WAUKESHA, Wis. – Freshman Nick Klotz became the second Marian University men’s lacrosse student-athlete to be voted the MLC Player of the Week this season announced the league office late Monday night.
Klotz (Farmington, Minn.) recorded 16 points in three games as the Sabres defeated North Central University and Carroll University before falling to Monmouth College in overtime to open MLC play. The rookie midfielder had a 10-point game against NCU where he scored six goals with four assists, while also grabbing nine ground balls. He then had a four-point game against Carroll where he had a pair of goals and assists to go with three ground balls. Klotz leads the Sabres with 18 goals and 12 assists on the season for 30 points and ranks fifth in the conference with 3.75 points per game along with a ranking of third in the MLC with three man-up goals.
Marian hosts Cornell tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. in the first home game in program history.