Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/22/14
From Press Release
Cabrini senior Corey Elmer opened the 2014 season with high expectations after being named Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Player of the Year. Elmer lived up to every one of them, as he was named the 2014 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Iroquois National Award winner as the Most Outstanding Player in Division III.
Elmer – a graduate of Conrad Weiser (PA) – became the program’s first two-time USILA First Team All-American, as he completed his career with his second consecutive record setting season. The senior posted 115 points on the season, pairing 56 goals and 59 assists. His 115 points and 56 assists are the most in a single season in program history, making him the only Cavalier to surpass 100 points or 50 goals in a season. Elmer’s 115 points are the most in Division III and rank third among all NCAA student-athletes behind only Albany’s Lyle and Miles Thompson.
The 2013 and 2014 CSAC Player of the Year, Elmer ranked second in the nation in points per game (6.05), fifth in assists per game (2.95) and 19th in goals (3.11). Elmer tallied at least seven points in 10 of the club’s games, including an astounding 13 points on seven goals and six assists in an 18-8 win at Marywood. He also matched a program record six assist in wins over Centenary and Marywood in the CSAC championship.
For his career, Elmer ranks second in program history with 262 points, while his 138 goals are good for fourth and 124 assists rank third.
Elmer, who was also named a USILA Scholar All-American, will close his career on Sunday, as he joins fellow seniors Mac Feiner and Bill McCabe (Spring-Ford) in the 2014 USILA/LAXWORLD North/South Division III Senior All-Star Game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.