The UMass Lowell men's lacrosse team, led by Head Coach Drew Kelleher, navigated a challenging twelve-game schedule during their second season. The team added 21 new players, including two graduate students, to their roster before the season commenced, with seniors Ben Greco, Garrett Murphy, and Curtis Redd appointed as team captains.

By the Numbers
  • Jack Bird set a program record with 24 faceoff wins in a single game.
  • Colby Frigon and Jack Bird received America East weekly awards for their standout performances.
Yes, But

The team faced challenges in some games, like their 9-16 loss to Holy Cross and 9-18 defeat against Vermont.

State of Play
  • Riley Lawhorn emerged as the top point scorer for the season with 17 points.
  • Gretta Murphy achieved new personal bests in goals, points, and ground balls during his career-best season.
  • Khairi Sears led the team in assists, finishing the season with nine assists and a total of 15 points.
  • Jack Bird excelled as the faceoff specialist and made a program-record 24 faceoff wins in a single game.
  • Mark Pav impressed in his first season as a starting goalkeeper, making double-digit saves in seven out of nine starts.
What's Next

The UMass Lowell men's lacrosse team will look to build on the successes and experiences of the 2024 season to continue their growth and competitiveness in future seasons under Coach Drew Kelleher.

Bottom Line

The UMass Lowell men's lacrosse team faced challenges but showcased strong individual performances and growth throughout the 2024 season, setting the stage for continued improvement in the seasons to come.