Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week Archive

2018 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


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2017 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


May 1, 2017
Hodgson, a freshman from Richmond, Va., set the tone for the Generals in a pair of ODAC victories last week to help Washington and Lee secured the top seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament. The Generals' face-off specialist combined to win 30-of-41 matchups from the circle for a 73.2-percent average. In a 24-7 victory over Randolph, Hodgson won 18-of-26 showdowns while picking up 10 ground balls. He also caused a turnover. It was more of the same in a 26-6 victory over Randolph-Macon as he failed to secure possession for his team just three times, winning 12-of-15 face-offs while adding eight more ground balls. For the season, Hodgson is #1 in the league in face-offs won at 212-of-321, which is good for a 66.0-percent mark. He also leads the ODAC ground balls (112).

April 24, 2017
Jackson, a senior from Baltimore, Md., helped the Maroons collected a pair of conference wins including previous ODAC unbeaten Washington and Lee. Jackson notched 10 points on the week beginning with two goals and two assists in a 17-10 win at Bridgewater. He added three ground balls and a caused turnover to his line. Against Washington and Lee, Jackson scored three goals and dished out three assists. His goal with 33-seconds to play broke a 14-all tie and gave Roanoke a 15-14 victory over the Generals. He added four ground balls and a caused turnover. For the season, Jackson has racked up 49 points and 24 goals and 25 assists.

April 17, 2017
Lombardo, a sophomore from Franklin Park, N.J., picks up his second weekly award after leading Lynchburg to a pair of ODAC wins last week. Lombardo started off his 11-point week with five goals and a pair of assists in an 18-7 victory over Randolph. He then helped the Hornets create some space in the ODAC standings with two goals and two assists in a 16-10 over Hampden-Sydney. The triumph moved Lynchburg to 6-1 on the ODAC charts, tied with Roanoke for second and just a half-game back of 6-0 Washington and Lee. For the season, Lombardo is seventh in the ODAC with 50 points on an ODAC third-best 39 goals to go with 11 assists.

April 10, 2017
Adams, a sophomore from Grosse Point, Mich., helped the nationally 20th-ranked Hornets to a pair of ODAC wins last week by registering 11 total points. In a 24-10 win at Shenandoah, Adams scored four times and dished out an assist. He added a ground ball to his stat line. He followed that with another goal and five assists in a playmaking role, adding two caused turnovers and a ground ball to his performance in a 19-7 win at Randolph-Macon. For the season, Adams has racked up 19 points on eight goals and 11 assists.

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2016 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


May 2, 2016
Murphy, a senior from Downingtown, Pa., registered 15 points in the Hornets final two regular season games of the season. He oped with seven goals in a 16-5 triumph over Randolph-Macon. He added three ground balls to his effort. Murphy bettered his effort by one on the road at Virginia Wesleyan as he scored five times and dished out three assists for eight points in a 17-11 victory over the Marlins. He chipped in five ground balls. For the season, Murphy is second in the ODAC with 75 points. He is third with 50 goals scored and fourth with 25 assists.

April 25, 2016
McManus, a freshman from Baltimore, Md., helped the Maroons to a pair of conference wins that included a victory over previous ODAC unbeaten Washington and Lee, propelling Roanoke to the top the ODAC standings. McManus stopped 27 shots and registered a 64.3 save percentage in a full 120 minutes of action in front of RC's cage. He opened with eight saves and a 57.1-percent save mark in a 14-6 victory over Bridgewater. He followed that with season-high 19 saves and a 67.9 save percentage in a 14-9 triumph over the Generals. It marked his seventh game with a 60.0-percent or better save percentage this season. Five of his save against W&L came in the first quarter and allowed RC to build a 6-0 cushion after the first 15 minutes. For the season, McManus leads the ODAC with a 58.4 save percentage. He's fifth with 142 saves and his 101 goals allowed are second amongst keepers with 600 minutes of field action or more.

April 18, 2016
McWilliams, a senior from Downingtown, Pa., registered a 16-point week in helping the Maroons to a pair of ODAC wins last week. He opened with six goals and two assists in a 21-5 triumph at Shenandoah. He added a ground ball to a stat line. Over the week, McWilliams scored five times and dished out three assists in a 23-8 victory at Virginia Wesleyan. He chipped in two caused turnovers and a ground ball. For the season, McWilliams is third in the ODAC in points (54) and assists (21), and slots fourth in goals scored (33). He has taken the third-most shots (130) in the league.

April 11, 2016
Fiore, a senior from Ithaca, N.Y., posted an 11-point week in helping Guilford to a 2-0 week that included a conference victory over Bridgewater. Fiore opened with eight points on three goals and five assists in an 18-10 non-conference win over Ferrum. He followed that his second hat-trick of the week, including the game's final goal with 4:37 to play to seal a 7-5 victory at Bridgewater. He added three total ground balls on the week. For the season, Fiore leads Guilford and ranks sixth in the ODAC with 40 points on 20 goals and on ODAC second-best 20 assists.

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2015 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 27, 2015
Dabir, a senior from Washington and Lee, helped the Generals lock up the fifth seed in the ODAC tournament with a pair of wins against squads that will also be in the six-team field. In a 15-5 win over Guilford, Dabir found the back of the net three times while picked up a pair of ground balls and causing a turnover. He followed that with six points in a 15-7 win at Virginia Wesleyan. He scored five times and dished out an assist in addition to picking up three ground balls. Dabir, who missed several games this season due to injury, has ranked up 21 points on 16 goals and five assists.

April 20, 2015
Finnegan, a junior from Lowell, Mass., registered 43 saves in a pair of ODAC wins for the Marlins, keeping VWC in the hunt for a top seed in the upcoming ODAC Tournament. Finnegan opened with 15 stops and a .652 save percentage in a 16-10 triumph over Randolph. His save percentage then ticked up to .800 in a 10-7 win at Guilford as he made an ODAC season-best 28 saves, the second most in his career (30 vs. Greensboro in 2014). Finnegan is currently second in the ODAC with 173 saves.

April 13, 2015
Stewart, a junior from Reisterstown, Md., continued his red-hot scoring run as Lynchburg won two conference games last week to keep the nationally fifth-ranked Hornets undefeated in league play. Stewart scored 10 times in the two contests, registering 11 points overall as LC topped Randolph and Virginia Wesleyan. He scored five times with one helper and a caused turnover in a 20-6 triumph over the cross-town WildCats. He then added five more goals with a caused turnover in a 19-5 victory over the Marlins, which marked VWC's first loss in league play. Stewart leads the ODAC in points (65) and goals scored (59). He's currently second in NCAA Division III in goals per game (4.45) and 10th in points per game (4.91).

April 6, 2015
Stewart, a junior from Reisterstown, Md., helped the fifth-ranked Hornets to three more victories last week, including two ODAC triumphs and in a top-10 matchup. Stewart opened with seven goals and an assist as the Lynchburg topped Washington and Lee, 15-6. He then tallied five times as LC defeated Bridgewater, 18-4. A day later, the Hornets traveled to then nationally sixth-ranked Stevenson and down the Mustangs, 13-9. Stewart scored four times, bringing his weekly total to 16 goals and 17 points. Stewart leads the ODAC with 54 points and 49 goals scored.

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2014 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 28, 2014
Andrews, a senior from Hereford, Md., put together a 17-point week as he helped the Yellow Jackets to a pair of conference wins and the fifth seed in the upcoming ODAC Men's Lacrosse Tournament. In a tight 15-14 win over Virginia Wesleyan, Andrews had a hand in 11 of R-MC's tallies as he scored nine times and dished out a pair of assists. He also picked up six ground balls and caused a trio of turnovers. Over the weekend at Bridgewater, Andrews capped the regular season with four goals and a pair of helpers in a 13-5 win over the Eagles. He picked up four more ground balls in the effort. Andrews is currently fourth in the ODAC with 69 points, while his 51 goals sit third on the league's charts.

April 21, 2014
Murphy, a sophomore from Downingtown, Pa., picks up his second weekly honor after helping the Hornets to a pair of ODAC wins, setting up a logjam at the top of the ODAC standings with three teams with only one conference loss. Murphy opened with one goal and a pair of assists as the Lynchburg handed Washington and Lee its first ODAC loss of the season via an 11-8 scoreline. His tally came on the game's lone man-advantage opportunity. On the weekend, Murphy accounted for half of LC's scoring with a career-high six goals in a 12-7 home win over Randolph-Macon. He also picked up three gound balls and caused a pair of turnovers. For the season, Murphy is fourth in the ODAC with 55 points on 35 goals and 20 assists.

April 14, 2014
Currier, a sophomore from Peterborough, Ontario, extended his goal scoring streak to 14 straight games (dating back to 2013) as he helped the Marlins to a pair of wins last week. Currier scored six times and dished out an assist in Virginia Wesleyan's 15-8 win at Ferrum. He followed that with two goals and five assists with five ground balls in a 12-11 double-overtime win over Guilford. He supplied the assist on the game-winner, which marked his ODAC-leading 32nd assist of the season. He also leads the ODAC in goals scored (39) and points (71). He is third NCAA Division III in points per game (6.36).

April 7, 2014
Jackson, a freshman from Baltimore, Md., helped the Maroons to a pair of conferenc wins, including a triumph over ninth-ranked Lynchburg. Jackson opened his week with three goals and one assist in a 15-4 win at Shenandoah. He followed that with five goals and a ground ball in a 13-7 home victory over Lynchburg. Jackson is tied for the team lead with 28 goals, which is sixth in the ODAC. His 37 points ranked ninth in the league.

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2013 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 29, 2013
Dabir, a sophomore from Grosse Point Farms, Mich., helped lead Washington and Lee to a pair of ODAC victories during the week by totaling eight goals and two assists, to go along with three ground balls. In a 14-3 win over Shenandoah on Wednesday, he led the team with four goals and three ground balls. He then posted a team-best six points on four goals and two assists in an 11-10 road victory over Hampden-Sydney on Saturday. For the season, Dabir is the team's second-leading scorer with 45 points on 31 goals and 14 assists. He has collected 90 career points over his first two seasons of play.

April 22, 2013
Lachlan, a senior from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, provided late-game heroics for a second straight week, helping lead the Maroons to a pair of conference wins. Lachlan opened the week with a goal and two assists in a 16-5 road win at Guilford. He had three groundballs in that contest. He followed up with three goals in a 9-8 win over 12th-ranked Washington and Lee. His final goal of the day, which proved to be the game's last goal, broke an 8-8 tie with 5:09 to play. For the season, Lachlan leads the ODAC in goals scored with 43. He is fourth in points with 54.

April 15, 2013
Lachlan, a senior from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, notched 11 points in helped the Maroons two three victories, including two ODAC contests and one against fourth-ranked Stevenson. Against the Mustangs, Lachlan beat the keeper four times and assisted on another tally in RC's 14-13 triumph. He came back with three goals and another helper in a 22-3 conference win over Bridgewater. Over the weekend, Lachlan found the back of the net on two straight goals, including the game-tying score with 2:29 to play, as the Maroons' recovered from a four-goal deficit in the fourth quarter with five unanswered goals to defeat Hampden-Sydney, 12-11. For the season, Lachlan leads the ODAC with 39 goals scored towards 48 total points, which ranks third in the league.

April 8, 2013
Parsons, a junior from Columbus, Ohio, helped lead the Maroons to a 2-0 week. He opened with two goals and an assist in a 22-5 triumph against Shenandoah. He also picked up four groundballs in that contest. Parsons followed with three goals in a 9-8 win at Lynchburg. His final tally broke an 8-8 tie with 1:28 to play third period, which proved to be the game-winner as neither team could crack either defense in the last stanza. For the season, Parsons has notched 12 points on seven goals and five assists.

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2012 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 23, 2012
Heinsohn, a junior from Charlottesville, Va., helped lead the W&L men’s lacrosse team to a 2-0 week by totaling five goals and two assists across the two games. In a 14-4 win over Greensboro on Wednesday, he notched one goal and one assist. In a 14-13 overtime win over Randolph-Macon on Saturday, Heinsohn totaled four goals and one assist, and scored the game-winner in overtime. For the year, Heinsohn is fourth on the team in scoring with 22 points on nine goals and 13 assists.

April 16, 2012
Hoff, a senior from Chester Springs, Pa., scored eight goals and tallied seven assists last week in a pair of Hornets' victories. In the process, he broke the school record for career points and is now first in the Lynchburg record books with 265 total points. Hoff also snagged three ground balls and caused a turnover in the week. In a 16-6 win over CNU, Hoff poured in five goals and dished out four assists. He followed that up with three goals and three more helpers in a 18-4 win over Guilford. Hoff leads the ODAC in goals (42) and points (65).

April 9, 2012
Keating, a senior from Chatham, N.J., led the Maroons to a pair of ODAC wins with 13 total points between the two games. In a 26-3 triumph over Randolph, Keating tallied four goals and dished out a pair of assists. He also picked up two ground balls. In a 14-12 win over Washington and Lee, Keating scored three times and passed out four helpers for a game-high seven points. Keating is currently first in the ODAC in points (54), assists (25), man-up goals (13), and man-down goals (2), and is fifth in goals scored (29).

April 2, 2012
Coretti, a senior from East Grand Rapids, Mich., led the Maroons to a pair of wins last week with 15 combined points. In a 16-5 triumph over Christopher Newport, Coretti scored six goals and dished out one assist while collecting a pair of ground balls. He followed that with a half-dozen more goals and two more assists in a 21-10 ODAC win over Virginia Wesleyan. He picked up two more grounders and forced a turnover in the effort.

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2011 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 25, 2011
Voumard, a sophomore from Cape May, N.J., scored seven goals and added two assists last week in two ODAC victories against Randolph-Macon and Virginia Wesleyan. He netted three goals with one assist against Randolph-Macon Wednesday in a 12-7 win and tallied four scores and an assist against Virginia Wesleyan in a 19-6 win Saturday.

April 18, 2011
Keating, a junior from Chatham, N.J., picks up his second straight ODAC weekly award. Keating scored six goals with two assists for eight points in a come-from-behind 17-15 win over Hampden-Sydney as the Maroons clinched their third-straight ODAC regular season title. He scored five of his goals in the second half, including a pair in RC's nine-goal fourth quarter in which it erased a 14-8 deficit to top the Tigers. The Maroons are 11-3 on the year and ranked eighth in the USILA Top-20 Poll.

April 11, 2011
Keating, a junior from Chatham, N.J., totaled seven goals and 10 assists for 17 points in three victories last week, two against ODAC opponents. He notched three goals and three assists with four groundballs in a 19-10 win over Washington & Lee to take over first in the ODAC Standings. Against Randolph, he netted two goals and dished out three assists in the Maroons' 23-7 triumph over the Wildcats. Keating had five points on one goal and four assists in a tight 14-13 win against 17th-ranked Cabrini College. For the season, Keating in first in the ODAC with 49 overall points and second at 3.77 points per game.

April 4, 2011
Lachlan, a sophomore from British Columbia, Canada, helped the Maroons to a 24-9 ODAC win over Virginia Wesleyan last week. He tied a career-high seven goals in the victory, including four in the first quarter as Roanoke mounted an early lead. Lachlan is currently tied for the conference lead with 25 goals and a 2.5 goals per game average. He is seventh at 3.10 points per game.

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2010 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


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