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March 19-28

Logan Wisnauskas, A, Sr., Maryland (Crabs ‘16, Boys’ Latin)
The veteran attackman strung together two quality games over the past 10 days, notching 11 points against Big Ten foes Rutgers and Ohio State.

In a 13-9 Terp win over the Scarlet Knights Sunday afternoon, Wisnauskas dropped four points on two goals and two assists. He fed Anthony DeMaio on a man-up late in the first quarter, added an unassisted goal in the middle of the third, and finished the game with a feed to Bubba Fairman and an unassisted goal to cap the victory.

The previous week Wisnauskas put on a show on the road against Ohio State, posting a season-high four goals and adding three assists in the Terps’ 16-8 win over the Buckeyes.

Jack Myers, A, Jr., Ohio State (Crabs ‘18, Gonzaga)
Myers continues to serve as an offensive catalyst for the Buckeyes. He led the offense in the losing effort against Maryland, scoring a team-high four goals and two assists. He followed that this weekend with three goals and an assist against Michigan in a 14-6 Ohio State victory.

Nicky Petkevich, A, GS, Georgetown (Crab’s ‘16, Bullis)
Taking advantage of his extra graduate season, Petkevich has been a strong contributor for the Hoyas with a 20-point output so far in 2021. This past week he notched a goal and an assist in Georgetown’s 8-7 win over Big East foe Villanova.

Jackson Morrill, A, GS, Denver (Crabs '16, McDonogh)
Also taking advantage of a graduate season, Morrill been vital to Denver's offense this season. He's posted 42 points over nine games. In this past weekend's 19-11 win over Providence Morrill had three goals and four assists, his fourth hat trick of the season.

Tucker Booth, M, Jr., Dickinson (Crabs ‘18, Boys’ Latin)
Tucker has been an offensive machine, scoring 11 points in two games in 2021. Booth was the hero of last weekend's game against Muhlenberge, scoring five goals including the game-winner in the contest's fourth overtime.

Tyler Perreten, A, Sr., Navy (Crabs ‘16, Severn School)
The veteran posted one goal and two assists in an important 13-10 victory over Bucknell last Sunday.

Will Bou, FO, So., Washington & Lee (Crabs ‘19, Landon)
Bou has started 2021 strong, going 48-for-77 on face-offs for the Generals through five games. He won 10-of-18 face-offs against Hampden-Sydney in a tough 14-12 loss against the Tigers.

Alex Rode, G, Sr., Virginia (Crabs ‘16, St. Paul’s)
Rode made 15 saves in the Cavaliers’ win over Robert Morris then followed that with a nine-save performance in Virginia’s 12-11 win over Notre Dame for a big ACC win. A veteran goalie presence, Rode has made seven starts for Virginia so far this season.

Drew Borkowitz, D, Sr., Salisbury (Crabs ‘16, Calvert Hall)
Borkowitz has put together a strong 2021. Starting against top-tier Division III opponents Cabrini and Colorado College he combined for two groundballs and three caused turnovers to help Salisbury snag victories in both contests. He followed that with two groundballs and one caused turnover against Stockton in a 26-6 Sea Gulls win this past weekend.


UMBC’s Ethan Robinson (Crabs ‘20, McDonogh) earned America East Rookie of the Week honors after a terrific performance in the Retrievers’ 13-10 win over Hartford March 20. Robinson recorded three caused turnovers and four groundballs, including picking up two GBs from the face-off wing. This past weekend he helped UMBC in a revenge win against Binghamton, scoring a goal, scooping two groundballs and forcing a turnover in a 7-6 win over the Bearcats.

Navy’s Jackson Bonitz (Crabs ‘20, McDonogh) nabbed four groundballs in Navy’s 13-10 win over Patriot League foe Bucknell this past Sunday. On the year Bonitz has played in three games posting a combined nine groundballs and forcing three caused turnovers.

Army-West Point freshman midfielder Cole Erickson (Crabs '20, Boys' Latin) recorded his first collegiate point in the Black Knights' 13-3 win over Holy Cross. Erickson assisted teammate Andrew Kelly with less than a minute left to seal the victory.

Fairfield midfielder Ryan Lancaster (Crabs ‘20, Loyola Blakefield) scored a goal and an assist against Sacred Heart in the Stags’ 14-8 win over the Pioneers. Lancaster’s two points were the first of his collegiate career.

Jacksonville defenseman Tucker Denault (Crabs ‘20, Arch. Spalding) recorded three groundballs in the Dolphins’ 16-6 win over Mercer March 21. Denault has played in five games for Jacksonville so far in his frosh season. His breakout game was against Navy Feb. 28, posting one groundball and three caused turnovers against the Midshipmen.

Redshirt freshmen defenseman Mason Woodward (Crabs ‘19, St. Paul’s) scooped a combined 10 groundballs and forced two caused turnovers against Notre Dame and Cleveland State in the Golden Eagles’ last two games.

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