NCAA Three Stars: Week Four

(Photos: Bucknell Athletics/Duke Athletics/Saint Josephs Athletics)

Week four 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 four of the season. 

First Star

Will Yorke, Attack, Bucknell

The senior came up big, having himself a career day in Bucknell’s 20-11 victory over Marist on Saturday. The Chicago, Ill. native tallied 11 points (9G/2A) in the win, breaking Bucknell’s program record for goals in a game and tying the record in points. He also tied the Patriot League record for goals in a game, which was set by Navy’s Dave Little in 2017.

Second Star

Dyson Williams, Attack, Duke

Freshman attackman Dyson Williams had himself one heck of a week, helping to lead Duke to wins over Richmond and Furman. The Ontario native scored a career-high seven goals against Richmond on Friday night, putting the team on his back. He followed that performance up with  four-goal outing against Furman on Sunday. 

Third Star 

Zach Cole, Faceoff, Saint Josephs

The Saint Josephs Hawks are quietly 4-1 heading into March. And one big reason for their early-season success has been sophomore faceoff man Zach Cole. The Mount Laurel, N.J. native ranks second in DI in faceoff win percentage (.750). In the Hawks’ victory over Monmouth, Cole went 14-for-16 at the faceoff dot, scooped up 10 ground balls, and scored a goal. 

Honorable Mention

Tre LeClair, Attack, Ohio State (6G/2A vs Cornell)

John Piatelli, Attack, Cornell (5G/3A vs Ohio State)

Michael Sowers, Attack, Princeton (2G/7A vs Johns Hopkins)

Billy Philpott, Attack, UMass (4G/1A vs Yale)

Tucker Dordevic, Midfield, Syracuse (5G/2A vs Hobart)

 

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