Brown Laxers Named To All-New England Team

Providence, Rhode Island - Senior defenseman Peter Fallon (Baltimore, MD), senior attackman Andrew Feinberg (Owing Mills, MD), senior goalie Matt Chriss (Lutherville, MD), and junior midfielder Rob Schlesinger (Medfield, MA) have been selected to the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Division I All-Star Team.  Fallon earned first team All-New England recognition, with Feinberg, Chriss and Schoesinger earned second team All-New England accolades.
Fallon, a three-time first team All-New England selection, earned his keep by being matched up against the opponents' top attackman.  A three-time All-Ivy selection, Fallon also displayed his skills on the offensive half of the field, scoring 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, and the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award, Fallon is concentrating in Modern American History.
A former New England Rookie of the Year and a three-time All-New England selection, Feinberg is among the top scorers in Brown lacrosse history. Feinberg scored 25 goals and handed out 10 assists in 2011, despite missing several games due to injury. He completed his standout Brown career with 162 career points (124 goals, 38 assists), seventh best in Brown lacrosse history. Feinberg's 124 career goals rank fourth in the Brown all-time record book.  Feinberg is a Commerce, Organizations and Entrepreneurship concentrator at Brown.
A second team All-Ivy selection in 2011, Chriss ranked among the nation's top goalies, ranking seventh nationally in save percentage (.584) and saves per game (11.64).  Chris also posted an 8.54 goals against average, second in the Ivy League.  He 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.
Schlesinger, a second team All-Ivy selection, finished as Brown's top scoring midfielder, and fourth leading scorer overall, with 18 points.  He scored 12 goals and handed out six assists for the Bears. He turned in a standout performance in Brown's win over #12 Penn, scoring a career high four goals, while distributing two assists. An Economics and Modern American History concentrator, Schlesinger scored two goals against both Cornell and St. Joseph's.

Pictured:  Peter Fallon '11.  photo by