Lori and Pfister Preview Detroit Mercy Game
Gameday photo gallery from the 2017 Men's Lacrosse Final Four at Gillette Stadium.
• Two-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and an Academic All-Big Ten choice.
• Transferred to Ohio State after one year at Lehigh.
• 2018 team captain.
AS A JUNIOR (2017)
• Saw action in 19 games.
• 12 groundballs.
• Assist vs. Towson in NCAA Tournament semifinals May 27.
• Scored a goal against Bellarmine March 5.
• Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Big Ten selection.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
• Played in all 15 games.
• Eight groundballs and three caused turnovers.
• Two points on a goal and an assist.
• Assist and five groundballs vs. Marquette March 4.
• Scored vs. Detroit Feb. 13.
• Named an Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.
AT LEHIGH (2015)
• Played in 15 games and had 29 groundballs and four caused turnovers.
• Assist, caused turnover and six groundballs against Princeton April 7.
• Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
AT HUDSON HIGH SCHOOL
• Two-time US Lacrosse All-American.
• Two-time first team all-state (2014, ’15) and a second team selection in 2013.
• Adam Hamilton Award winner as the NOSLCA Player of the Year and was named the Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Year in 2015 while serving as team captain.
• Ohio Attackman and Player of the Year as a junior in 2014 after setting school record with 121 points in a season.
• Hudson’s 2014 Male Athlete of the Year.
• Squad’s offensive MVP as a junior and senior.
• Member of 2013 state championship team.
• Also played hockey and was an all-state and all-division honoree.
• Had 200 career points to set school record.
• Two-time team captain and offensive MVP.
• Received “Buck” Hyser Award, Hudson’s most prestigious award which honors outstanding character, leadership and citizenship.
• National Honor Society member.
• A 2013 Volunteer of the Year for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland.
• Son of Mark and Tricia.
• Three siblings, Annie, Macy and Blake.
• Father played hockey at Northeastern and Bowling Green and professionally in Europe.
• Uncle Chris Lori was a bobsled driver for Team Canada in four Olympics.
• Uncle Rick Thompson played for the MLB Houston Astros.
• Sport industry major.
• Involved with Athletes in Action.
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