(Photo Courtesy of Georgetown Athletics)
Georgetown attackman Dylan Watson will be spending his fifth and final season of eligibility in the Sunshine State with the Jacksonville Dolphins.
The Dolphins officially announced the addition of Watson via social media on Tuesday afternoon.
A 5-foot-10, 190-pound Ontario native was a three-year starter for the Hoyas and one of their most impactful offensive weapons. Hailing from north of the border and with a box background, Watson has been one of the best inside finishers in college lacrosse. He ended his time at Georgetown with a total of 119 goals and 20 assists for 139 points overall.
This past spring, Watson tallied 64 points off 58 goals and six assists. He led the Hoyas in goals and was the team’s second-leading point-getter. Watson was unanimously named the Big East Attackman of The Year and a First-Team All-Big East selection.
At Jacksonville, Watson joins a squad that had their best season ever in 2022 as they went 14-3 and fell in the SoCon title game. Jacksonville will return their entire starting attack of Max Waldbaum (48G/24A), Jacob Greiner (51G/18A), and Jackson Intrier (31G/30A).
With the addition of Watson, that gives the Dolphins an attack unit next season that scored 188 goals in 2022. (Thanks to Ray Carnicelli of Lax904 for that stats breakdown).