2012 Men's Lacrosse Players of the Week

  • Luke Heinsohn, Washington and Lee, Junior, Midfielder
    April 23, 2012
    Heinsohn, a junior from Charlottesville, Va., helped lead the W&L men’s lacrosse team to a 2-0 week by totaling five goals and two assists across the two games. In a 14-4 win over Greensboro on Wednesday, he notched one goal and one assist. In a 14-13 overtime win over Randolph-Macon on Saturday, Heinsohn totaled four goals and one assist, and scored the game-winner in overtime. For the year, Heinsohn is fourth on the team in scoring with 22 points on nine goals and 13 assists.
  • Dylan Hoff, Lynchburg, Senior, Attack
    April 16, 2012
    Hoff, a senior from Chester Springs, Pa., scored eight goals and tallied seven assists last week in a pair of Hornets' victories. In the process, he broke the school record for career points and is now first in the Lynchburg record books with 265 total points. Hoff also snagged three ground balls and caused a turnover in the week. In a 16-6 win over CNU, Hoff poured in five goals and dished out four assists. He followed that up with three goals and three more helpers in a 18-4 win over Guilford. Hoff leads the ODAC in goals (42) and points (65).
  • Jeff Keating, Roanoke, Senior, Attack
    April 09, 2012
    Keating, a senior from Chatham, N.J., led the Maroons to a pair of ODAC wins with 13 total points between the two games. In a 26-3 triumph over Randolph, Keating tallied four goals and dished out a pair of assists. He also picked up two ground balls. In a 14-12 win over Washington and Lee, Keating scored three times and passed out four helpers for a game-high seven points. Keating is currently first in the ODAC in points (54), assists (25), man-up goals (13), and man-down goals (2), and is fifth in goals scored (29).
  • Joey Coretti, Roanoke, Senior, Attack
    April 02, 2012
    Coretti, a senior from East Grand Rapids, Mich., led the Maroons to a pair of wins last week with 15 combined points. In a 16-5 triumph over Christopher Newport, Coretti scored six goals and dished out one assist while collecting a pair of ground balls. He followed that with a half-dozen more goals and two more assists in a 21-10 ODAC win over Virginia Wesleyan. He picked up two more grounders and forced a turnover in the effort.
  • Brett Austin, Randolph-Macon, Sophomore, Attack
    March 27, 2012
    Austin, a sophomore from Ontario, Canada, helped Randolph-Macon to a 2-0 week. In a win over Ferrum, he had four goals and three assists for seven points. In a 17-6 ODAC win over Randolph, Austin had three goals and dished out three assists. For the week, he scored seven goals and added three assists for 13 points.
  • Max Voumard, Lynchburg, Junior, Midfielder
    March 19, 2012
    Voumard, a junior from Cape May, N.J., scored 3:44 into overtime to lead the sixth-ranked Lynchburg College men's lacrosse team to a 13-12 victory at #13 Roanoke College in ODAC play Saturday evening. Voumard finished the day with three goals on eight shots with one assist and a ground ball. He also helped the Hornets top McDaniel, 11-5, earlier in the week.
  • Tyler Midwinter, Randolph-Macon, Senior, Attack
    March 12, 2012
    Midwinter, a senior from Ontario, Canada, had 12 points in a 2-0 week for Randolph-Macon. In a win at Shenandoah, Midwinter had three goals and dished out five assists for the Yellow Jackets. Midwinter then helped R-MC to a 14-7 win over Wooster with two goals and two assists for four points. Midwinter also grabbed four groundballs in the win over the Fighting Scots, giving him six pickups for the week.
  • Mac Means, Washington and Lee, Junior, Attack
    March 05, 2012
    Means, a junior from Sewickley, Pa., helped lead the men’s lacrosse team to an 11-10 win over Washington College on Saturday by recording four goals on five shots. He also assisted on another goal and picked up three ground balls. With the score tied at 9-9 in the final quarter, Means scored with 6:28 remaining and then assisted on the game-winner just 58 seconds later as the Generals defeated the Shoremen for the fourth straight time. For the season, Means leads the team in scoring with 12 points on eight goals and four assists.
  • Micah Keller, Hampden-Sydney, Senior, Attack
    February 27, 2012
    Keller, a senior from Richmond, Va., posted 11 goals in only two contests to help H-SC to a 1-1 week. In a 15-12 win over Catholic, he tallied seven goals on 14 shots (11 on goal) along with three ground balls and one caused turnover. At then #7 ranked Stevenson, he posted four goals on 10 shots (6 on goal) with three groundballs and one caused turnover in a 9-6 loss.
  • Greg Nash, Guilford, Senior, Attack
    February 20, 2012
    Nash, a senior from Walpole, Mass., helped the Quakers open the 2012 campaign 2-0 with nine points on seven goals and two assists last week. He hit for a career-best five goals and one helper in Guilford's season-opening 14-4 win over Shorter. Nash followed that up with two goals and another assist in a 14-13 last second win over Ferrum. Nash scored both of his goals as part of GC's 5-1 run to end the game. His first game with 4:14 to play, but his last would be most poignant as he stopped the clock with 1.9-seconds to play to put the Quakers' ahead and clinch their second win.