Standings

RNK Institutions Conf Overall
1. Elizabethtown 4-1 8-6
  Scranton 4-1 9-7
  Susquehanna 4-1 10-6
4. Catholic 4-2 8-7
5. Moravian 1-3 7-6
6. Drew 0-4 1-13
  Goucher 0-5 5-9
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Men's Lacrosse Landmark Announces Athletes of the Week April 15, 2019 TOWSON, Md. - The Landmark Conference has released the Athletes of the Week. The conference will recognize a student-athlete for each sport based on their contributions to their team throughout the... Readmore

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Awards

Athletes of the Week

Athletes Of The Week

Offensive Athlete of the Week - Quinn Killeen, Scranton
Offensive Athlete of the Week Quinn Killeen Scranton (Jr., A - Berkeley Heights, N.J.) Junior Quinn Killeen led Scranton to a pair of wins as the Royals clinched a berth in the Landmark Conference playoffs while moving into sole possession of first place in the standings. The junior attackman totaled nine points on seven goals and two assists to go along with five groundballs and one caused turnover. In a 14-5 victory over Drew on Wednesday, Killeen scored four goals and dished out an assist. He followed that performance up with a three-goal, one-assist effort in an 11-7 win at Catholic on Saturday.
Defensive Athlete of the Week - Shayne Fallon, Scranton
Defensive Athlete of the Week Shayne Fallon Scranton (So., G - West Deptford, N.J.) Sophomore Shayne Fallon led Scranton to a 2-0 week, making 22 saves while holding opponents to 6.0 goals against as the Royals clinched a berth in the Landmark Conference playoffs. He made 11 saves in a 14-5 win over Drew on Wednesday before turning aside 11 more shots while holding Catholic to just one second half goal on Saturday as the Royals posted an 11-7 victory on the road over the Cardinals. Fallon finished the week with a 64.7 save percentage with 22 stops on 34 shots faced.