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Germain Named to First Team, 5 Bobcats Earn All-League Honors


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EDISON, NJ – Five Quinnipiac men’s lacrosse student-athletes earned All-MAAC recognition for their performance during the 2023 regular season, as announced by the league office on Friday, April 28.
Steven Germain earned All-MAAC First Team honors to highlight all Bobcats.
John DeLucia, Jake Tellers, and Demitri George were named to the All-MAAC Second Team, and Justin Robbert was selected to the All-Rookie Team.  

Men's Lacrosse Huddle in Hamden on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2023
Steven Germain: All-MAAC First Team
Germain totaled 41 points for Quinnipiac, including 14 goals and 13 helpers over nine MAAC games. The junior midfielder recorded 23 goals and 18 helpers in total, scooped up 23 ground balls and caused three turnovers. Germain finished the season with 10 goals over the last four contests.
John DeLucia: All-MAAC Second Team
DeLucia led the Bobcats with 48 total points (28 goals and 20 assists) in 2023. The senior attack scored 33 points over nine MAAC games, registering 19 goals in that span. He scored multiple goals in 10 of 13 games this year. DeLucia has 92 career points over four years at QU.
Jake Tellers: All-MAAC Second Team
Tellers recorded 20 goals and 11 assists, finishing fourth on the squad in total points (31). The senior recorded 20 of his 31 points in MAAC action, tallying hat tricks vs. Canisius, VMI and LIU. Tellers has 76 points over four years with the Bobcats.
Demitri George: All-MAAC Second Team
QU’s faceoff specialist went 209-of-367 (56.9%) in the x this past year for the Bobcats, scooping up 111 ground balls. The two-time reigning MAAC FO Specialist of the Year won 54.8% of faceoff battles in MAAC play. George has won 723 career faceoffs, and has earned 403 ground balls during his five years at QU.
Justin Robbert: All-Rookie Team
Robbert led all QU first-year players with 28 points in 2023. He tallied eight goals and seven helpers for 15 points during MAAC play – earning multi-goal games three separate times in league action.

Quinnipiac also placed 19 student-athletes on the All-Academic Team (see list below). To see the full All-Academic squad CLICK HERE.

Kyle Connor Quinnipiac Jr. Health Science Studies/Physical Therapy
John Delucia Quinnipiac Gr. MBA
Nicholas DiMuccio Quinnipiac Gr. MBA
Ryan Donnery Quinnipiac Jr. Marketing
Trevor Douglas Quinnipiac Jr. Computer Information Systems
Griffin Fitzmaurice Quinnipiac Sr. Finance
William Gehen Quinnipiac Sr. Marketing
Demitri George Quinnipiac Gr. MBA
Steven Germain Quinnipiac Jr. Health Science Studies
John Ludenia Quinnipiac Jr. Finance
Owen Murray Quinnipiac So. Finance
Keegan Palmer Quinnipiac So. Sustainability and Environmental Policy 
Grant Pearsall Quinnipiac Jr. Finance
Evan Perry Quinnipiac Jr. Finance
Thomas Shaughnessy Quinnipiac Jr. Public Relations
Zackary Siegel Quinnipiac Jr. Supply Chain Management
Jake Tellers Quinnipiac Sr. Math
Joseph Van de Veerdonk Quinnipiac Sr. Health Science Studies
Adam Woodcock Quinnipiac Jr. Finance

The Bobcats finished the 2023 regular season with a 7-6 overall record – going 5-4 in MAAC action to earn the No. 6 seed in the upcoming league tournament. QU finished off regular season action strong by winning three of their last four games.
No. 6 Quinnipiac will face No. 3 Marist in the opening round of the MAAC Tournament on Saturday, April 29, 2023 at 7:00 PM in Poughkeepsie, NY.  

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