Following a breakout sophomore season at St. John’s University, Kieran McArdle was given honorable mention at the attack position by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.
“I couldn’t be any prouder of Kieran,” said head Coach Jason Miller. “He performed at a very high level all year and proved to be one of the best attackers in the Big East. He is certainly deserving of the recognition and I’m very happy for him.”
The Ronkonkoma, L.I., native finished the season with 28 goals, 32 assists and 60 points in 15 games. McArdle’s totals were the most goals, assists and points in a season since program reinstatement in 2005. He led the Big East in points (3.77) and assists (2.00) per game during the regular season.
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