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The Penn State men’s lacrosse program finished the 2018 season at No. 20 in all three of the national polls.
Men's lacrosse senior among four Big Ten student-athletes to compete in the 77th annual event
Gerard Arceri was named Specialist of the Year, while five total student-athletes were honored by the Big Ten coaches.
Penn State falls to Michigan, 10-9, in overtime on Saturday afternoon
Penn State will host Michigan at 11 a.m. Saturday for Senior Day
2018 TEAM CAPTAIN
Recorded an assist against Robert Morris (2/16) … Put in two goals and three assists for a career-high five points at Hobart (2/11) … Picked up two groundballs against Cornell (2/18) … Recorded two assists at Villanova (2/25) … Had an assist against Penn (3/4) … Put up two points against Furman (3/7) with a goal and an assist … Contributed one goal, two assists and two groundballs at Harvard (3/11) … Had one goal and a ground ball against Fairfield (3/17) … Recorded an assist, three groundballs and caused a turnover in Ohio State win (4/2) … Tallied a goal and an assist for two points at Maryland (4/8) … Had one goal, one assist and two ground balls at Johns Hopkins (4/15) … Matched season high after putting in two goals against Rutgers (4/23) and recorded two ground balls … Had game-winning goal and picked up a ground ball in 17-13 win at Michigan (4/30).
Played in all 15 games during the 2015 season … Scored at least one goal in five outings, recording two or more in three of the five games … Logged his first career hat trick in the win against Hobart (2/13) … Posted one goal and one assist for a pair of points on the road at then-No. 18 Cornell (2/20) … Posted two goals on two shots and added one ground ball and a caused turnover at Furman (3/8) … Tallied two assists in the OT win against No. 8 Harvard (3/12) … Matched a career-best mark with a hat trick against No. 1 Denver (3/26), adding two assists for a career-high five points on the way to his first career Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week award … Dished out one assist in the win at Ohio State (4/3) … Scored one goal against No. 5 Maryland (4/10) … Totaled two assists against No. 17 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … Had one assist and picked up one ground ball in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals against top-seeded Maryland (5/5).
Started five games and appeared in an additional five ... Scored a goal in the Big Ten Tournament game against Johns Hopkins (4/30) and added three assists ... Helpers came against Vermont (2/7) and in consecutive contests versus Villanova (2/21) and Marist (3/10) ... Took 13 shots, six of which were in his first collegiate game against the Catamounts ... Two shots each in against the Red Foxes, at UMass (3/14) and against Blue Jays ... Picked up a pair of ground balls, versus Vermont and Loyola (2/14).
BEFORE PENN STATE
Ranked No. 6 by Inside Lacrosse’s Power 100 Freshman rankings for 2014-15 ... Twice named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American and participated in 2014 Under Armour All-America Classic ... Named first-team All-Tri-State and Newsday Suffolk County Player of the Year as a senior for scoring 46 goals and 55 assists ... Tallied 44 goals, 53 assists in his junior year, 32 goals and 38 assists in his sophomore year and eight goals, 10 assists freshman year ... Lettered in football and basketball.
Born Ryan J. Keenan on Jan. 6, 1996 in East Islip, New York … Parents are Sean and Bridget Keenan ... Has an older brother, Kyle, who plays lacrosse at Duke University ... Sean played lacrosse while Bridget played soccer, basketball, and softball at Adelphi University ... Majoring in labor and employment relations.