Doug Prusoff


Fairfield, Conn.

High School:
Hopkins School

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200


American Studies

Doug  Prusoff


Men's Lacrosse Lands 20 on Academic Honor Roll

Hyatt and Zawadzki lead honorees


Mangan Steps Down as Head Men's Lacrosse Coach

National search for new head coach will begin immediately


Prusoff and Hyatt Named to Academic All-Patriot League Team

Pair represents Lafayette on 14-player list


Colgate Downs Lafayette in Hamilton

Scheuerle scores three in defeat


Brian Bock Named Patriot League Rookie of the Week

Freshman leads Leopards with 27 points this season


Lafayette vs. Lehigh

Men's Lacrosse Senior Day


Army at Lafayette

Patriot League Men's Lacrosse


Lafayette 10, Providence 5

Lafayette 10, Providence 5

2012: Started in all 13 games as a senior...scored 13 goals, fourth-best on the team...averaged 1.15 points per game...scored his first goal of the season in the opener versus Providence (2/18)...netted two goals and collected a ground ball as well as caused a turnover against Binghamton (2/25)...scored a hat trick in a huge win over Wagner (2/28)...scored two goals in consecutive games versus Rutgers (3/3) and Navy (3/10)...tallied his first assist of the season against Marist (4/3)...had an assist and a caused turnover in the seaosn finale versus Lehigh (4/21)...named to the All-Academic Patriot League Team..Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Selection.

Played in 11 games, making three starts as a junior...totaled six points, three goals and three assists on the season...contributed three assists in the win at Wagner (3/1)...had a goal against Penn (3/4)...scored twice at Navy (3/12)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

Played in six games as a sophomore... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

2009: Saw action in three games, tallying two assists...recorded his first assist in a 15-4 victory against Wagner (2/25)...had an assist against Army (4/14)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

At Hopkins: All-American in his final season...helped his team to three league titles...earned 12 varsity letters, capturing all-league honors and winning league championships as a member of the football and basketball squads...named Hopkins Most Outstanding Male Athlete as a senior.