CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – University of Vermont men's lacrosse senior Geoff Worley is one of six candidates for the 2012 America East Men's Lacrosse Fans' Choice Player of the Year. Voting will go through noon on Monday, April 30 and the winner will be announced on www.AmericaEast.com later that day.
Worley leads the Catamounts this season with 40 points on 20 goals and 20 assists. His 40 points and 20 assists both rank as the fourth-most in the America East this season. With his four points against Dartmouth on Tuesday, Worley moved into sole possession of sixth place all-time at Vermont in points, as he now has 161 for his career.
The Catamounts wrap up the 2012 regular season on Saturday when they travel to face Hartford starting at 7 p.m. With a win, Vermont would advance to the America East Tournament.
BEFORE VERMONT: Worley played four years of lacrosse and three years of basketball at Coronado High School in Coronado, Calif. … He was named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior … He was named First-Team City Conference and First-Team All-Section in 2007 … He was named team captain and team MVP as a senior … Holds the school record for most goals in a game (8), most assists in a game (9), most points in a game (12) and most points in a season (96).
CatamounTV sat down with Head Coach Ryan Curtis and Senior Geoff Worley to preview the 2012 Vermont Men's Lacrosse season:
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