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Oosting Named MAAC Offensive Player of the Week

Courtesy: Canisius College Athletics
Release: 04/16/2012
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Senior midfielder Megan Oosting of the Canisius College women's lacrosse team picked up MAAC Offensive Player of the Week accolades after leading the Golden Griffin attack in a pair of games against Colgate and Marist.

Oosting totaled 12 points, seven goals and five assists in the two games, while also adding eight draw controls, six ground balls and one caused turnover. In Tuesday's victory over Colgate, Oosting posted four points and three goals. She then set a career high with eight points against the Red Foxes, netting four goals to go along with a personal-best four assists.

During her senior campaign, Oosting leads the Griffs with 40 goals and 51 draw controls, while also adding seven assists for 47 points, 25 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers. She leads all players in the MAAC and ranks 11th nationally with 3.33 goals per game, while placing first in the conference and 16th in the country with 4.25 draw controls per game.

In her four-year career, Oosting has amassed 166 points, 136 goals and 30 assists. She currently ranks third in the program's history with her 136 career goals and is just four shy of the school's all-time record. Oosting also owns the program's standard with 182 career draw controls, while ranking fourth in career points.

The weekly accolade is the third for Oosting in her career and her second this season.

Oosting and the Griffs return to action on Wednesday, hosting local rival Niagara. First draw at the Demske Sports Complex is set for 7 p.m.

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