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Lacrosse's Kyle Wimer Named One of 10 Finalists for Lowe's Senior Class Award
Kyle Wimer has moved into a tie for 20th place in school history with 113 career points.
The group of finalists was cut from 20 to ten by a media committee. The 20 finalists were announced back in February.
Nationwide balloting begins immediately to determine the winner. Lowe’s, an official Corporate Partner of the NCAA, will announce the Senior CLASS Award™ winner in late May at the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships in
The other finalists are: Gavin Buckley, St. John’s University; Ken Clausen, University of Virginia; Pierce Derkac, Cornell University; Jason Duboe, Harvard University; Ridge Flick, U.S. Air Force Academy; Andrew Maisano, U.S. Military Academy; Thomas Muldoon, Brown University; Max Quinzani, Duke University and Scott Rodgers, University of Notre Dame.
Wimer currently leads the Retrievers in scoring with six goals and 16 points on the campaign. He has at least one point in 25 consecutive games, which is tied for the sixth-longest streak in the nation. Wimer has moved into a tie for 20th place in school history in scoring with 113 career points (58 goals, 55 assists).
Kyle’s player card can be viewed http://www.seniorclassaward.com/athletes/kyle_wimer/.
These 10 names will be placed on the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award lacrosse ballot for a nationwide vote beginning today and concluding May 17. Fan balloting is available on the award’s official Web site, http://www.seniorCLASSaward.com, as well as through text messaging. Fans can text LAX to 74567 to vote for the finalists. These votes will be combined with votes from coaches and media to determine the recipient of the award.
This marks the fourth year for the men’s lacrosse division of the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.
An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School™, the Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages students to use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as leaders in their communities.