CAA Men’s Lacrosse Weekly Awards – February 28

RICHMOND, Virginia (February 28, 2022) – The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) weekly men’s lacrosse awards have a Canadian theme on Feb. 28, as the league office announced its recipients for last week’s performances. Delaware’s Mike Robinson was named CAA Player of the Week, while Drexel Max Semple received CAA Rookie of the Week honors.

Mike Robinson, Delaware
junior | Attack | Peterborough, Ontario, Canada / Culver Military Academy (Ind.)

Robinson helped Delaware to a 1-1 week, recording nine points on seven goals and two assists. On Saturday, he led an impressive Blue Hen offense with seven points, scoring five goals with a pair of assists as Delaware outscored Monmouth 17-6. It’s the second time this season that Robinson has scored at least five goals and seven points in a game. Earlier in the week, the forward added two goals in a battle against nationally ranked Duke, but Delaware ultimately fell out of the competition.

Max Semple, Drexel
Freshman in red shirt | Attack | Coquitlam, BC, Canada / Centennial

In his first week of college action, Semple recorded seven points on seven goals in a 1-1 week for Drexel. In his Drexel debut, the BC native scored his first career hat trick and added five ground balls, one of which caused a turnover despite a loss to Lafayette. He improved his goalscoring effort against UAlbany, scoring four goals to help Drexel earn their first win of the season.

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