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Men’s lacrosse National Player of the Week (May 15): Kyle Marr, Johns Hopkins

Kyle Marr, Johns Hopkins, junior

Clifton Park, N.Y., attackman

Senior attackman Shack Stanwick scored the game-winning goal with 29 seconds left in overtime, but the No. 5-seeded Blue Jays’ 10-9 win against Georgetown in Sunday’s NCAA tournament first-round game would not have been possible without Marr. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound attackman scored all five of his team’s fourth-quarter goals in a 10-minute span to turn an 8-4 deficit into a 9-9 tie with 4:03 left in regulation. The five-goal display tied the program record for most goals in an NCAA tournament first-round game shared by Chris Boland (2009), Brandon Benn (2012) and Wells Stanwick (2014). Marr also added two assists to match the second-highest point total of his career, and he leads the offense in both goals (39) and points (55).

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