Danbury, Conn. - May 16, 2018 - The Springfield College men's lacrosse team had two student-athletes chosen to the Division III Men's Lacrosse All-Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Team after they helped the Pride return to the national tournament for the 11th-consecutive season.
A day after earning NEILA All-New England Second-Team Honors, Reynolds was recognized again the regional stage for his efforts between the pipes. The two-time NEWMAC Defensive Athlete of the Year, Reynolds totaled 211 saves, which led to a save percentage of .558 this season. The Health Care Management major also owned a 9.52 goals against average and had 15 games with double-digit saves, including four games with at least 15 saves, and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the NEWMAC Championship for the second time in the last year threes.
A dynamic leader for the Pride and Physical Education major, Cunnington had a standout year as the Pride's longstick midfielder. In addition to producing a team-best 58 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers, the NEWMAC All-Conference First Team selection totaled nine points, including seven goals, as a threat all-season in transition.
Thanks to their efforts, Springfield once again appeared in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament as the Pride reeled off a 13-6 record this season.