Canuso, Creegan, Kramer, Haas, and MacDonald Honored at End-of-Season Banquet
July 14, 2005
Villanova, Pa.--Seniors Marc Creegan (West Babylon, N.Y.) and Chris Kramer (Massapequa Park, N.Y.), junior Joe Canuso (Moorestown, N.J.), sophomore Mike Haas (North Wales, Pa.), and freshman Chris MacDonald (Westfield, N.J.) were all honored by the team at the end-of-season banquet.
Canuso earned the team's Most Valuable Player award in 2005. The junior goalie was named second team All-CAA and finished fourth in the nation in both goals against average (6.90) and save percentage (.615).
Creegan was named the recipient of the B. Joesph Tofani award, presented to the graduating senior with the highest grade point average. An attacker, Creegan started all 15 games for the Wildcats in 2005 and scored 11 goals and eight assists for a total of 19 points.
Kramer was a dual honoree, winning the Jim Jones award and the Groundball award. The Jim Jones Award is given to the player who best exemplifies loyalty, courage and dedication, not only on the athletic field, but in everyday life. This honor is named after Jim Jones ('64) who played lacrosse and gave his life for his country in Vietnam.
Kramer, an All-CAA second team selection, played in all 15 games and scored eight goals and four assists for 12 points. He also led the team in groundballs with 72.
Haas was selected as the team's Most Improved player. He played in all 15 games and scored five goals and two assists for seven points.
MacDonald, a 2005 CAA All-Rookie Team selection, took Rookie of the Year honors. He was the seventh leading scorer on the team with eight goals and two assists for ten points on the year.