Crusaders Represented in NCAA Men's Lacrosse Stats
SELINSGROVE, Pa. – The Susquehanna University men's
lacrosse team is well-represented in the latest NCAA Division III
statistics, through games of April 4.
Senior attack Scott Hodgson is ranked first in goals per game and 16 th in points per game, freshman goalkeeper Dan Kotch is third in save percentage and seventh in goals against average, and junior attack Dan St. Ours is tied for ninth in assists per game.
As a team, the Crusaders are tied for fourth in scoring defense at 6.50 goals per game and tied for 13 th in winning percentage.
Hodgson (Point Pleasant, NJ/Ramapo H.S.) scored 23 goals and added six assists for 29 points in the Crusaders' first six games for averages of 3.83 goals and 4.83 points per game.
Kotch (Westfield, NJ/Westfield H.S.) allowed just 39 goals in his first 360 minutes of action for a 6.50 goals against average, and made 97 saves for a .713 save percentage.
St. Ours (Saco, ME/Thornton Academy) has dished out 15 assists in five games for an average of 3.00 per game.
The Crusaders, now 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference, host King's on Thursday at 4 p.m.