Men's Lacrosse Moves up in National Polls, Cracks Top-10
Thanks to a 3-0 start with two wins over nationally ranked opponents, the Army West Point Men's Lacrosse team has cracked the top-10 in both national polls heading into week three. The Black Knights were voted tied for seventh in the USILA Coaches Poll and is ninth int he Inside Lacrosse Media Poll.
Army has outscored its opponents 51-9 throughout the first three contests. The Black Knights lead the nation in scoring defense (3.00 goals allowed per game) and ranks second in scoring margin (14.00).
Wyatt Schupler has backed the Cadets' in net with an .838 save percentage to lead Division I and a 2.71 goals against average.
The Black Knights will face Marist on Tuesday afternoon before heading to No. 5 Syracuse on Sunday.