2010-11 Men's Lacrosse
Donovan Lange
Donovan Lange
No.: 21
Pos.: M
Cl.: So.
Ht.: 6-1
Wt.: 200
Hometown (Last School): Pasadena, Md. (Northeast)
Rosters: 2011-12 Men's Lacrosse
2010-11 Men's Lacrosse
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): Played in 14 games, starting 11…tied for fourth on the team with 14 goals…one of just six players to score in double figures…added six assists for 20 points…only player credited with two game-winning goals…second on the team with 74 shots, trailing only Bobby Stockton…collected 14 ground balls and two caused turnovers…started season with a four-game scoring streak that encompassed six goals and eight points…during that stretch, the midfielder scored twice and added an assist at Mercer (2/23)…twice posted nine shots, capped by a one-goal, two-assist effort versus Siena (4/9)…scored two goals in a must-win MAAC game at VMI (4/24) to help put JU in the conference tournament…scored twice against Air Force, including the game-winner (3/6)…also registered the winning goal in a conference victory over Detroit (3/26).

AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Started all 13 games as a middie …scored 15 goals and added seven assists for 22 points…fired 57 shots…scooped up 19 ground balls and caused two turnovers…logged four multi-goal games, including a hat trick against Mt. St. Mary’s (3/2)…scored two goals against Bellarmine in just his second collegiate game (2/13)…followed that performance with another two-goal output in the following game versus Denver to help the Dolphins to its first victory in program history (2/21)…ended the season with a five-game goal-scoring streak…scored twice against Presbyterian, finishing with three points (4/17).

HIGH SCHOOL: Started four years at Northeast High School for head coach Larry Kramer…as a senior, earned first-team all county…as a junior, received all-America honors season and named first team all-county for the first time.

PERSONAL: Born Nov. 1, 1991 in Baltimore, Md…son of Shelly…mother works as a nurse…proposed major is education and his career plans include being a teacher.