Brous Earns Second Consecutive USILA All-America Honor

Brous Earns Second Consecutive USILA All-America Honor

Perry, N.Y. – For the second consecutive year, Dryden Brous of the Lynn University men's lacrosse team has been named a United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-American, earning Honorable Mention accolades.

Last season, Brous became the first player in program history to be tabbed an All-American, claiming a spot on the Third Team.

The junior out of Ocean City, Md. is a three-time First Team All-Sunshine State Conference honoree, marking the only player in program history with multiple First Team plaudits. This season, Brous garnered a 74.0% winning clip at the faceoff X and 10.73 ground balls per game, ranking inside the top four in the country in both categories for the second straight season.

Brous picked up three more SSC Player of the Week awards this year, giving him 11 in his three-year career, breaking the Lynn University record for most-ever weekly awards from the league.

Additionally, Brous continues to hold the program's single-game, single-season and career-long records for both faceoff wins and ground balls.