Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/22/21
The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association released its 2021 Division I Dynamic Team of the Week accolades on Tuesday, February 17. Ten players earned recognition from the organization as they each posted exceptional performances in their programs games this past week.
The list of honorees are as follows:
LSM – Ryan McNulty (Bishop Shanahan), Loyola // 5 GB, 2 CT vs. #20 Richmond, Held both of the offensive players in which he defended scoreless, while the Greyhounds held Richmond to just three second half goals.
A – Matt Moore (Garnet Valley), Virginia // 3G vs. #12 Army, Produced a hat trick against Army All-American defenseman Marcus Hudgins. Also played a key role in the Cavaliers’ riding game that held the Black Knights to just 10 of 19 clearing.
A – Mike Madsen – St. John’s // 2G, 3A, 5Pts vs. Hofstra, Scored the game-winner in overtime.
A – Dylan Pallonetti, Stony Brook // 6G, 1A, 7Pts vs. Sacred Heart, Scored a program record for most goals in his collegiate debut with 6.
A – Ryan Tierney, Hofstra // 8G, 3A, 11Pts vs. St. John’s, Tied for second-most goals in a single game in Hofstra history and became the first Hofstra player to score 10 or more points in a game since 2012. Also moved into second all-time at Hofstra in scoring and fourth in points.
M – Kevin Rogers, High Point // 4G, 2A, 6Pts, 5Sh vs. Robert Morris, A grad transfer from Lynchburg, he paced the Panthers in scoring.
FO – Alec Stathakis, Denver // 17-21 FO, 13GB vs. Air Force, Kept the ball in Denver’s sticks by winning 81 percent of the draws he took and grabbed a team-best 13 ground balls.
D – Garrett Zungailia, Towson // 3 CT vs. Saint Joseph’s, Anchored a defensive unit that held Saint Joseph’s to single digits, marking the first time in 11 games the Tigers did not give up double-figure goals.
GK – Luke Caracciolo, Bryant // 16 Sv, 8 GA vs. Providence, Made 16 saves, including a pair in the fourth quarter to hold off a visiting Providence squad.
GK – Bobby Gavin, Virginia // 13 Sv, 9 GA vs. #12 Army, A freshman who made his first career start in only his second career game. After giving up 4 goals without a save in the opening quarter, regrouped to make 13 saves and allow 5 goals over the final 45 minutes of play.