First-Quarter Flurry Carries Men's Lacrosse Past Canisius
King Tabbed IL National, Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week
King's Records, Strong Second Half Sends Men's Lacrosse Past Detroit
King, Logan, Schlosser on Big Ten Men's Lacrosse Watch List
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.
Updated Feb. 17, 2015
At Michigan ... 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) ... 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)...Tallied four goals and added two assists and two ground ball pick ups against Notre Dame (Feb. 21)...Broke Michigan single game record with 8 points and 6 goals while adding 2 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 ... Sister, Andrea, played lacrosse at Bucknell ... Born Oct. 29, 1994 ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.