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Krolus and Lowe Earn USILA Senior All-Star Game Invitations
YORK, PA – York College senior men's lacrosse players Seth Krolus (Westminster, Md./Loyola Blakefield) and James Lowe (Monrovia, Md./Urbana) have been selected to participate in the 2014 USILA Senior All-Star game on Sunday, May 25 at M& T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.
Krolus and Lowe helped lead the Spartans to a school-record 16 wins as York advanced to the Capital Athletic Conference championship game and earned the program's first ever NCAA Tournament berth.
Krolus had a fantastic senior year as he earned first-team All-Capital Athletic Conference honors for the second consecutive year. The two-way midfielder finished with 34 points on 16 goals and 18 assists. Krolus accumulated 82 ground balls and forced eight opponent turnovers.
Krolus earned the Jake Jaquet Fighting Heart Award at the recent York College Athletic Awards Ceremony. The Fighting Heart is presented to the member of an athletic squad who is not necessarily an outstanding athlete, but can be, who goes above and beyond what is asked of or expected of his/her and because of this exemplary, unselfish, and at times, unrewarded behavior stands out among his/her peers.
Krolus closed out his career with 97 points on 44 goals and 53 assists with 224 ground balls. He had two game-winning goals and three man-up goals. He finished his career first in program history in games played, third in ground balls and third in games started.
Lowe capped a highly successful Spartan career with a stellar senior year. Lowe tallied 51 points on 26 goals and 25 assists. He had four man-up goals with 33 ground balls and four caused turnovers. Lowe ranked 13th in the CAC in goals, seventh in assists, and tenth in total points.
Lowe finishes his career with 157 points on 82 goals and 75 assists. He scored three game-winning goals and eight man-up goals. Lowe scooped up 115 career ground balls and forced 23 opponent turnovers.
Spartan head coach Brandon Childs is pleased to see his two senior standouts rewarded with a trip to Baltimore.
"Seth and James are very worthy of playing in the senior All-Star game," said Childs. "They were a huge part of our success the last two seasons. I am very happy to see them get be a part of the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four weekend in Baltimore. It should be a great experience and I hope they are just the first in a long line of Spartan seniors who will get to play in the game."
The USILA Division III All-Star game will be held on Sunday, May 25 at 10:00 am at M&T Bank Stadium, the site of this year's Division I Final Four and also the site of the Division II and Division III National Championship games.