NCAA Lacrosse: Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Junior Middie Tom Schreiber Named 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist; All-Time Leading Scorer (169) Among Midfielders For Tigers Win One Season To Go

Princeton Men's Lacrosse Middie Tom Schreiber 2013 Tewaaraton Finalist

To watch the Princeton men’s lacrosse team is to find No. 22 and never look away, because the potential for something spectacular to happen in the blink of an eye is always there.
Tom Schreiber, No. 22, has already cemented his place among the all-time greats at Princeton and among the very, very elite among current Division I players.
For proof, there is the list of the final five candidates for the Tewaaraton Trophy, awarded to the most outstanding player in college lacrosse. Schreiber, a junior midfielder for the Tigers, is joined by Cornell’s Rob Pannell, North Carolina’s Marcus Holman, Albany’s Lyle Thompson and Syracuse’s JoJo Marasco.
The 13th annual Tewaaraton Award Ceremony will be held May 30 at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC. The reception begins at 6:30 pm and the ceremony to announce the men’s and women’s winners will start at 8 pm.
Schreiber, a unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection and a 2012 first-team All-America, led Princeton in scoring for the third straight year with 60 points on 28 goals and 32 assists. With a full season to play he is already the all-time leading scorer among Princeton midfielders with 169 career points.
Schreiber’s 76 career goals and 73 career assists make him the only midfielder in program history and one of five players overall with at least 70 of each.

Tewaaraton Trophy Award

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