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.@LehighLacrosse alums Eidenshink (@LaSalle_Sports), O’Shaughnessy selected in MLL Supplemental Draft

Wednesday, 31st October 2018

Categories Boy's/Men's, Pro, Posted 10/31/18
From Press Release

A pair of Lehigh men’s lacrosse standout defenseman were selected in the Major League Lacrosse Supplemental Draft, as announced by the league on Monday. Alumnus and current assistant coach Casey Eidenshink (La Salle) was selected by the Ohio Machine while Dylan O’Shaughnessy ’15 went to the New York Lizards. Eidenshink has been picked up by an MLL team in the past, while O’Shaughnessy has played in 14 career MLL contests.

Casey Eidenshink (left) and Dylan O’Shaughnessy

Eidenshink was named both All-Patriot League and Academic All-Patriot League over an impressive career, garnering second team All-League as a junior and Academic All-League as both a junior and senior. During his junior campaign, Eidenshink posted a team-high 50 groundballs and 23 caused turnovers before adding 32 and nine as a senior to finish his career with 115 and 49, respectively. Eidenshink was named a candidate for the Senior CLASS Award and went on to play in the USILA North-South Game, also garnering USILA Scholar All-America recognition. Eidenshink was selected by the Charlotte Hounds in the second round of the 2016 supplemental draft.

O’Shaughnessy finished his Lehigh career with nine goals, two assists, 66 groundballs and 41 caused turnovers. He was a key member of the Mountain Hawks’ back-to-back Patriot League Championships in 2012 and 2013, and a return trip to the title game in 2014. During that 2014 season, O’Shaughnessy became a weapon on offense as well, posting eight goals and two assists, including two man-up goals. O’Shaughnessy was selected by New York in the player pool in 2015, and has played 14-career MLL games. O’Shaughnessy played in seven games for the Lizards between 2015 and 2016, recording a goal, 13 groundballs and three caused turnovers. He then played seven games for the Atlanta Blaze in 2017, tallying an assist, 12 groundballs and two caused turnovers.

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