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Men’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week
Andrew Kew / University of Tampa / Sr. / Attack / Oakville, Ontario
Kew earns Offensive Player of the Week honors for his scoring prowess during Tampa’s 21-10 win over Palm Beach Atlantic University. Now with 248 career goals, The Oakville, Ontario native becomes the NCAA Division-II leader in career goals. This week against the Sailfish, the senior attacker had seven points from five goals and two assists, while picking up three ground balls. He finishes the season leading the league in goals per game (3.33) and points per game (5.40). This honor places Kew third all-time in SSC weekly men’s lacrosse awards.
Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week
Greg Morissette / Lynn University / Sr. / Defense / Woodstock, Ontario
Morissette was selected Defensive Player of the Week for his defensive abilities during Lynn’s 11-10 overtime victory over Saint Leo University. The Woodstock, Ontario product caused three turnovers and scooped six ground balls in the victory. He also added a transition goal to his stat sheet. The senior defender helped Lynn to 16-of-17 in clearing and held the Lions to one man-up goal on two attempts. With the win, the Fighting Knights claimed the SSC regular season championship.
Men’s Lacrosse Specialist of the Week
Dryden Brous / Lynn University / Jr. / FO / Ocean City, Maryland
Brous takes Specialist of the Week for his work at the dot during Lynn’s 11-10 overtime win over Saint Leo University. The junior faceoff specialist picked up ten ground balls and won 19-of-23 faceoffs, including the opening faceoff in overtime that led to the Fighting Knights victory. With the win, the Fighting Knights claimed the SSC regular season championship. Brous is second in the SSC in faceoff percentage (0.737). This weekly award keeps Brous second all-time in the category within men’s lacrosse.
Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week
Kallie German / Rollins College / Sr. / Attack / Centreville, Maryland
German repeats as Offensive Player of the Week after leading Rollins’ offense in a 17-6 win over Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. The Centreville, Maryland native registered 10 points from four goals and six assists and caused one turnover. During the game, German became the program’s all-time leader in goals scored with 196. With the conclusion of the regular season, German leads the SSC in points per game (5.87), is second in assists per game (2.67), and is third in goals per game (3.20).
Women’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week
Bridget Sutter / University of Tampa / So. / Goalie / Evergreen, Colorado
Sutter claims Defensive Player of the Week for her goaltending performance during Tampa’s wins over Saint Leo University (19-13) and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (20-8). For the week, the Evergreen, Colorado product had 18 saves, allowed 21 goals, picked up 13 ground balls, and caused one turnover. The sophomore goalie led the Spartans defense in clearing the ball 38-of-41 times and allowed just four goals on ten free position shot attempts. Sutter leads the league in saves per game (9.07) and is second in save percentage (0.495).
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