(Photos: Hobart Athletics/Princeton Athletics/Army Athletics)
Week two of the college lacrosse season is officially in the books. And while there were outstanding performances across the country, here’s our three stars from week two of the season.
Jason Knox, Attack, Hobart
The sophomore sent shockwaves around the college lacrosse world on Saturday after he scored 10 goals in the Statesmen’s 26-9 victory over Siena. Knox now holds the DI program and NEC record for most goals in a game. He came just one shy of the NCAA DI record of 11 goals in a single game. Knox also dished out one assist, as well.
Michael Sowers, Attack, Princeton
Projected as a high-level draft pick in either of the pro leagues, Michael Sowers started his senior campaign off with a bang. The speed demon of an attackman tallied 11 points (4G/7A), and in the process tied his the program record for points in a game. Sowers already held that record along with David Tickner and David Heubeck.
Wyatt Schupler, Goalie, Army
The sophomore continued his impressive start of the season, making 16 saves with an 88.89% save percentage to help the Black Knights take down Rutgers 15-4. The Ponte Vedra, Fla. product currently sits second in DI in save percentage through three games so.