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Men’s college honors: Duke’s Wolf (@LowerMerionLax), MD’s Amato (@LaSalle_Sports), @DrexelDragons’ Gabrielsen

Tuesday, 25th February 2014

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/25/14

Duke senior attackman Jordan Wolf (Lower Merion) and Maryland senior goalie Niko Amato (La Salle) have been named the Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Lacrosse Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, as announced Tuesday by the conference.

Wolf totaled 10 points on seven goals and three assists to lead the Blue Devils to a pair of wins last week. The Wynnewood native posted hat tricks in back-to-back games with three goals in a 9-6 win over No. 16/18 Penn and four goals in a 14-6 victory against Stony Brook. Wolf added three assists against the Seawolves to match his single-game career high of seven points.

Wolf has registered at least three points in each of Duke’s four wins this season, while the Blue Devils are 4-0 for the first time since the 2008 season.

Amato made 11 saves in a 16-8 win at No. 2/1 Syracuse on Feb. 22 while helping to hold a dynamic Syracuse offense to 10 goals below its season average. Included in his 11 saves were two on key non-releasable penalties on Maryland. Amato gave up goals on two of Syracuse’s first three shots, but only allowed three more goals in a span of 37:44. The Orange’s final three goals came when the game was out of reach for the Orange as Maryland held a 16-5 lead.

Drexel’s Gabrielsen wins school honor

Will Gabrielsen (Summit, N.J./The Millbrook School) has been named Colonial Marble & Granite Male Athlete of the Week by Drexel Athletics.

Gabrielsen made 16 saves as Drexel defeated No. 11 Albany, 14-13, on Saturday. Gabrielsen kept the Dragons in the game with 10 first half saves. It was the second straight year that Gabrielsen recorded a win against a nationally-ranked Albany squad. Gabrielsen is the nephew of Philadelphia Wings Hall of Famer Scott Gebrielsen.

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