Men's Lacrosse to Finish Home Slate with Pair of Games This Week
Team Two Tales: Andrew Mosko
Men's Lacrosse to Play Host to Air Force, Maize Star Event Saturday
Team Two Tales: Dakota Sherman
Men's Lacrosse to Host No. 9 Loyola (Md.) Saturday at Big House
RS Senior (2012-13) ... Caused seven turnovers on the season while scooping up 15 ground balls while starting all 14 games as a close defender ...Collected a ground ball vs Air Force (March 30) ... Tallied a ground ball and caused a turnover vs Colgate (March 17) ... Collected one ground ball and caused two turnovers vs Fairfield (March 14) ... Tallied both a shot on goal and a ground ball vs Hobart (March 9) ... Also registered two caused turnovers vs Hobart ... Registered four ground balls against Army (March 2) ... Collected one ground ball vs both Penn State (Feb. 9) and Bellarmine (Feb. 16).
Senior (2011-12) ... Team Defensive MVP... Weight Room Warrior Award Winner ... Most Improved Player Award Winner ... Started all 14 games, one of four Wolverines to do so ... Ended the season with 17 ground balls ... Collected three ground balls apiece against Penn State (Feb. 18), Denver (Feb. 25), and Ohio State (April 14) ... Caused eight turnovers on the season, with two coming against the Nittany Lions (Feb. 18).
U-M Club Team ... Played three years under head coach John Paul in the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) ... Won 2009 and 2010 MCLA National Championship.
Prep ... Notre Dame Prep (2008) ... GPA Highest Honors ... Spanish Honor Society ... National Honor Society ... Three-year letterwinner ... 2008 all-state honorable mention ... Lettered three years in soccer.
Personal ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, double majoring in Spanish and neuroscience ... Birthday: Feb 18, 1990.
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