LANCASTER, Pa. - Four members of the Franklin & Marshall men's lacrosse team landed on the 2016 All-Centennial Conference (CC) Team announced Monday. Sean Rogers was named to the first team while Michael Bossidy, Mike Wasik and Read Ziegler all earned honorable mention recognition.
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Rogers (Leesburg, Va./Loudoun County) made his first appearance on the conference's postseason award list after leading the CC in points (70) and goals (35) while ranking second in assists (35). His 70 points on the season were the most by a Diplomat since 1995 as he tallied multiple points in 15 out of 17 contests. On three occasions he tallied a season-high eight points and recorded 32 ground balls and nine caused turnovers on the year. The sophomore has picked up 109 points during his first two seasons in Lancaster, making him one of the fastest to reach the 100-point plateau.
Bossidy (New Canaan, Conn./New Canaan) earned conference honorable mention for the second-consecutive year after finishing the season second in the CC in goals with 34 and tied for 10th in the conference with 42 total points. He tallied at least one point in all 16 games in which he appeared, including a seven-point effort (6g, 1a) in an 11-8 victory over Washington College on April 2. He became just the 11th player at F&M to finish his career with 100-career goals.
Wasik (West Caldwell, N.J. / James Caldwell) received all-conference honors for the first time in his career after recording 27 points and scoring 24 goals this season. He ended the year with back-to-back three-goal games against Dickinson and Ursinus and reached four points on two occasions.
Ziegler (Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster Schools) garnered postseason accolades for the first time this season as a sophomore. The midfielder ended the campaign with 33 ground balls and eight caused turnovers, as well as scoring four goals and tallying three assists.
F&M finished the season with a 12-5 mark, including 6-2 record in Centennial action. The Diplomats have won double-digit games in four of the last five years and reached the CC Playoffs for the third time in four seasons.