Hudak, Kemp, Molloy and Tulett Named To All-New England Lacrosse Team

Hudak, Kemp, Molloy and Tulett Named To All-New England Lacrosse Team

NEWTON, Mass. – With the 2017 men's lacrosse seasons nearing their championship weekends, the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (NEILA) is honored to announce its 2017 All-New England Teams.  Four Brown standouts earned First Team All-New England honors including attackman Dylan Molloy '17 (Setauket, NY), LSM Larken Kemp '17 (Greenwich, CT), defenseman Alec Tulett '17 (Toronto, Canada) and midfielder Stephen Hudak '18 (Rydal, PA).

The 2016 Tewaaraton Award recipient as the nation's top player, Molloy's 197 career goals are a Brown record and rank third in NCAA Lacrosse history.  His 318 career points are sixth in the NCAA record book and a Brown all-time record. He's also a two-time Ivy League and New England Player of the Year and an Academic All-American. A three-time First Team All-Ivy and All-New England selection, Molloy is the nation's third-leading scorer with 3.14 goals per game, and is eighth nationally with 5.07 points per game.

Tulett is now a two-time First Team All-Ivy and All-New England selection, who was named to the 2017 Tewaaraton Award Watch List. His 32 career points rank seventh in NCAA all-time long pole scoring. A Second Team All-American in 2016, Tulett excelled against Dartmouth, causing five turnovers and picking up four ground balls, and had two assists in Brown's win over #20 Providence.

The dominant long stick middy in the nation, Kemp is a two-time First Team All-American.  His 56 career points (26 goals, 30 assists) rank second nationally in all-time long pole scoring. Kemp, who scored eight goals and handed out nine assists in 2017, led the Bears and ranked 15th nationally with 1.69 caused turnovers per game. His 119 career caused turnovers rank seventh in NCAA history, while his 4.81 ground balls per game rank 30th nationally.

Hudak had a breakout season for the Bears and was Brown's leading scorer from the midfield with 34 goals and nine assists for 43 points. He scored a career-high five goals in Brown's Ivy League Tournament Semifinal win over #19 Princeton. Hudak had a big game against Dartmouth with four goals and scored three goals in consecutive games vs. Rutgers, Villanova, Harvard and Holy Cross.