NAC Weekly Honors (period ending 3/17/19)







Player of the Week

Zach Glazier, Husson
(Senior, A/M - Winthrop, Maine)

Scoring the team-high in goals in all three contests this past week, Glazier put up a pair of goals in a loss against Colby, then followed up with four goals and two assists to help Husson defeat the University of Southern Maine for the first time in program history. The senior scored with 1:57 remaining in the first sudden-death overtime period to thwart a USM comeback and take a 14-13 overtime triumph in the Eagles' home opener. To finish out a 2-1-week, Glazier helped the Eagles grab their first NAC victory with a 23-1 win over NVU-Johnson by recording seven goals and one assist. In total, Glazier recorded 13 goals with an 85.0% shot on goal percentage. He also recorded three assists, 14 ground balls, and five caused turnovers.


Defensive Player of the Week

Travis Anderson, SUNY Delhi
(Freshman, G - Putnam Valley, New York)

Anderson continues his impressive first year in the cage with another 2-0 week for the Broncos. He stopped 16 shots in a 13-8 win over Cazenovia, and halted ten more against Maine Maritime for the first NAC win for SUNY Delhi men's lacrosse. In total, Anderson is credited with 26 saves (66.7% save percentage) and a 6.5 goals-against average across the week.


Rookie of the Week

Noah Robinson, SUNY Canton
(Freshman, M - Mississauga, Ontario)

Robinson had a huge week posting nine goals, two assists, 12 ground balls, and two caused turnovers in a pair of contests for the Roos. He led the team with four goals, and added three ground balls, in a loss to Castleton on Thursday. The freshman followed that up with a game-best five goals to go with two assists, nine ground balls, and two caused turnovers as the Roos earned a convincing 25-3 win versus Thomas in their NAC opener. Robinson leads the Roos in goals (14) and points (19) through five games.




Player of the Week

 Molly Denny, SUNY Canton
(Junior, M - Adams, New York)

Denny finished with 17 points on 11 goals and six assists, while adding seven caused turnovers and six ground balls, in a 2-1 week for the Roos. She totaled a game-best three goals and two assists to go with a ground ball and draw control in a 15-3 win versus Fitchburg State, avenging an overtime loss Canton had to the Falcons last year on spring break. The junior captain then totaled four goals, a game-best five caused turnovers, three ground balls, and a draw control in a 15-14 overtime loss to Carroll. Denny closed out her week with a game-high eight points on four goals and four assists to go with three draw controls, two caused turnovers, and two ground balls in a 17-0 shutout win in the NAC opener versus Thomas.


Defensive Player of the Week

 Mia Jermano, SUNY Canton
(Senior, D - Massena, New York)

Jermano spearheaded a defense that gave up an average of just 6.0 goals per game in three contests as the Roos went 2-1 last week. She tied a game-high with five caused turnovers to go with two ground balls in a 15-3 win against Fitchburg State to open the week. She added two caused turnovers and two ground balls in a 15-14 overtime loss to Carroll. Jermano closed the week with a game-high three caused turnovers, and added four ground balls and one draw control, while leading a defense that held Thomas scoreless and gave up just one shot on goal in a 17-0 win to open NAC play.


Rookie of the Week

Mary Cushing, Husson
(Freshman, A/M - Fairfield, Vermont)

Cushing helped Husson grab their first win by putting away five goals and an assist in their home opener against UMaine-Farmington. She also caused five turnovers and grabbed six ground balls in the triumph on their home field. Earlier in the week, Cushing tucked away four goals against the University of New England in Hilton Head, South Carolina for a total of 10 points on the week.



Player of the Week

Ryan Chasse, Thomas
(Junior - Fort Kent, Maine)

Chasse earned six wins in a busy week of tennis in Hilton Head, South Carolina. Chasse paired with Kaleb Payson (Lamoine, Maine) to win three out of four matches at the No. 1 doubles position. The one match they lost came down to a 7-3 tiebreaker set. In No. 1 singles action, Chasse dispatched three of his four opponents handily, blanking one opponent 6-0, 6-0; and besting the others 6-3, 6-1 and 6-1, 6-1.


Rookie of the Week

Laif Lundstrom, SUNY Delhi
(Freshman - Glenville, New York)

Lundstrom came back from 4-1 deficit at No. 1 doubles on Sunday, as he and Marcos Andrino (Yorktown Heights, New York) defeated College of St. Elizabeth's top pair by an 8-4 score. He kept the winning momentum heading into singles competition, where Lundstrom bested his opponent in No. 1 singles with duplicate 6-3 scores to give the Broncos their match-clinching fifth win in a 7-2 victory over the Eagles.