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Men's Lax Excels in Classroom During Breakout Season

June 30, 2010

EASTON, Pa. - During a season that saw the most wins since the 1984 campaign, the Lafayette men's lacrosse team continued to showcase their excellence in the classroom, leading the Patriot League with 27 student-athletes on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll today.

Leading the way was Stewart Inman '10 and senior Tyler Silvey, who both notched a 3.92 grade-point average in the spring semester.

In total, three freshmen, four sophomores, 12 juniors and members of the Class of 2010 saw their way onto the list.

It was a season on firsts for the Lafayette, as it captured its first win over nationally-ranked opponents (Navy and Bucknell), saw itself in the national rankings for eight consecutive weeks and earned the school's first-ever Patriot League Tournament berth.

The Leopards return to College Hill in August and will prepare for their fall ball schedule throughout the first semester.

1.	Greg Allis		So.		Civil Engineering, 3.20
2.	Stefan Bauer		Jr.		Economics, 3.66
3.	Matt Beck		Sr.		Economics, 3.56
4.	John Bolton		Fr. 		Mathematics/Economics, 3.67
5.	Connor Brennan		Jr.		Economics, 3.33
6.	Ed Daley		Sr. 		Government & Law/Spanish, 3.90
7.	Kevin Dunbar		Sr.		Economics, 3.56
8.	Bob FitzPatrick		So. 		Policy Studies, 3.42
9.	Alex Floeck		So.		Economics, 3.25
10.	Franklin Floyd		Jr.		Economics, 3.20
11.	Andrew Fullen		Jr. 		Economics, 3.68
12.	Stewart Inman		Sr.		Philosophy, 3.92
13.	Jon Marcek		Jr. 		Civil Engineering, 3.46
14.	Matt Mersky		Sr.		Economics, 3.70
15.	Jason Montoya		Sr.		Mechanical Engineering, 3.75
16.	Cesar Munoz		Jr.		Government & Law, 3.40
17.	Will Parker		Jr. 		Neuroscience, 3.48
18.	Tom Perini		Jr.		Economics, 3.67
19.	Spencer Philpot		Jr. 		Chemical Engineering, 3.46
20.	Chris Prud'homme	Sr.		Engineering, 3.42
21.	Doug Prusoff		So. 		American Studies, 3.60
22.	Greg Rau		Fr. 		Economics, 3.60
23.	Steve Serling		Sr.		Economics, 3.30
24.	Tyler Silvey		Jr. 		Government & Law/Spanish, 3.92
25.	Ryan Stanley		Jr. 		Economics, 3.50
26.	Geoff Stearns		Fr.		Economics, 3.60
27.	Eric Teschemacher	Jr.		Economics, 3.25