Reid Named All-American
June 1, 2004
AMHERST, Mass. - Sophomore men's lacrosse player Jack Reid (Glastonbury, Conn.) was named to the 2004 STX / USILA Division I Honorable Mention All-America Team released yesterday. Reid was the lone Minuteman selected to any team, and one of 19 defenseman nationally named.
Reid followed up his outstanding freshman season with another impressive season as a sophomore. He led the team with 53 ground balls in only 13 games for an average of 4.08 ground balls per game. He scooped up a career-best eight ground balls twice in the last four games of the season, and was named a first team All-New England selection. He led a defense that allowed only six foes to reach double figures and only 8.36 goals per game. He was named a preseason third team All-America selection after being named to Inside Lacrosse's All-Freshman Team and second team All-New England and second team All-ECAC as a freshman. Reid made the league's second team again in 2004. For his career, Reid has appeared in 29 games and scooped up 86 ground balls.
Since 1960, UMass lacrosse players have been named All-America 110 times. The Minutemen finished 2004 with a 7-7 overall record.
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