PROVIDENCE, R.I. -St. John's junior Charlie Holenstein earned honors as the BIG EAST Men's Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Week and Syracuse's John Galloway was tabbed as the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the week for his performance.
Holenstein scored a career-high four goals on five shots, all in the first half in Big City Classic to help the Red Storm defeat BIG EAST foe Rutgers 9-8. Holenstein was named Konica Minolta Player of the Game for his efforts. He added two ground balls in the win.
Galloway helped to lead Syracuse past No. 3/3 Duke 13-11 in the Big City Classic at New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. on April 3. Galloway made a season-high 16 saves in 60 minutes, earning honors as the Konica Minolta Player of the Game. He set the NCAA Division I career wins record, earning his 52nd victory. He eclipsed Scott Bacigalupo's previous mark of 51 wins for Princeton from 1991-94. Galloway's overall record stands at 52-6 in 58 career starts. Nine of his saves against Duke came in the second half as the Blue Devils attempted to rally from a 9-2 halftime deficit.
Travis Comeau, Georgetown, So., A
Had five of the Hoyas' nine goals and two ground balls in a 9-8 win against Navy.
Barney Ehrmann, Georgetown, Sr., D
Had one assist, nine ground balls and four caused turnovers in a 9-8 win against Navy.
Zach Brenneman, Notre Dame, Sr., M
Scored two goals and an assist to help lead the Fighting Irish to a conference victory against No. 8 Villanova.
Jake Goodelman, Providence, Sr., G
Made 16 saves and allowed only six goals in an 8-6 win against Lafayette.
Jovan Miller, Syracuse, Sr., M
Recorded two goals and two assists for four points in a win against No. 3/3 Duke, to go along with one ground ball and one caused turnover.