NCAA Three Stars: Week Ten

(Photos courtesy of Virginia/Army West Point/Quinnipiac)

Week ten 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 ten of the season. 

First Star

Matt Moore, Attack, Virginia

After falling to the Tar Heels at home almost a month earlier, the Virginia Cavaliers went into Chapel Hill and pulled out the 18-16 victory. Moore led the Virginia offense in the win with two goals and six assists for eight points.

Second Star

Wyatt Schupler, Goalie, Army West Point

The Army Black Knights earned a big top-20 win over Loyola, 12-7, on Saturday afternoon. Schupler was a huge part of the victory, making 16 saves with a 69% save percentage in the win. Saturday marked the third game in which Schupler and the Army defense held the opposing team to single digits.

Third Star

Demitri George, Faceoff, Quinnipiac

On Saturday, the junior went 27-for-30 (90%) at the faceoff dot and scored two goals to help lead the Quinnipiac Bobcats to a 13-12 double overtime victory over Manhattan. In a midweek contest against Siena, George had a career day going 15-for-14 (93%) and scored a goal to help lead the Bobcats to a 7-5 victory.

Honorable Mention

Anthony DeMaio, Attack, Maryland – Seven Points (5G/2A) @ Michigan

Jared Bernhardt, Attack, Maryland – Seven Points (5G/2A) @ Michigan

Connor Kirst, Midfield, Rutgers – Seven Points (4G/3A) @ Penn State

Ricky Fedorchak, LSM, UMBC – Four Caused Turnovers and one ground ball @ UAlbany

Tommy Burke, Faceoff, Vermont – 17-for-24 @ UMass Lowell

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