Cornell College's Kyle Jussila and MSOE's Colin Hall have been named the Midwest Lacrosse Conference offensive and defensive players of the week for events of March 18-24, as selected by the league's sports information directors.
Jussila (Elk River, Minn.) netted 15 points over three games as the Rams went 2-1 on the week. The rookie attacker set the program record for most points in a game with 11 (six goals, five assists) in a 24-10 win at North Central University Saturday. Against Carroll University Wednesday, it was his two stellar passes from behind the Rams' net that helped set up Cornell scores to secure the 10-9 win.
Hall (Glen Ellyn, Ill.) became just the third student-athlete in school history to secure a shutout, and first since April 6, 2016. The junior goalkeeper registered 15 saves in the 11-0 victory over Monmouth College Saturday.
Other offensive nominations: Kellen Moczynski, Aurora; Brett Krueger, Concordia Chicago; Stephen Gregory, Concordia Wisconsin; Alex Scott, Fontbonne; Connor Houlihan, Marian; John Wilson, MSOE; Chase Marlenee, Northwestern;
Other defensive nominations: Jack Liskey, Concordia Chicago; Ben Gramarossa, Concordia Wisconsin; Jacob Norris, Cornell; Dalton Teague, Fontbonne; Tommy Gerlach, Marian; Grant Miller, Monmouth.