Providence, R.I. -
Graduate student Jack Curran and seniors Jake Froccaro and Danny Sweeney were selected to the 76th annual United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) North South Game on Friday, May 26th. It will represent the final collegiate game for the three Wildcats as the suite up for the Division I/II South Team. The news was announced via a press release by the USILA.
The 2017 North/South games will be played at Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium on the campus of Providence College in Providence, RI, on Friday, May 26, 2017. The game times are 3:00 PM for the Division III game and 5:30 PM for the Division I-II game. Tickets for family and guests can be purchased at the game.
Curran had a record setting final season for the Wildcats, he finished with 46 goals, a new single season record. He is also fourth all-time in career points with 182, fifth in goals with 110, and sixth in assists with 72. Against St. John's this season Curran netted eight goals, tying the most goals scored in a single game that was set by Jake Froccaro just a season ago.
Froccaro finished this season with 48 points on 34 goals and 14 assists. The transfer served as the Wildcats primary faceoff specialist for five games this season and finished 74-for-141 (.525) from the center X and had a team high 83 ground balls. Over his two season with the Wildcats he netted 74 goals and dished out 30 assists for 104 points.
Sweeney, a long-stick defenseman, played in 57 games during his four year in the blue and white. He is currently ranked tenth all-time in caused turnovers with 30. During his senior season, Sweeney finished with 21 ground balls and 11 caused turnovers, and was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team.