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Saint Vincent College's Jeremy Kennedy makes ECAC first team

Bill Beckner Jr.
| Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 12:54 p.m.
Pine-Richland grad Jeremy Kennedy broke the Saint Vincent record for goals in a season this year for the 2018 men's lacrosse team.
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Pine-Richland grad Jeremy Kennedy broke the Saint Vincent record for goals in a season this year for the 2018 men's lacrosse team.

Jeremy Kennedy has been one of the top players in Division III lacrosse during his still-prospering career at Saint Vincent.

His postseason awards validate his reputation.

Kennedy, a junior attacker for the Bearcats, was named to the all-Eastern College Athletic Conference first team.

Kennedy set single-season team and conference records for goals (64) and points (88) for the Bearcats (15-4), who reached the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference championship.

A Pine-Richland graduate, he scored a league-leading 38 goals and finished with 48 points.

Kennedy's teammate, senior Michael Grus, made all-ECAC honorable mention. He had 48 ground balls and caused 30 turnovers for SVC.

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