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Four NXT LC alumni honored for their play in a shortened NCAA DI season.
NXT LC alumni are scattered all over the NCAA DI, II, & III landscape. This season, four alumni took home major DI postseason awards. Highlight the list is Ryan Terefenko, arguably one of the top players in DI. He took home his fourth All-American honor.
See below for the full list of postseason award honorees!
Ryan Terefenko continues to add to his already illustrious college career. A short stick defensive midfielder, Terefenko is known for his ability to play on both ends of the field and is widely regarded as the top SSDM in the country. The four-time All-American (first in Ohio State history) has recently announced his intentions to return for a fifth season at Ohio State.
• Started all 7 games
• 30 groundballs (led the team)
• 6 points (2G, 4A)
WATCH: Ryan Terefenko's high school highlight tape
Jason Reynolds has started every game since he first stepped foot on campus three years ago. Reynolds earned All-Conference nods his Freshmen and Sophmore seasons and now adds All-American to his accolades. He has accumulated 82 groundballs and 43 caused turnovers in just two and a half seasons.
• Started all 5 games
• 6 groundballs
• 4 caused turnovers
• 1 assist in a game vs Duke
Collin Loughead started all five games at defense his freshmen season at Boston University. He finished fourth on the team in groundballs (16) and third on the team in caused turnovers (8). In his first college game, Loughead collected six groundballs and caused two turnovers.
• Started all 5 games as a freshmen
• 16 groundballs
• 8 caused turnovers
Tate Wasson started every game at defense his freshmen season at Delaware. In those six games, he collected seven groundballs and caused nine turnovers.
• Started all 6 games as a freshmen
• 7 groundballs
• 9 caused turnovers
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