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Lawrence, Reiller and Palvino named All-American

Lawrence, Reiller and Palvino named All-American

Three members of the Genesee Community College men's lacrosse team were recently named NJCAA All-Americans for the 2013 season.

Goalkeeper Brady Lawrence, attack Christian Reiller and midfielder Marcus Palvino were all named to the NJCAA All-American Second Team.
Lawrence, a sophomore, sported the third highest save percentage in the country this season, stopping better than 67% of the shots he faced. He allowed the third lowest goals per game in the NJCAA, giving up just 7.31 goals per contest.
Also named to the Western New York Athletic Conference All-Conference First Team and the Region III All-Region First Team, Lawrence finished the regular season with 14 wins and 2 losses in goal.
Lawrence ends his career at Genesee as the save percentage leader with a combined save percentage of 68.22 during his two-years of play.

Reiller, a sophomore, was also named to the All-Conference First Team and All-Region First Team this year. He played in and started all 18 games this season for the Cougars and scored a team-leading 96 points (48 goals and 48 assists). That mark was the fifth highest in the country.

Reiller scored a total of 143 points during his two-year playing career at Genesee, which is the third highest total in school history.

 
Palvino, a sophomore, was also named to the All-Region and All-Conference First Team this year. He tallied 41 points this season (20 goals and 21 assists). He also collected 58 ground balls, which was fourth most on the team.
 
Palvino played in and started all 18 games this year for the Cougars and ends his two-year career with the program with 85 total points (55 goals and 30 assists).
 
Genesee finished the season 15-3 overall and held the No. 2 ranking in the NJCAA National Poll. The Cougars were Western New York Athletic Conference champions, Region III Western Conference champions and advanced to the NJCAA National Final Four for the third consecutive year.