Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week: Week 10

(Photo Courtesy of Jacksonville Athletics)

Week 10 of the college lacrosse is in the books.

So without further ado, here is the Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week after last weekend’s action.

Attack: Keegan Khan, Maryland

All eyes may have been on another Terrapin attackman on Sunday night, but Khan led the way with six points off four goals and two assists as Maryland blew out Rutgers 17-9.

Attack: Chris Brown, Princeton

The Tigers’ earned a 12-7 win over Boston U. on Saturday afternoon and in that contest Brown was the leading point-getter, although he never scored a goal. Brown dished out seven assists while also grabbing four ground balls and causing one turnover as a big help in the riding game, holding the Terriers to a 19-of-26 mark clearing.

Attack: Pat Kavanagh, Notre Dame

Once again, Pat Kavanagh helped lead the Irish to victory. This time, against the Duke Blue Devils as the Irish earned the 16-15 win in Durham on Saturday. Kavanagh tallied seven points off three goals and four assists.

Midfield: Jack Mulcahy, Drexel

The Drexel Dragons put and end to their three-game winning streak with a 19-18 come from behind win against Fairfield on Saturday. Mulcahy led the way with seven points off two goals and five assists.

Midfield: Chris Lyons, Yale

Yale had arguably the best week of their season, beating Boston U. 22-15 on Tuesday and Dartmouth 23-6 on Saturday. In both contest, freshman Chris Lyons showed up once again. Lyons had a career day with eight points (6G/2A) against the Terriers before scoring two goals and dishing out one assist against the Big Green.

Midfield: Justin Brown, Michigan

Michigan may have fallen in overtime at Penn State on Friday night in a near complete comeback, but the lacrosse world was introduced to Justin Brown. The sophomore came off the bend and provided a spark, scoring five goals in the contest.

Faceoff: Jacob Alexander, Bryant

The Bulldogs ultimately fell to Saint Joseph’s 11-10 in a big NEC matchup of the season, but Alexander did something that doesn’t happen that often: hold Zach Cole to under 60%. Alexander went 12-for-23 (52%) and held Cole to 11-for-21. Alexander went 10-for-16 (62%) in the second half alone, which included a perfect 7-for-7 mark in the third quarter.

SSDM: Tucker Garrity, Jacksonville

In Jacksonville’s win over Richmond, their rope unit impressed. At the forefront of that effort was Garrity as he ended the day with four ground balls, three caused turnovers, and one goal.

LSM: BJ Farrare, Penn

In the Quakers’s loss, Farrare was one of the brightest spots for a squad that was able to get out in run often. Farrare ended the day with one goal, one assist, one ground ball, and two caused turnovers.

Defense: Quentin Carlisle, Air Force

The Air Force Falcons earned their first ASUN win over Detroit Mercy on Saturday with 13-4 victory. Carlisle led the way on the back end with four ground balls and three caused turnovers as their most impactful pole.

Defense: Colin Hinton, Jacksonville

A week after holding Asher Nolting to one goal and two assists in a win over High Point, Hinton put on a defensive clinic once again. This time it was against the Richmond Spiders as the Dolphins earned the 13-11 victory. Matched up on Dalton Young, Hinton held him to just one goal and one assist.

Defense: George Baughan, Princeton

The Princeton Tigers’ defense put on a stellar performance in the Tigers’ 12-7 win over Boston U. on Saturday afternoon. Leading that effort was Baughan, who ended the day with eight ground balls and three caused turnovers. Matched up against Louis Perfetto, he held him scoreless for the first time in his career.

Goalie: Brett Dobson, St. Bonaventure

Another big day from Dobson? You bet. The senior made 21 saves in the Bonnies’ 6-3 win over Monmouth on Saturday to help them move to 3-0 in MAAC play.

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