Haverford's Slack Named Defensive Player of the Week

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week – April 24, 2017

Dylan Slack, So, GK, Haverford
San Rafael, Calif./Marin Academy

Dylan Slack stopped 11 of Ursinus' 19 shots on goal in a 9-8 overtime victory for the Fords on Saturday. The win was Haverford's first over Ursinus since the 2012 season.

 


PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS

 

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week – April 17, 2017

Tim Brady, Jr, GK, Gettysburg
Charlotte, N.C./Providence

Brady stood tall down the stretch in a pair Gettysburg victories, saving four potential game-tying shots in the closing minutes. In an 11-10 win over No. 6 Dickinson, he made his 10th and final save with six seconds left to secure the victory. Brady also backstopped Gettysburg's 5-4 win at Haverford by making three of his six stops over the final five minutes with the Bullets nursing a one-goal lead. It was the sixth time this season that Brady helped the defense limit its opponent to six goals or less.


Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - April 10, 2017

Cole Fox, Sr, GK, Swarthmore
Tampa Bay, Fla./Jesuit

Cole Fox denied 13 shots on goal in the Garnet's 10-8 win over Gettysburg. Fox helped protect Swarthmore's lead with two saves in the final three minutes.

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - April 3, 2017

Scott Hatch, So, GK, Franklin & Marshall
Northport, N.Y./Northport

Scott Hatch was key in F&M's 11-9 victory over Gettysburg on Wednesday. The F&M victory snapped Gettysburg's 22-game CC win streak. Hatch stepped up throughout the game making pivotal saves in key moments. He ended the day with 12 stops. He end the week with six saves in an 11-3 win over Haverford. 

 

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - March 27, 2017

Dylan Slack, So, GK, Haverford
San Rafael, Calif./Marin Academy

Dylan Slack made a career-high 17 saves in the Fords' 8-5 win over McDaniel on Saturday to start the conference season. His effort was key to the win as the Green Terror outshot the Fords by a 34-29 margin. Slack also collected a career-best four ground balls as he stopped 77.3% of the shot on goal that he faced. The sophomore ranks second in the conference in saves (80), and wins (5), while also holding the third-best GAA (7.75) and save percentage (56.3%).

Men's Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - March 20, 2017

Andrew Rose, Jr, FO, Franklin & Marshall
New Hope, Pa. / Holy Ghost Prep

Rose won 17-of-25 face-offs (68.0%) and picked up seven ground balls as the Diplomats came from behind to defeat Elizabethtown, 11-10.

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - March 13, 2017

Ellis Llewellyn, So, M, Franklin & Marshall
Chapel Hill, N.C./East Chapel Hill

Llewellyn caused three turnovers to help pace the defense, and finished with 10 ground balls in a 20-10 win over Kenyon.


  

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - March 6, 2017

Ben Flood, Jr, GK, Washington College
Atlanta, Ga. / The Lovett School

Made 22 saves, had a .647 save percentage and 6.00 goals against average in a 2-0 week for the Shoremen. In Washington's 7-4 win at Frostburg State on Saturday, he made 11 saves and grabbed a career-high four ground balls as he helped the Shoremen keep the Bobcats off the scoreboard for the final 38:12 of the game as he stopped all six Frostburg St. shots on goal in that time frame. On Wednesday in the squad's 14-8 triumph at St. Mary's he made 11 stops as the Shoremen ran their all-time record against the Seahawks to 24-0.

 

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - February 27, 2017

Bryan Ruygrok, Sr, GK, McDaniel
Ellicott, City, Md./Centennial

Ruygrok went 2-0 in goal on the week, posting a 5.71 goals-against average in wins over Immaculata and Birmingham-Southern. He made 19 saves on the week for a .655 save percentage. In Saturday's 9-7 win over Birmingham-Southern, he made 12 stops in cage.

 

 

Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week - February 20, 2017

Ben Flood, Jr, GK, Washington College
Atlanta, Ga./The Lovett School

In his homecoming game, Flood made 14 saves and allowed just four goals in the Shoremen's season-opening 13-4 win over Birmingham-Southern in Atlanta on Saturday. He made seven saves in each half and allowed just one goal in the second half as Washington outscored Birmingham-Southern 10-1. With the score 6-4, Flood made a save with 22 seconds left in the third quarter and his save led to the ensuing transition opportunity that the Shoremen scored on with six seconds to make it 7-4 going into the fourth. He also picked up a pair of ground balls.