Conners Selected to USILA North-South Game
HAMDEN, Conn. – Senior goalie Gill Conners (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.) has been named to the 2014 USILA/LaxWorld Division I/II North-South Game, where he will suit up for Team North on Monday, May 26 at 10:00 a.m. The game will be played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
In addition to the D I/II game, the DIII game will also take place. These games will bring together 128 of the finest senior lacrosse players in the country. The tickets for the NCAA Lacrosse Championships include admission to the North-South All-Star Games and can be purchased by going to NCAA.com/Lacrosse or by calling 410-261-7283 for more information.
Gill Conners wrapped up a tremendous two-year stint with the Bobcats, earning his second consecutive All-Conference and All-Region honors. Last year, Conners was tabbed the top goalie in both the Northeast Conference and the New England Region. Conners finished up his career with 366 saves, standing just behind fourth place for the most saves at Quinnipiac.
In 2014, Conners posted 13.2 saves per game, a .576 save percentage, and a 10.20 goals against average. He ranked fourth in the nation in saves per game, sixth in save percentage and 35th in goals against average. Conners recorded his 300th save against Stony Brook (4/1) to become just the fifth goalie in Quinnipiac history to do so. He had 171 on the season, serving as the fifth most saves in a single-season.
Conners is one of five Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) players to appear on the game's rosters. He is joined by Team North selections Eric Warden, Jack Warden and Tobias Armour of Fairfield University and Team South selection Troy Dennis of Detroit Mercy.
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