(Photos: Syracuse Athletics/Princeton Athletics/North Carolina 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.
Drake Porter, Goalie, Syracuse
The senior came up big, having himself a career day in Syracuse’s 9-7 victory over Army. Porter recorded a career-high 18 saves in the victory, including multiple huge ones in the second half to keep the Army offense at bay. The Auora, Ont. native is currently ranked ninth in DI in save percentage.
Michael Sowers, Attack, Princeton
The DI scoring leader sent shockwaves through the college lacrosse world, once again, helping lead Princeton to an upset 16-12 victory over defending champion Virginia. The speed demon of an attackman tallied eight points (4G/4A) in the victory. Sowers also recorded
Chris Gray, Attack, North Carolina
Gray continued his impressive start to the season with the Tar Heels on Saturday in their 17-10 win over Johns Hopkins. The Boston U. transfer recorded nine points (8G/1A) in the road victory.
Kyle Mullin, Goalie, Harvard (15 Saves v.s. UMass)
Tristian Hanna, Attack, Cleveland State (7G v.s. Air Force, 1A v.s. Denver)
Sean Lulley, Midfield, Penn (6G/1A v.s. Duke)
Sean Christman, FO, Boston U. (21-for-28, 15GB, 1G v.s Bellarmine)