NCAA Men’s Lacrosse: Duke Sr. Attackman Ned Crotty Wins 2010 Tewaaraton Trophy As Nation’s Top Lacrosse Player


Duke University senior attackman Ned Crotty was named the recipient of the 2010 Tewaaraton Trophy as the nation’s top men’s lacrosse player. Crotty

Duke attacker Ned Crotty finished the 2010 season as the nation's leader in assists (3.15/gm) and fourth in points (4.3/gm). He amassed 63 assists, breaking the Duke single-season record of 56 previously held by Danowski. His 63 helpers also rank 10th in NCAA single season history. A native of New Vernon, N.J., Crotty led all Division I players with a career-best 86 points to rank sixth in Duke single-season history. Photo courtesy of Duke athletics.

collected the award at a banquet at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.

Crotty is Duke’s second Tewaaraton Trophy winner after Matt Danowski collected the award in 2007. The other finalists included Ken Clausen (Virginia), Kevin Crowley (Stony Brook), Curtis Dickson (Delaware) and Joel White (Syracuse). Crotty also was a finalist in 2009.

A three-time United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) All-America choice, including a two-time first team selection, Crotty recently helped lead the Blue Devils to the 2010 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. In the NCAA Tournament, he totaled a team-high 18 points from six goals and 12 assists. He provided the game-winning assist in the NCAA Semifinal win over Virginia.

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