Lacrosse's Rosenzweig and Schneider Named Jewish All-Americans

UMass players honored by publication.

Rosenzweig led UMass with 34 groundballs and had 24 caused turnovers.

July 9, 2008

AMHERST, Mass. - UMass lacrosse stars Jackie Rosenzweig, of the women's team and Doc Schneider, of the men's team, have been named First-Team Jewish All-Americans bu the Jewish Sports Review. Defender Rosenzweig was a first-team All-Atlantic selection. Goalie Schneider was an All-New England selection.

Rosenzweig led UMass with 34 groundballs and had 24 caused turnovers. She ranks all-time on UMass' caused turnovers list.

Schneider earned honors from the NEILA for the third year in a row. He was the 2006 New England Rookie of the Year. He was named Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week on Feb. 25. Additionally, was ECAC Co-Defensive Player of the Week and UMass Co-Athlete of the Week. Schneider named College Beat National Player of Week on April 21 after Georgetown game with 20 saves. He stands fourth all-time at UMass in career saves with 548 as he became the the fifth in UMass history with 500 career saves. Schneider had a 8.42 GAA and 59.5 save percentage in 2008. He led ECAC in saves per game with 12.1. He was second in the ECAC save percentage and fourth in goals against average. Schneider ranked eighth in the NCAA in save percentage, and 22nd in goals against average in the nation. He posted 15th-best single-season save total in 2008 with 169.

Additionally, men's lacrosse player Evan Blum was named an Honorable Mention Jewish All-American. He had seven goals and three assists.



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