No. 15 Penn State men's lacrosse defeated No. 9 Denver in Jacksonville, Fla. on Sunday, Feb. 17.
2014 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 2012 CAA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM
Made 10 starts and appeared in all 13 games ... Scored four goals in consecutive games (3/18-29) and dished out a pair of assists ... Netted two goals against Villanova (3/29) ... Took 10 shots, six of which were on goal ... Collected 20 ground balls ... Picked up four in the season opener against Michigan (2/8) ... Caused four turnovers with a season-high two against Albany(3/22) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
Saw time in all 17 games with 15 starts as a short-stick defensive midfielder, scoring a goal, picking up 32 ground balls and causing 16 turnovers, which ranked third on the team ... Had a standout performance in a win over Denver (2/17) scoring a highlight-reel goal, picking up four ground balls and causing a turnover ... Gathered two or more ground balls in nine contests including a career-high five against Lehigh (3/9) ... Forced three turnovers in an 11-3 win over Bucknell (3/27) ... Caused a pair of turnovers against Notre Dame (2/24) and Delaware (4/20).
Appeared in all 15 games scoring one goal off three shots, winning 25 ground balls, and causing 11 turnovers ... Scored first collegiate goal against Notre Dame (2/26) in the Lions' 4-3 victory ... Picked up a season-high four ground balls against Lehigh (3/20) ... Registered a ground ball in all but two contests.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Four-year member of the Skaneateles High School boys' lacrosse team ... As a senior, named an ESPN Rise Honorable Mention All-American and earned first-team all-league honors ... Garnered second-team all-league recognition and helped lead team to a sectional championship as a junior.
Born on Jan. 21, 1993 ... Parents are Craig and Rhonda ... Has two brothers, Marcus and Eric ... Majoring in agricultural sciences.