three goals in the 12-7 win at Marquette ... notched an assist in the 15-5 triumph of Robert Morris ... scored to give the Irish a 6-5 lead at halftime in the 14-13 overtime besting of Albany in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship ... earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Played in nine games ... was a key factor in Notre Dame's faceoff unit ... went 23-of-47 (.489) in faceoff attempts ... three ground balls ... went 3-of-3 in faceoffs in a 12-10 setback to St. John's ... also was 3-of-3 along with picking up a season-high two ground balls in a 13-8 victory at Providence ... won a season-high 13 faceoffs (on 22 attempts) in a 10-8 win over Georgetown.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Ranked No. 49 in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshmen ... rated as the 17th best midfielder in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse ... a five-time letter winner at Shoreham-Wading River High School ... played on the varsity squad since the eighth grade ... three-time team captain ... the first sophomore to ever be named captain at Shoreham-Wading River ... as a senior, he helped Shoreham-Wading River win the Suffolk County Class "C", the Long Island Class "C" and the New York State Class "C" Championships en route to earning All-America honors from US Lacrosse and was named Suffolk County Class "C" MVP ... in addition, he was selected all-county, all-division and was named to MSG Varsity first team all-metro (N.Y.,N.J., Conn.) ... earned a spot on Newsday's First Team All-Long Island in 2012 ... helped Shoreham-Wading River to the Suffolk County Class "B" title during his junior campaign ... selected to tryout for the 2012 U.S. U-19 squad ... missed a good portion of his junior season due to injury ... received all-county and all-division accolades as a sophomore and was chosen to play on the Empire Top 50 Showcase ... selected to the all-star teams at the three events he attended that summer: Hot Beds, Maverik Showtime and King of the Hill ... was one of only five sophomores to be named to MSG Varsity Super 75 (top players on Long Island) ... son of James and Patricia Brosco ... older sister, Kaitlyn, was the Notre Dame women's lacrosse team from 2011-14 ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.