Men's Lacrosse Weekly Report - March 11
CAA MEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Chris Selva • Hofstra
So., G, Parkland, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas
Selva received CAA Player of the Week honors after picking up the victory in the cage during Hofstra's 8-7 upset win over No. 2 Notre Dame last week. The first-year starter recorded a career-high 11 saves, including seven in the second half, to preserve the Hofstra victory. On the season, the sophomore goalkeeper has posted a 6.60 goals against average and a .577 save percentage with 45 saves for the Pride.
CAA MEN'S LACROSSE ROOKIE OF THE WEEK
TJ Sanders • Penn State
Fr., A, Orillia, Ontario/Millbrook School (N.Y.)
Sanders earned his third CAA Rookie of the Week nod after a six-point performance in Penn State's narrow 12-10 loss to No. 17 Lehigh. The freshman attacker scored five second half goals and helped key a Nittany Lion 8-2 scoring run to erase a four-goal halftime deficit. In his young career, Sanders leads Penn State with 18 goals and 21 points this season. He also leads the CAA in goals per game (3.60) and points per game (4.20).