F&M's Rose Named Defensive Player of the Week

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.

 


PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS

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.