MANSFIELD, MASS.- This week's New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) senior class of the week recognizes eight seniors from Becker College men's lacrosse. This group made two NECC postseason appearances in their career, playing in the NECC Championship game in 2018.
Jack Schneider (Morrisville, Vt.)
Hawks attackman Jack Schneider is the only four-year player on this season’s team. In his 41-game career, Schneider produced 44 goals, 14 assists, and 58 total points. He also finished with 59 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers. His junior season in 2019 was a breakout time for Schneider as he finished with career-highs of 17 goals, five assists, and 18 ground balls in 10 games played for the Hawks.
Trey McMillen (Grapevine, Texas)
McMillen made 30 appearances in goal for the Hawks over a three-year career for Becker, rejoining the program in his senior year in 2020. McMillen finished with a 7-20-0 record with a 13.11 GAA and a 49.7 save percentage. His freshman season with a GAA of 9.05 and a save percentage of 54.0 percent are ranked as top-five records in Becker history for a single season.
Adam Sirois (Windsor, Conn.)
In just two seasons with the Hawks, Adam Sirois made such an impact to his teammates that he was named a captain in his final season at Becker. A defenseman for the Hawks, Sirois finished with 14 ground balls in his career of 15 games played.
Tyler Forest (Simi Valley, Calif.)
A two-year player for the Hawks, Tyler Forest joined the men’s lacrosse program as a junior in 2019. In 12 career games, Forest finished with eight goals and eight assists for 16 points. Forest also added 16 ground balls and five caused turnovers in two seasons.
Daniel Whittenburg (Eastford, Conn.)
Another two-year player for the Hawks, Whittenburg appeared in 14 games in the Hawks goal in 2019 and 2020. This season, Whittenburg picked up his second career victory in an 11-8 victory over MCLA; the final game prior to the cancellation of the 2020 season.
Ryan Gries (North Branford, Conn.)
Hawks faceoff/attackman Ryan Gries joined the men’s lacrosse program in 2020 making four career starts for the Hawks. In his short career, Gries scored two goals to go with 11 ground balls and two caused turnovers.
Patrick Goad (Andover, Mass.)
Long-stick midfielder Patrick Goad also joined the Hawks as a senior in 2020. Goad started four games for the Hawks and scooped three ground balls in 2020.
Andrew Agen (Parkesburg, Pa.)
Andrew Agen joined the Hawks midfield as a senior in 2020, making four appearances for Becker in his senior season. Agen scored one goal to go with one ground ball and two caused turnovers in his career.
ABOUT THE NECC
The NECC began competition in the 2008-09 academic year and current member institutions compete across 15 sports. The NECC membership focuses on providing athletic competition among institutions that share similar academic aspirations and are committed to the importance of the total educational experience for students engaged in sports. Current members include Bay Path University, Becker College, Dean College, Eastern Nazarene College, Elms College, Lesley University, Mitchell College and New England College.