Men's Lacrosse

Joe Ednie   19
Joe Ednie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Baldwin, N.Y.

High School:
Baldwin

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 182

Position:
Defense


04/07/2012

Saints Rout Detroit, Win Sixth Straight

Nine Unanswered Goals Lead to Win

05/14/2013

Men's Lacrosse MAAC Championship (5/5/13)

Men's Lacrosse MAAC Championship (5/5/13)

04/23/2013

Men's Lacrosse at Marist (4/20/13)

Men's Lacrosse at Marist (4/20/13)

04/11/2013

Men's Lacrosse at Canisius (4/6/13)

Men's Lacrosse at Canisius (4/6/13)

03/26/2013

Siena Lacrosse at Providence (3/23/13)

Siena Lacrosse at Providence (3/23/13)

03/12/2013

Siena Lacrosse vs. Hartford (3/12/13)

Siena Lacrosse at Hartford (3/12/13)

2012: Saw action in all 16 games...Ranked second on the team in both groundballs (41) and caused turnovers (16)...Added two assists...Picked up career-high seven groundballs in win over Jacksonville (3/31)...Caused a career-high four turnovers and added five groundballs in win against Detroit (4/7).

2011: Played in 17 of 18 games...Recorded first two career points, picking up assists vs. Manhattan (4/16) and in the MAAC Semifinals vs. Jacksonville (5/6)...Led all reserves with 26 groundballs and added 11 caused turnovers...Picked up career-high five groundballs vs. Manhattan (4/16)...Caused two turnovers three times including the MAAC Championship Game vs. Detroit (5/8).

2010: Played in five games...Had two ground balls against Wagner (4/10).

BEFORE SIENA: Five year starter for varsity lacrosse in high school...Earned nomination for All-County/All-American in lacrosse...Two year captain in lacrosse... Three year starter for varsity football...Earned All-County in Football...Earned two letters for basketball...Defensive MVP in 2007 County Championship for football.

PERSONAL: Born December 2, 1990...The son of Joseph and Maura Ednie...Chose Siena because it is a small school with a growing lacrosse program...Also felt a sense of pride on campus.

EDNIE'S CAREER STATS

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