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Men’s college honors: Ohio State’s Freibott (Salesianum), Widener’s Horton (Emmaus)

Wednesday, 26th April 2017

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 4/26/17

Ohio State’s Freddy Freibott (Salesinaum School, Duke’s LC) was recognized as Big Ten Men’s Lacrosse Defensive Player of the Week accolade.

Freibott, from Wilmington, Del., had a career-high eight groundballs in the Buckeyes’ victory, helping the Ohio State defense hold the Terps to more than three goals less than their season average. The eight groundballs were the most for a Buckeye who was not a faceoff specialist since 2009.

Widener’s Horton (Emmaus) is honored
Sophomore netminder Matt Horton (Emmaus, Duke’s LC) has been named the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Defensive Player of the Week in men’s lacrosse, as announced by the league office on Monday. He is being recognized for the second time this season.

Horton made 17 saves on 33 shots and allowed just six goals in the Pride’s 15-6 win over Hood on Saturday to help the team earn another berth in the upcoming conference tournament. His 17 stops were also a career high against a conference opponent. In addition, Horton made 10 saves and did not allow a goal in the first half while also scooping up three ground balls in the contest.

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