Posted on Thursday, May 23, 2013
For the first time since 2000, the Hobart College lacrosse team will send three representatives to the USILA/LAXWORLD North-South Game. Defensemen Sean Regan and Reid Rosello and midfielder Jake Silberlicht will play in the annual senior all-star game.
The game will be played at Edith Robb Dixon Field on the campus of Cabrini College in Radnor, Pa., on Friday, May 24 at 5:30 p.m.
A four-year starter, Regan holds the Hobart record for career caused turnovers with 60. In 14 games this season, he produced 22 caused turnovers and scooped up 22 ground balls. Regan scored a goal and picked up a season-high three ground balls in a 9-8 overtime win against then No. 16 Colgate and registered a season-high four caused turnovers against national semifinalist Denver.
In 55 career games, Regan logged two goals and three assists for five points and 62 ground balls.
A two-year starter, Rosello holds the Hobart record for caused turnovers in a season, logging 25 this season. He produced a season-high five caused turnovers at Robert Morris. Rosello picked up a season-high six ground balls twice, at Binghamton and against Denver.
In 50 career games, Rosello had three goals and three assists for six points, 89 ground balls, and 48 caused turnovers (2nd all-time). He also holds the Hobart game record for caused turnovers with six at Colgate in 2012.
Regan and Rosello shared Hobart's C.R.A.G. Outstanding Defensive Player Award this season.
In 14 games this season, including six as a starter, Silberlicht scored a career-high nine goals, added three assists for 12 points. A tough two-way middie, he recorded two points three times this year, including a pair of goals against defending national champion Loyola. Silberlicht also had the game-winning goal and an assist against Canisius.
In 45 career games, Silberlicht notched 13 goals and six assists for 19 points. He also collected 16 ground balls and five caused turnovers. Silberlicht earned this season's Lt. John Vandeverg '50 Memorial Award as the team's most improved.
The Statesmen finished the year with a 6-8 overall record, a two-win improvement from last season. Hobart went 2-5 in ECAC play. Half of the Statesmen's victories came against nationally ranked opponents.