NCAA Player Tracker: Week 6

NCAA Tracker


March 26th, 2015

Another great week of lacrosse with several new western faces thrusting themselves into the Player Trackers Top Performers list.

Adam Fishman (WCS- Adrln All American- Tropics) Fishman a senior attackman for Dartmouth, scored 4 goals in a huge upset win over league rival Harvard. He followed that up by scoring 5 goals in a 16-15 victory over Vermont!

Wiley Osborne ( Adrln All American – Tropics) Osborne also emerged this week as the quarterback of two Dartmouth upsets. He was 1, 2 versus Harvard and 3, 1 against Vermont.

Joe Lang (Adrln All American – Tropics) Joe Lang continued his push for Ivy League Rookie of the Year, with 3 big goals on the week.


Dylan Molloy (WCS Coach) Molloy scored 8 goals in a win over Marist, and two more in a win over Manhattan. Molloy is the leading scorer in the country and the first player to score 40 goals this season.

Bailey Tills (Adrln All American – Tropics) Tills is a throwback do-it-all, utility-slashing midfielder who can also play attack. A former 3 sport HS standout, Tills had a career best 5 points in a win over Manhattan.

Jack Perkins (Adrln All American- WCS- Tropics- Laxdawgs) Perkins currently ranks third on the Bellarmine team in points and paced the Knights with a 3-point effort in a win over VMI.

Hayden Ruiz (Adrln All American – WCS- Tropics- OC Kings) Ruiz continued his stellar freshman season in helping BU to its best start in program history with another multiple point outing in another crucial league win for BU, this time with three points at the hands of Bucknell.

Jerome Rigor (WCS) lead Sacred Heart to another victory, with a three goal two assist outburst over Robert Morris. This is Sacred Hearts best start in years.

Eduardo White (Adrln All American- Tropics) White has emerged as a physical presence and a go-to guy in the Georgetown Hoyas recent success. He had 3 huge goals in one goal victories over Marquette and Loyola!

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