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 annual All-Star Team.
Senior Ken McGuire (Wayland, Mass.) was named All-LEC First Team as a midfielder, and classmate Jason Biedrzycki (Amherst, N.H.) was selected to the All-LEC Second Team at midfield. McGuire is recognized as an LEC All-Star for the first time, while Biedrzycki is a repeat selection on the Second Team.
A 5'11", 190-pound middie, McGuire led the Panthers in scoring this season with 29 goals, 17 assists and 46 points. He finished sixth in the conference in goal scoring and 10th in points. A four-year starter, McGuire completes his 59-game PSC career with 79 goals, 60 assists and 139 points.
A 5'11", 210-pound middie, Biedrzycki finished second on the team in scoring this spring with 16 goals, 26 assists and 42 points. He was fourth in the conference in assists and eighth in points. A four-year starter, Biedrzycki played in 57 career games, scoring 67 goals, 73 assists and 140 points.
Biedrzycki and McGuire both finish among PSC's career leaders in assists and points. They are seventh and eighth, respectively, on the all-time PSC assist list, and 12th and 13th, respectively, on the all-time points list.
The Panther duo, who were two of PSC's four captains this spring, were honored by the LEC despite a disappointing season for the team. PSC, led by first-year head coach John Pynchon, finished 5-10 overall and in fifth place in the LEC with a 2-4 mark.