PLYMOUTH, N.H. - Two Plymouth State College men's lacrosse players were recognized Monday for their strong seasons as the Little East Conference announced its post-season All-Star Team and award winners.
Senior Andrew Quesnel (Middlebury, Vt.) was named All-LEC First Team as a midfielder, and junior Jason Biedrzycki (Amherst, N.H.) was selected to the All-LEC Second Team at midfield. LEC regular season and tournament champion Eastern Connecticut State University dominated the list of awards, capturing three of the four major awards and having six All-Conference selections.
Quesnel has also been honored by the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association, earning an invitation to the prestigious East-West All-Star game. Quesnel will suit up for the East team in the annual game, which includes standout players from all NCAA Divisions. The game is scheduled for this Sunday (May 12) at 2:00 p.m. at Tufts University.
A 6'0", 170-pound middie, Quesnel completed a strong four-year career for the Panthers. He finished two points shy of scoring 100 career points, ending up with 62 goals and 36 assists. Quesnel led the Panthers in scoring this spring with 28 goals, 15 assists and 43 points.
A 5'11", 200-pound middie, Biedrzycki finished second on the team in scoring this spring with 16 goals and 22 assists. He has been one of PSC's top scorers the past three years, and heads into his final year of eligibility with 98 career points (51 goals, 47 assists). Only 16 players in school history have reached the 100 career-point milestone. Quesnel and Biedrzycki were honored despite a disappointing season for the Panthers. PSC, led by first-year head coach Chuck Little, finished 4-10 overall and in fifth place in the LEC with a 2-4 mark.