Sophomore Bryan Huff was selected as a Liberty League Second-Team All-Star.

4 Knights Gain League All-Star Selection

May 6, 2010

Sophomore Bryan Huff (Hillsborough, NJ) led a youthful group of all-stars for the Clarkson University Men's Lacrosse team, as four players were chosen for the post-season Liberty League All-Star squad.

Huff, who was picked as a Liberty League Second-Team All-Star, led Clarkson's attack with 14 goals, finishing second on the team in total points with 22. He also took more shots (56) and had more shots on goal (40) than any other player on the team.

Besides Huff, three players gained Liberty League Honorable Mention All-Star notice. Senior Evan Renwick (Wappingers Falls, NY) closed out his collegiate career with a fine season, leading the team with 47 groundballs, which was 15 more than any other player on Clarkson. He also topped the team in caused turnovers with 16. Freshman goalkeeper Ryan Cole (Orchard Park, NY) had a solid first season on the defensive end with Renwick. Cole started 9 of the 15 games in net, and played in 11 contests, posting a .552 save percentage and 9.43 goals against average. Finally, freshman Matt McCabe (Syracuse, NY) played both midfield and attack for the Knights in 2010 and was chosen for his considerable playmaking abilities. McCabe led the Knights in points (29) and assists (16), ranking sixth in the league in that category during the regular season. He also finished with 13 goals, which was second for Clarkson.

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