Chriss, Fallon and Schlesinger Earn All-Ivy Lacrosse Honors
Providence, Rhode Island - Senior goalie Matt Chriss (Lutherville, MD), senior defenseman Peter Fallon (Baltimore, MD) and junior midfielder Rob Schlesinger (Medfield, MA) have been named to the All-Ivy men's lacrosse team in a vote of the seven Ivy League men's lacrosse coaches. Chriss, Fallon and Schlesinger each earned second team All-Ivy honors.
Chriss was among the nation's top goalies, ranking seventh nationally in save percentage (.584) and saves per game (11.64). He also posted an 8.54 goals against average, second in the Ivy League. Chriss had a season high 20 saves in a triple overtime game against Princeton, while allowing just five goals. A Modern American History concentrator, Chriss made 18 saves vs. Harvard, and 16 saves against both UMass and Vermont.
Fallon earned All-Ivy honors for the third straight season, once again being matched up against the opponents' top attackman. Not afraid to make a run into the offensive zone, Fallon scored goals against Dartmouth, Yale and Vermont. An All-American in 2009, Fallon picked up 26 ground balls and caused 13 turnovers. A candidate for the Tewaaraton Award as the nation's top player, Fallon is concentrating in Modern American History.
Schlesinger was Brown's top midfield scorer, and fourth leading scorer overall, with 18 points, netting 12 goals and handing out six assists. He came up with a big performance in Brown's win over #12 Penn, scoring a career high four goals, while distributing two assists. He scored two goals against both Cornell and St. Joseph's.