Ian King 10
Ian  King

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
St. Xavier

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 202

Position:
A


04/28/2015

Logan, King Earn All-Big Ten Honorable Mention

Logan, King Earn All-Big Ten Honorable Mention for Men's Lacrosse

02/28/2015

First-Quarter Flurry Carries U-M Past Canisius

First-Quarter Flurry Carries Men's Lacrosse Past Canisius

02/16/2015

King Tabbed IL National, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

King Tabbed IL National, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week

02/14/2015

King's Records, Strong Second Half Sends U-M Past Detroit

King's Records, Strong Second Half Sends Men's Lacrosse Past Detroit

01/27/2015

Inaugural B1G Preseason Poll Released; King, Logan, Schlosser on Watch List

King, Logan, Schlosser on Big Ten Men's Lacrosse Watch List

04/24/2014

King Talks Record-Setting Goals

Ian King broke Trevor Yealy's single-season school record of 26 goals in Michigan's 13-7 loss to No. 13 Yale on April 19.

At Michigan
• Will enter 2016 season with a 21-game point scoring streak that began on March 1, 2014
• Owns Michigan single-game goals record (6, twice)
• Owns U-M record for goals in a single quarter (four)
• Ended season with a 21-game point streak, scoring 46 goals, 11 assists and 57 points over the span
• Ranks No. 2 all-time in career goals (53)
• All-Big Ten Honorable Mention (2015)
• Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week (Feb. 17, 2015)
• Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Feb. 16, 2015)
• ECAC All-Rookie Team (2014)
• ECAC Rookie of the Week (March 10, 2014).

Sophomore (2015)
• Led team in goals (23), assists (11), points (34) and shots (77)
• Missed four games due to injury
• Ranked No. 2 in the conference in goals per game (2.56), fourth in points per game (3.78), and second in shots per game (8.56)
• One of two players in the conference this season to register at least eight points in a single game
• Marked four hat tricks on the season and four multi-goal games
• Tied his school record of six goals in a game with six markers against Penn State (April 25) on 13 shots
• Recorded one goal on 10 shots and added a season high with three ground ball pick ups against Ohio State (April 12)
• In his first game back from injury, scored four goals on all four shots on net (first four shots of game) against Rutgers (April 5)
• Tallied one goal and one assist against Jacksonville (March 3)
• Scored one goal and had two assists and scooped up two ground balls against Canisius (Feb. 28)
• Had four goals and added two assists and two ground ball pick ups against Notre Dame (Feb. 21)
• Broke Michigan single game record with eight points and six goals while adding two ground balls and one caused turnover against Detroit (Feb. 14)
• Had five shots, three on goal, while tallying three assists and two ground balls against Bellarmine (Feb. 7).

Freshman (2014) Led team with 32 goals, which ranked as the third-most for a freshman in the country
• Scored one goal in 11-straight contests, and in 15-of-16 games on the season
• Had 12 multi-goal games on the season
• Ranked No. 6 in the ECAC in goals per game (2.00)
• Recorded his fourth hat trick of the season with a three goal effort against Robert Morris (April 26)
• Registered two goals on seven shots, six of which were on goal, and also picked up three ground balls against Yale (April 19)
• Scored one goal on five shots, three on goal, against Ohio State (April 12)
• Had one goal on four shots, and also added one ground ball pickup against Fairfield (April 5)
• Tallied two goals on ten shots, including four on goal, and also added one ground ball pickup against Air Force (March 29)
• Registered two goals on four shots and picked up one ground ball against Saint Joe's (March 22)
• Scored two goals on five shots, three on goal, and picked up one ground ball against Maryland (March 18)
• Scored one goal on three shots, all of which were on goal, and also added two ground ball pickups against Bellarmine (March 15)
• Registered three goals on six shots on goal, and also picked up a ground ball against Furman (March 8)
• Scored three goals on eleven shots, including a career-high eight shots on goal, while also adding two ground ball pickups against High Point (March 5)
• Tallied two goals, including the game-tying goal with 25 seconds remaining to force overtime against Cornell, and also added a ground ball pickup during the contest (March 1)
• Had three shots, one on goal, and picked up one ground ball against Johns Hopkins (Feb. 22)
• Registered program-highs of four goals and twelve shots while also picking up three ground balls and causing one turnover against Detroit (Feb. 19)
• Recorded two goals, one assist, and four ground ball pickups against Mercer (Feb. 14)
• Had nine shots, five on goal, including his first career goal on an assist by Riley Kennedy at the 9:42 mark of the second quarter, while also recording one ground ball pickup at Penn State (Feb. 8).

Prep
• St. Xavier High School (2013)
• Ranked as No. 45 player in the country by Inside Lacrosse, as well as No. 13 attackman
• Played four years of varsity lacrosse
• Second Team All-Midwest Scholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association, Second Team All-Ohio South Region Division I as a sophomore
• US Lacrosse All-American, First Team All-MSLCA, First Team All-Ohio South Region, First Team
• All-Ohio State as a junior and senior
• Named to 2011 and 2013 Under Armour All-American Midwest Teams
• Played in 2013 Under Armour Senior All-American Game
• Played for Long Island Express Club
• Played one year of basketball in addition to lacrosse in high school.

Personal
• Son of Kenneth and Karen King
• Father played lacrosse at Adelphi (1979-81), and ranks fifth all-time in career points (177)
• Sister, Andrea, played lacrosse at Bucknell
• Born Oct. 29, 1994
• Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.


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