Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/23/23 – From Press Releases
Harvard freshman attackman Teddy Malone (Haverford School) took home the Ivy League’s Rookie of the Week award after a thrilling 16-15 overtime win against Brown on Saturday.
Malone, received his first Ivy League Weekly honor after a six-point (4G, 2A, 2GB) outburst against the Bears. His point, goal and assist totals were all career highs and the second highest total for the Crimson against Brown. Malone also fired the shot that would become the game-tying goal with only :13 seconds left in regulation, forcing overtime.
Malone is up to 10 points in only four games played this season. His points per game mark is ninth highest in the country amongst first-years and second highest amongst rookies in the Ivy League.
Bryn Athyn’s White (Springfield-M) earns honors
Junior attack Jamal White (Springfield-Montco) has started his junior campaign off with a bang. White has already racked up two player of the week nods from the Colonial States Athletic Conference this season. He added to the list of accolades with a Team of the Week nod from USILA. The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association released its 2023 Division III Dynamic Team of the Week accolades on Tuesday, March 21. Ten players earned recognition from the organization as they each posted exceptional performances in their programs games this past week.
Jamal White racked up 13 goals, 9 assists, and 22 points in two games of action.
Cabini players earn accolades
Cabrini sophomore Jake Schneider (Ocean City-NJ) was named to the AEC weekly honor roll as he netted five goals across both of Cabrini’s games this past week. Schneider found the back of the net three times in a 12-8 win over Ohio Wesleyan on March 14 and then scored twice in a 15-6 routing of DeSales on March 17.
Freshman goalkeeper Connor Watts joins Schneider as he was also named to the AEC weekly honor roll. This is the second week in a row that Watts, a Lakewood, Colo. native was named to the weekly honor roll. In the Cavaliers two games last week, Watts totaled 19 saves as he stopped six shots against OWU and then 13 against DeSales.