March 22, 2011

Cornell's Mock Named Ivy Player of Week

from press release

– For the third week in a row, a member of the Cornell men's lacrosse team has been named the Ivy League Player of the Week, with Steve Mock (Huntington, N.Y.) taking the honor after helping the Big Red to a victory in its conference opener at Yale this past weekend. The honor is the first conference accolade of Mock's career.

The sophomore attackman led the Big Red to a 10-8 win over Yale on March 19 by scoring four goals, which matched his career high mark. Mock's four goals came on just eight shots and were registered during a decisive 6-3 scoring run by the Big Red. His first goal of the day broke open a 3-3 tie. He also scored the game-winning goal, as well as Cornell's final goal of the game, which gave the Big Red its biggest lead of the day.

Mock, who missed two games earlier this season due to injury, now has six goals in four games.



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