Lacrosse Bucket Team, Players of The Week From Week Four

(Photo Courtesy of Army West Point)

The first weekend of March has come and gone, meaning the college lacrosse season is officially one full month in. Week four of the season provided more exciting action on top of what has already been an crazy season.

So without further ado, here is the Lacrosse Bucket Team of The Week as well as Players of The Week following the action from week four.

Team of The Week

Attack: Sean Donnelly, Drexel

Drexel got back in the win column on Saturday with an 12-11 victory over Sacred Heart. The Dragons’ offense was nearly all Donnelly in the game as he led the way with seven goals.

Attack: Jacob Angelus, Johns Hopkins

In what was one of the best games of the week, Johns Hopkins defeated Saint Joseph’s 15-14 at Homewood. Jacob Angelus led the way for the Blue Jays with eight points off two goals and six assists.

Attack: Aidan McLane, Brown

Brown earned a strong, 17-12 victory over Stony Brook on Saturday afternoon. McLane led the way for the Bears with seven points off five goals and two assists.

Midfield: Justin Tiernan, Lehigh

In Lehigh’s Patriot League opener, the Mountain Hawks defeated Navy 13-10. Tiernan was a big part of that effort, tallying five points off three goals and two assists.

Midfield: Emmett Paradine, Dartmouth

In the freshman’s second ever start, he score four goals and dished out one assist to help lead Dartmouth past Siena 11-8.

Midfield: Evan Plunkett, Army West Point

Army West Point defeated Holy Cross 13-6 to open Patriot League play on Saturday. The freshman led the way with seven points off three goals and four assists.

Faceoff: Jake Naso, Duke

Duke beat Syracuse 14-13 in overtime to secure the Blue Devils’ first ever win in the dome. Naso was crucial in the game, going 12-for-30 (70%) on the day.

SSDM: Jake Stevens, Princeton

Princeton lost on Saturday but the Swiss Army Knife middie still had one of the best stat lines of the weekend, as usual. Stevens ended the day with three goals, one assist, five ground balls, and three caused turnovers.

LSM: Ethan Rall, Rutgers

Rall had five ground balls and three caused turnovers while helping Rutgers to a 18-14 win over the Utah Utes on Saturday.

Defense: Roy Meyer, Boston U.

Usually playing at LSM, Meyer started at close for the Terriers this week and recorded two caused turnovers, three ground balls, and score a goal in Boston U.’s 14-8 win over Colgate to open Patriot League play.

Defense: Kyle Stofko, Marist

Marist won its first game of the season, beating Bucknell 14-11. Stofko grabbed five ground balls and caused three turnovers to help lead the way for the Red Foxes’ defense.

Defense: Jack Posey, Penn State

Penn State kept Penn off the scoreboard for the first 11 minutes and change as well as for around the final 17 minutes. Posey was a big part of that effort, grabbing two ground balls, causing one turnover. He also scored two goals.

Goalie: Liam Entenenmann, Notre Dame

The star goalie had a strong day in Notre Dame’s win over Maryland, making 14 saves with a 54% save percentage to anchor the Fighting Irish defense.

Players of The Week

Offense: Jacob Angelus, A, Johns Hopkins

Angelus had eight points off two goals and six assists in Hopkins’ 15-14 win over Saint Joseph’s.

Defense: Roy Meyer, D/LSM, Boston U.

Meyer recorded two caused turnovers, three ground balls, and score a goal in Boston U.’s 14-8 win over Colgate.

Freshman: Evan Plunkett, A, Army West Point

Plunkett had seven points off three goals and four assists to lead Army past Holy Cross in its Patriot League opener.

Transfer: Kevin Winkoff, Attack, Penn State

The Binghamton grad transfer had five goals in Penn State’s upset win over Penn.


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