Brett McClelland - 2013 Men's Lacrosse


2013 MLAX Bret McClelland
Brett McClelland - Plattsburgh State Men's Lacrosse
Brett McClelland

Class: Senior
Hometown: Oswego, N.Y.
High School: Oswego

2013 (Senior): Named the Cardinals' most valuable player after appearing in all 18 games ... ranked fourth in scoring and led all Cardinal midfielders with 42 points ... received All-SUNYAC Second Team honors ... contributed a team-high 18 assists ... notched four game-winning goals and four man-up goals ... added 33 ground balls and seven caused turnovers ... registered a hat trick against RPI (Feb. 27), Western Connecticut (Match 16) and Clarkson (March 27).

2012 (Junior): Finished third in scoring with 24 goals and eight assists for 32 points ... played in all 18 games ... accumulated 40 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers ... tallied seven multiple-points games ... scored a career-high five goals and six points against Manhattanville (March 10).

2011 (Sophomore): Made 16 appearances in his first year with the Cardinals ... notched 17 goals and seven assists ... grabbed 29 ground balls ... scored three goals and added an assist twice in games against Oswego State and Oneonta State.

Before Plattsburgh: Played one year of Lacrosse at Mercyhurst College in Erie, Pa., compiling six points ... played club lacrosse for Central New York Roadhawks sophomore and junior years of high school ... played four years of hockey and four years of lacrosse at Oswego High School in Oswego, N.Y. ... totaled 50 points in hockey and 228 points in lacrosse in four years ... earned Section 3 Class A All-League honorable mention as a junior and second team as a senior in hockey ... earned Class A second team honors as a freshman and sophomore in lacrosse ... garnered first team accolades as a junior and senior ... all-time leading scorer at Oswego High School.

Personal: Born Brett Michael McClelland on Oct. 4, 1990, in Syracuse, N.Y. ... parents are Daniel and Christine ... history major with a minor in personal training.


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