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Ryan Keenan and Dan Craig score three each as Penn State takes down No. 1 Denver to capture the 2016 Patriot Cup
The Nittany Lions advanced to the first-ever Big Ten Men's Lacrosse Tournament after wins over Michigan and Rutgers
The Nittany Lions took Johns Hopkins to double overtime earlier this season
The Nittany Lions allowed one goal in the first half for the first time this season
Penn State and Michigan possess identical 1-3 records in Big Ten play for the No. 4 spot
The ninth-ranked Nittany Lions defeated Ohio State, 11-8, at the Horseshoe.
Photos by Steve LaCrosse
No. 12 Penn State knocked off No. 4 Notre Dame at Arlotta Stadium Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
Played in 13 games during the 2016, starting each of the first four outings … Scored two goals and picked up one ground ball in the win against Robert Morris (2/6) … Scored once against Hobart (2/13) … Recorded one goal in three consecutive games against UMass (3/19), No. 1 Denver (3/26) and in the Big Ten opener at Ohio State (4/3) … Took one shot in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).
Appeared in 13 contests, starting against Maryland (4/4) ... Scored five goals, two of which came in the final two games of the season ... Netted a man-up goal in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) ... Notched goals at Loyola (2/14), against Penn (2/28) and Ohio State (3/29) ... Recorded 20 shots, a season-best five coming against Michigan (4/25) ... Picked up a ground ball in consecutive games against Denver (3/21) and Ohio State (3/29) ... Caused a turnover against Rutgers (4/19).
Played in nine games … Scored a trio of goals: against Michigan (2/8), Ohio State (3/1) and Denver (3/10) … Dished out two assists … Posted points in four-straight games (3/1-3/22) … Took 17 shots, seven of which were on goal … Caused a turnover and picked up a ground ball against Albany (3/22).
BEFORE PENN STATE
Attended Stony Brook for the fall 2013 semester ... Two-time letterwinner at Yorktown, scoring 94 goals and 18 assists, while leading Yorktown to a pair of section titles ... Named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American senior year behind 67 goals and 15 assists ... Earned Hudson Valley Player of the Year and named a Tri-State first-team midfielder senior year ... Tallied 27 goals and three assists junior year en route to an All-Section honor ... Played club lacrosse for the Yorktown Ballers (three years) and Husked Corn (one year).
Born Brian Patrick Prestreau on Feb. 25, 1995 in Westchester, New York … Parents are Kerri and Nick ... Has two older brothers, Nick and Michael ... Majoring in labor and employment relations.