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Future Rattlers Wolf & Thompson vie for lacrosse top honor

March 18, 2016
Washington, D.C (May 29, 2014)  Tonight we finally find out who the 2014 Tewaaraton Award will be awarded to as the Most Outstanding Player (mens and womens) in college lacrosse.  The Rochester Rattlers can be proud that 2 of the 5 finalists are from their own 2014 MLL Collegiate Draft.  As the NCAA lacrosse season has come to a close, the 14 thAnnual Tewaaraton Awards Ceremony will be held in the Nation’s capital tonight at 8pm.

Attackmen Jordan Wolf (2 ndoverall pick) is a two time Division 1 National Champion with the Duke Blue Devils.  “The Big Bad Wolf” finalized his college lacrosse career with a total of 184 goals and 120 assists with a 3.2 goals per game average (second place in Division 1).  2014 also witnessed Wolf end his career on a high note while winning the National Championship he was named the games’ Most Outstanding Player.  During the 2014 season Jordan had 64 goals, 39 assists for 103 points.  He was a first team All-American, ACC offensive player of the year, and a first team All-ACC (fourth consecutive season).  Wolf finished his career with 304 points, tied for the eighth most in Division I history. Wolf became the second ACC player to reach the 300-point plateau (joining current Duke assistant and former Blue Devils star Matt Danowski) and the first player in ACC history to produce a 100-point season.

University of Albany Attackmen Miles Thompson (R3, 30 thoverall pick) has helped captivate the imagination and interest of the lacrosse world along with his cousin Ty (also a Rattler draftee) and brother Lyle (also a T.A. finalist).  He finished the season with 82 goals, 37 assists and 119 points. Miles is a first team All-American, first team All-America East (second consecutive season), America East tournament MVP and tied the single-season NCAA goals record set by Yale's Jon Reese with his 82-goal effort as a junior.

The Rattlers are proud to say that both will be in the Flower City wearing the black and gold in the near future, after they compete tonight for Lacrosse’s top honor. To find out more about the 14 thAnnual Tewaaraton Awards Ceremony logo onto

Rochester is back in action against the league’s newest member The Florida Launch this Sunday, June 1 st@ 1pm from Sahlens Stadium in Downtown Rochester.

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