Men's lacrosse Player of the Week: Drew Snider, Maryland

May 24, 2012

Drew Snider, Maryland

Senior, Seattle, midfielder

Snider was a catalyst in helping the Terps become the first unseeded team to advance to back-to-back semifinals in NCAA men's lacrosse history. The 6-foot, 175-pound midfielder scored a game-high three goals on four shots in Saturday's 11-5 upset of No. 2 seed Johns Hopkins in an NCAA tournament quarterfinal. All three of his goals occurred in the first half, when Maryland built a 6-2 advantage. Snider, who had scored three times in the Terps' 10-9 win over No. 7 seed Lehigh in the first round, has recorded three hat tricks in six career NCAA tournament games. He is tied with junior attackman Billy Gribbin for second on the team in goals (20) and ranks fourth in points (27).

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