Notre Dame's Jim Marlatt was named BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week, while Chris Creighton of Villanova earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week honors.
Marlatt had a hand in four of Notre Dame's six goals in a 6-5 overtime win against No. 19/19 Hofstra. The sophomore midfielder had a career-high four points on two goals and two assists. His second goal tied the game 4-4 with 1:02 left in regulation and he assisted on the gamewinner in overtime.
Creighton grabbed a career-high seven ground balls in an excellent defensive effort, helping the Wildcats to an 8-7 victory against Penn. The senior defender's four caused turnovers and ground balls aided in a come-from-behind win for Villanova.
BIG EAST Honor Roll
Zack Angel, Georgetown, Sr., M
Angel scored the eventual game-winning goal in an 11-10 win against against No. 20/RV Harvard. He posted his second-consecutive hat trick with two of his three goals breaking ties.
Jeff Lowman, St. John's, Jr., G
Lowman made 15 saves to keep the Red Storm close with No. 6/6 Syracuse in a 9-8 loss.
Tim Desko, Syracuse, R-Sr., A
Desko had three points in SU's 9-8 win at St. John's on March 10 in the conference opener for both teams. He scored two goals, including the gamewinner with 1:25 to play, and had one assist. He also collected two ground balls.
Brian Megill, Syracuse, Jr., D
Picked up a season-best five ground balls and caused two turnovers in the Orange's 9-8 win at St. John's. Megill guarded the Red Storm's leading scorer, holding him to two assists. He also recorded his first collegiate point, assisting on a goal. He went 3-for-4 in faceoffs.
Max Hart, Villanova, Jr., M
Hart netted the game-tying and game-winning goals with just 1:07 and one second remaining in regulation to secure the 8-7 victory over Penn. Hart's game-winning goal came from 40 yards out to beat Penn. His hat trick is a career high.