Logan Adams, Lynchburg, So., Attack

Logan Adams, Lynchburg, So., Attack

Adams, a sophomore from Grosse Point, Mich., helped the nationally 20th-ranked Hornets to a pair of ODAC wins last week by registering 11 total points. In a 24-10 win at Shenandoah, Adams scored four times and dished out an assist. He added a ground ball to his stat line. He followed that with another goal and five assists in a playmaking role, adding two caused turnovers and a ground ball to his performance in a 19-7 win at Randolph-Macon. For the season, Adams has racked up 19 points on eight goals and 11 assists.

Men's Lacrosse Honor Roll

Parker Styles, Guilford (Jr. - GK)
Styles helped preserve two Guilford wins with 20 total saves in the Quakers 2-0 week. He made 14 stops with a .700 save percentage in a 9-6 non-conference win at Ferrum. He followed that with six saves, including a key stop with 38-seconds to play, in the Quakers 7-6 win over Bridgewater. He and the GC defense pitched a second-half shutout to enable the Quakers to comeback from a four-goal halftime deficit.

Miles Muncie, Randolph-Macon (Jr. - M)
Muncie scored twice and dished out an assist in the Yellow Jackets 19-7 setback to Lynchburg. He added a ground ball and a caused turnover.

Ian Davies, Roanoke (So. - GK)
Davies made 13 saves with a .684 save percentage in the #18 Maroons 13-6 win over Hampden-Sydney.

Stephen LaTona, Shenandoah (Sr. - A)
LaTona becamse the Hornets all-time goals scored leader in SU's 1-1 week. She notched a pair of goals with an assist in a 24-10 setback to Lynchburg. He then fired in seven goals with three ground balls and a caused turnover to lead Shenandoah to a 15-8 victory at Virginia Wesleyan.

A.J. Witherell, Washington and Lee (So. - A)
Witherell matched his season-high with eight points on three goals and a career-high five assists in Washington and Lee's 17-9 victory over Bridgewater. He chipped in three ground balls.