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TJ Sanders
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TJ  Sanders

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Orillia, Ont.

High School:
The Millbrook School (N.Y.)

Weight:
179

Position:
A

Birthdate:
09/17/1993


03/02/2015

Sanders Named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

Sanders' four goals and two assists led Penn State to its first win over a ranked opponent this season

02/27/2015

Nittany Lions Host No. 16/11 Penn Saturday

Penn State's first collegiate game in program history was against Penn in 1913

02/21/2015

Men's Lacrosse Falls to Villanova, 11-7

Nick Aponte's first career multi-goal game featured four tallies

02/20/2015

No. 17/18 Penn State Visits In-State Rivals Saturday

Penn State leads the head-to-head with Villanova, 16-4

02/14/2015

Late Rally Not Enough for Men's Lacrosse

The Nittany Lions had six different scorers on the day

03/04/2014

No. 9 Men's Lacrosse at No. 19 Ohio State (3/1/2014

The ninth-ranked Nittany Lions defeated Ohio State, 11-8, at the Horseshoe.

Photos by Steve LaCrosse

03/17/2013

Men's Lacrosse Wins at UMass (3/16/13)

Penn State defeated UMass, 7-5, in Amherst, Mass. (Photos by Steve LaCrosse)

02/24/2013

No. 8 Men's Lacrosse Falls to No. 3 Notre Dame, 10-9 in OT

No. 8 Penn State men's lacrosse dropped a 10-9 overtime thriller to No. 3 Notre Dame at Holuba Hall.

2014 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN
2013 CAA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
2013 ALL-CAA SECOND TEAM
2013 ALL-CAA ROOKIE TEAM

2014
Made nine starts and appeared in four additional games ... Scored 23 goals, the second-most on the Nittany Lions, and fed three assists in consecutive games (2/22-3/10) ... Recorded points in all but one game on the season ... Seven multi-goal games ... Tallied five goals and recorded nine shots in the season opener against Michigan (2/8) ... Tallied four goals in a win over Dartmouth (3/18) ... Notched a hat trick and picked up a season-high four ground balls against UMass (3/15) ... Took 64 shots, 40 of which were on goal, both ranked second on the team ... Seven shots at Notre Dame (2/22) ... First on the team in man-up goals (4) ... Gathered 16 ground balls ... Caused a turnover against Loyola (2/15) ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

2013
Earned CAA Rookie of the Year, All-CAA Second Team and All-CAA Rookie Team honors after a 44-goal, five-assist season with 49 total points ... Started in all 17 games at attack, ranking second on the team in points and first in goals ... Collected 18 ground balls and forced five turnovers during the season ... Registered a team-high seven man-up goals ... Scored in 15 of 17 games and tallied multiple goals in a game on 11 occasions...Scored nine hat-tricks with three five-goal performances...Named CAA Rookie of the Week five times (2/11, 3/4, 3/11, 4/8, 4/15) along with a CAA Co-Player of the Week honor (4/15) ... Named Cascade/Inside Lacrosse National Rookie of the Week (3/13) ... Kicked off collegiate career with a five-point outing against Michigan (2/9) on four goals and an assist ... Tallied a hat trick in a win over No. 9 Denver (2/17) ... Scored five goals in back-to-back games against Ohio State (3/2) and Lehigh (3/9), earning first six-point game vs. Lehigh ... Notched four goals in an 11-3 win over Bucknell (3/26) ... Scored four goals in a 13-6 win over Drexel (4/6) ... Tallied five goals on eight shots in a 10-8 win over Towson (4/13) ... Notched first two-assist game in a win over Delaware (4/20) ... Scored a hat trick against Hofstra (4/27) ... Posted a two-goal game in a CAA Semifinal win over UMass (5/1) ... Earned ninth hat trick in CAA Final vs. Towson (5/3) ... Scored twice and picked up four ground balls in an NCAA First Round game vs. Yale (5/11).

BEFORE PENN STATE
Played for three years at the Millbrook School in New York ... Helped lead team to a 13-4 record senior year ... Played club lacrosse for Team Ontario and Edge Lacrosse.

PERSONAL
Taylor Jeffrey Sanders was born September 17, 1993 in Orillia, Ontario ... Parents are Jeff and Robin Sanders ... Has a younger sister, Jordi ... Anticipates a major in business.

QUOTING SANDERS ON PENN STATE
"I chose Penn State because it is the place that I feel I will fit in and succeed the most."

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