March 25, 2014

Corvias ECAC Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week (for week ending March 23, 2014)

Division III New England

Offensive Player of the Week

Mike Choiniere – Albertus Magnus College
Sophomore, Attack, Bethany, Conn.

Choiniere put together an impressive week, recording 21 points on 12 goals and nine assists to help the Falcons notch the program’s first-ever victory. He tallied a tremendous 10 goals and four assists in win over Lyndon State for the first win in program history. The sophomore added a goal in the Falcons' loss to Emmanuel and a goal as well as five assists in the Falcons game vs. Norwich.

Co-Defensive Players of the Week

Brandon Lee – Plymouth State University
Freshman, Midfielder, Canton, Mich.

In his lone game of the week, Lee continued to control the X for Plymouth State.  The freshman from Canton, Mich. won 12 of his 14 restarts and collected eight ground balls in the Panthers’ win at Massachusetts Maritime on March 18.

Cody Greenwald – Gordon College
Sophomore, Goalkeeper, Albany, N.Y.

Greenwald was a force between the pipes as the Fighting Scots went 1-1 on the week, including a conference win. In a 15-13 road victory over conference foe Salve Regina, Greenwald recorded a save percentage of .675 as the sophomore made an impressive 27 saves on the day. Earlier in the week, the keeper recorded 12 saves in a tough 12-9 loss to MIT. On the week, Greenwald made 39 saves and recorded a .609 save percentage in 120 minutes of action in net.

Division III Mid-Atlantic

Offensive Player of the Week

Devin Colegrove – Frostburg State University
Junior, Attack, Timonium, Md.

Colegrove led the Bobcats to close wins over McDaniel and Marymount last week. Colegrove totaled five goals and seven assists on the week, including a three- goal, five-assist effort in the victory over McDaniel.

Co-Defensive Players of the Week

Kevin Rafferty – Stevens Institute of Technology
Freshman, Goalkeeper, Bay Shore, NY

Rafferty held No. 10 Montclair State to six goals below its season average in a 10-7 victory on March 19. Rafferty stopped 14 shots in the win, including seven in the third quarter, and only allowed one second half goal.

Alex Taylor – Salisbury University
Senior, Goalkeeper, Woodbine, Md.

Taylor picked up a pair of victories over ranked opponents last week. Taylor opened the week with a 15-save performance against No. 7 Washington College in a 12-7 Sea Gull win, and added nine stops in Saturday’s 11-8 triumph over No. 12 York. For the week, Taylor saved 61.5 percent of shots faced and picked up eight ground balls.