Much in part to their play, Springfield won its 10th overall and fourth consecutive Pilgrim Lacrosse League title this season. The Pride's season came to a close on Wednesday after a hard fought 6-5 loss at Endicott in the NCAA Championship First Round.
Runyon led Springfield in points during his standout senior campaign as he took home Pilgrim League All-Conference First Team honors for the first time in his career. The Fairport, N.Y. product scored 23 goals and dished out 23 helpers as he reached the career 100 point milestone in Springfield's 19-8 Pilgrim League Championship victory over Babson.
In a breakout senior season, Johnson scored a team-best 36 goals out of Springfield's midfield unit. Ranking third on the team with 43 points, the Orlando, Fla. native was one of Springfield's most dependable offensive weapons, as he scored at least three points in 10 games. He was named to the Pilgrim All-Conference Second Team this season.
Eaton, who was earlier this week named the Pilgrim Lacrosse League Player of the Year for the second-straight season, had another dominant season for Springfield. The Westford, Mass. product has gone 169-254 from the face-off “X”, totaling a 66.5 winning percentage. In league play, Eaton was unstoppable as he went 57-68 on draws, racking up an incredible 83.8 winning percentage. He has a team-best 114 ground balls and ranks in the top-15 nationally in both face-off percentage and ground balls per game.