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MD’s Rambo (@LaSalle_Sports) earns Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award for Outstanding Player by USILA

Monday, 29th May 2017

Categories Boy's/Men's, College  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/29/17
From Press Release

Maryland men’s lacrosse senior attackman Matt Rambo (La Salle, Duke’s LC) has earned the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award for the nation’s most outstanding player as announced by the United State Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

Maryland’s Matt Rambo – Photo by Rene Schleicher

Rambo is just the fourth player in Maryland history to win the Enners Award, joining Episcopal Academy grad and current Springside Chestnut Hill Academy coach Brian Dougherty (1995), current Garnet Valley coach Frank Urso (1975) and Doug Schreiber (1973).

A 2017 Tewaaraton finalist, Rambo has completely shattered the Maryland record books during his illustrious career. The program’s all-time leader in points, he became the program’s leader in goals (154) when he scored Saturday in the Terps’ 9-8 win over Denver in the NCAA semifinals. He has totaled 85 points in 2017 – second-best in Maryland single-season history – and recently became the first player to total 40 goals and 40 assists in a season at Maryland.

Rambo has also played his best under the brightest lights, totaling 60 career points in 14 NCAA Tournament games. The mark is tied with Mikey Powell and Steele Stanwick for most career points since 2000.

The top-seeded Terps 15-3) are set to face the 3-seed Ohio State Monday at 1:00 pm, in the NCAA Championship at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. The game will be broadcast on ESPN2, in addition to a sky camera angle on ESPN3, and it can be heard on Westwood One.

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