Dec. 4, 2012
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Senior attackman Logan Schuss and junior goalie Greg Dutton both have been named 2013 Preseason All-Americans in Inside Lacrosse's Face-Off Yearbook. Schuss earned a spot on the second team, while Dutton is an honorable mention selection.
Schuss, from Ladner, British Columbia, is a two-time USILA All-American, garnering honorable mention accolades as a freshman and third team honors as a junior. He is a three-time first team All-ECAC selection and was the 2012 ECAC Offensive Player of the Year and the 2010 ECAC Freshman of the Year. Schuss enters his senior season tied for fourth in Ohio State history in career points (165), tied for fifth with 102 career goals and tied for eighth with 63 career assists, including a team-high 57 points and 39 goals a season ago. As a junior in 2012, he was 13th in the NCAA in goals per game (2.6) and 17th in points per outing (3.8), ranking fifth and second in the ECAC, respectively. Among returning Division I players, Schuss ranks fourth in points per game (3.67) and fourth in points. Schuss, a physical education major, is a three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete and two-time Academic All-ECAC and Academic All-Big Ten honoree. He will serve as a co-captain for Ohio State this season.
Timonium, Md., native Dutton was a second team All-ECAC honoree as a sophomore. He started 14 games and led the ECAC in both goals-against average (6.92) and save percentage (.575), ranking third and seventh, respectively, in the NCAA. In five starts in conference play in 2012, Dutton had a league-best 5.24 goals-against average and .662 save percentage. He is fifth among returning NCAA Division I goalies with a 7.67 career goals-against average and has a .543 career save percentage in 29 starts.
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