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Westervelt Named America East Conference Men's Lacrosse Co-Player of the Week
Senior attackman Drew Westervelt was named co-America East Confernce Player of the Week for games ending April 15, 2007. He shares the honor with
Westervelt scored the game-winning goal with one second remaining in the second overtime in UMBC’s wild 11-10 double overtime victory over
More notes on Drew Westervelt
• He is the current fourth-leading active scorer in the country with 177 career points. He is tied for second on that list with 79 assists and seventh with 98 goals.
• Westervelt is tenth in the nation in scoring with 3.82 points per game. He is ninth in assists (1.91 per contest) and leads the America East Conference in that category.
• He needs two goals to become the 11th Retriever to score 100 in a career. The attackman is seventh on UMBC’s all-time scoring list and needs just two points to replace Jason Smith (’94) in sixth place. His 79 helpers are sixth all-time and he needs two more to replace Jay Robertson (’81) in fifth place.
• Westervelt has points in 17 straight games, which is tied for 20th in the country. He has scored 69 points (38g-31a) in that span, an average of 4.06 points per game. He has at least a point in 53 of the 55 games he has competed in at UMBC.