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MEN'S LACROSSE TEAM NAMES MUNDORF, POWELL CAPTAINS FOR 2005-06 ACADEMIC YEAR
Brendan Mundorf was the 2005 America East Player of the Year
The UMBC men’s lacrosse team has selected senior attackman Brendan Mundorf (
UMBC will face its first outside competition this weekend as they play
Mundorf and Powell, both Sociology majors, have each earned three letters for the Retrievers. Mundorf was named 2005 America East Conference Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Year in a vote of the league’s seven head coaches. He earned First Team All America East honors in 2004, and he led the Retrievers in scoring with 29 goals and 28 assists for 57 points in 2005. He ended the 2005 season ranked ninth nationally in points per game (3.80 ppg) and has moved into 12th place on UMBC’s all-time scoring list with 137 points. (84 goals, 53 assists) Mundorf is now fifth all-time amongst UMBC’s Division I scorers, and his 56-point single season was the 13th-best in school history. He was the first player to hit the 50-point plateau since Dan Marohl posted 52 points in 2000.
Powell has started in all 29 games at close defense over the past two seasons for the Retrievers. He recorded a personal season high of 39 ground balls in ’05, the third highest figure on the squad. Powell, who only began playing competitive lacrosse at age 16, captained three teams at the prep level, including the lacrosse, ice hockey, and soccer squads.