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2019 NCAC Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week


April 29th  
Spencer Butler, Denison
(Essex Fells, NJ/Millbrook)

Denison’s Spencer Butler scored seven goals on 13 shot attempts in Denison’s 16-13 win over Ohio Wesleyan. Butler also added three goals in the Big Red’s victory over Hiram. Against OWU, Butler moved into second place in career goals scored at Denison with 176, passing Andy John ‘84. He needs 14 goals to become Denison’s career leader.
April 22nd  
Brooks Davy, Denison

Denison’s Brooks Davy (Wilmington, NC/Episcopal) scored 13 goals and added one assist in a pair of NCAC wins over Wooster and Wittenberg last week. Davy tallied a season-high eight goals in a victory over the Fighting Scots Wednesday. He then added five goals and one assist in a 17-10 win over Wittenberg on Saturday. Davy also tallied four ground balls in the wins. Davy has scored 40 goals this season.
April 15th  
Peter Pittroff, Denison
(Charlotte, NC/Charlotte Country Day) 

Denison’s Peter Pittroff totaled seven points in each of the Big Red’s victories last week against Kenyon and Whittier. Against the Lords, Pittroff totaled two goals and five assists. He followed that performance with three goals and four assists against the Poets, moving him to 210 points in his career. He currently sits sixth in career points at Denison, only needing four points to move into fifth place and 11 points to jump to third place. 
April 8th  
Max Tennant, Ohio Wesleyan
(Englewood, CO/Cherry Creek)

Ohio Wesleyan’s Max Tennant scored three  goals during a game-opening 10-1 run that helped propel Ohio Wesleyan to a conference victory over Wooster. Tennant finished the game with six goals, raising his career total to 225, tying the Ohio Wesleyan and NCAC career goals scored records set by Dave Maguire from 1995-98.
April 1st  
Joseph Plencner, Wabash
(Plymouth, MI/Gabriel Richard)

Wabash freshman Joseph Plencner scored three goals and handed out two assists in a 15-6 victory over Hiram to open the conference portion of the Little Giants’ season. He fired four total shots in the game, scoring on three of the attempts. Plencner also scooped up five ground balls.
March 25th  
Max Tennant, Ohio Wesleyan
(Englewood, CO./Cherry Creek) 

Ohio Wesleyan senior Max Tennant scored three goals during the opening 10-0 Bishops’ run in a 21-9 non-conference win against John Carroll. The senior shared the team lead with four goals and an assist. He also tallied five goals as the Bishops built a 10-1 halftime lead in a 17-7 NCAC win at Kenyon. Tennant led the team with seven goals and an assist.
March 18th  
Jack Richey, DePauw
(Cincinnati, OH/Moeller)

DePauw’s Jack Richey tallied four goals on six shots in the Tigers first victory of the season, 8-4 at Elmhurst. Richey also picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover for DePauw.
March 11th
lex Meehan, Hiram
(Columbus, OH/Kilbourne) 

Face-off specialist Alex Meehan helped the Terriers to a 9-8 overtime victory over Alfred St., winning 17-of-20 face-off attempts on the day. The performance marked the fourth-straight in which Meehan has held at least a 10-win difference over the opponent. Meehan set the Terriers up for victory, winning the final face-off of regulation with just one-minute remaining, and taking the only face-off in overtime, which set Hiram up for the game-winning goal just 30 seconds later.
March 4th
Tucker Dixon, Wabash
(Zionsville, IN/Zionsville)

Tucker Dixon tied the Wabash record for goals in a game by scoring seven in the Little Giants’ 18-7 win at Wilmington on Wednesday evening. Dixon found the back of the net seven times on nine shots on goal and 11 shots overall. He also added two assists and picked up two ground balls.
February 25th
  Griffin Cappelletti, Oberlin
(Sherman Oaks, CA/Loyola)

Oberlin sophomore Griffin Cappelletti had a career-day in Oberlin’s 15-6 season-opening win at Thiel College. The attackman posted a game- and career-high three goals, while also  dishing out a game-  and career-best three assists in the victory over the Tomcats. In addition to his six points, Cappelletti also snagged two ground balls and caused a turnover.
February 18th
Reeves McKenney, Denison
(Roanoke, VA/Culver Academy)

Sophomore goalie Reeves McKenney posted 10 saves in 60 minutes of action as No. 9 Denison held off No. 12 Washington & Lee in a thrilling 14-13 victory on Saturday at Deeds Field.