NACC Releases All- Conference in Men’s Lacrosse

MILWAUKEE – Four student-athletes from Marian University men’s lacrosse have been named all-conference.

Senior Nick Klotz (Farmington, Minn.) closes out an incredible career with a second-team selection, the fourth all-conference honor of his career.  Klotz led the Sabre offense all season long and finished third in the NACC with 36 assists and fourth in the conference with 70 total points.  He recorded at least five points in seven of 15 games with a season-high nine points coming in a win over North Central (Minn.).  In that victory he scored twice with seven assists.  His season-high of five goals came in a defeat at Oglethorpe.  Klotz closes out his career with 125 goals, 16 with a man-advantage, 95 assists, and 220 total points.

Senior Casey Dare (Stevensville, Md.) had one of the best seasons in program history in the faceoff circle to earn his first all-conference selection, a honorable mention nod.  Dare ranked fourth in the NACC this season with 131 wins in the faceoff circle with his win percentage of 57.2-percent setting a program record for a single season.  He also set a program record for ground balls in a single season recording 104, good for third in the conference rankings.  Dare closes out his Sabre career as the all-time leader for faceoff percentage at 55.2-percent and second in program history with 158 faceoff victories.  He also grabbed 171 ground balls and 29 caused turnovers.

Senior Jackson Allsop (Brookfield, Wis.) earns honorable mention honors from the NACC after one of his better offensive seasons.  Allsop scored six goals and had just as many helpers to finish the season with 12 points.  He also had 22 ground balls on the year and recorded a career-best nine caused turnovers.  In the faceoff circle, he won 45 draws to give him 145 on his career, good for third in the all-time records.  Allsop also closes out his career with 20 goals and 12 assists for 32 total points.

Freshman Ben Martin (Taneytown, Md.) had a strong first season at Marian anchoring the defense to earn All-NACC honorable mention recognition.  Martin finished fourth in the NACC with 30 caused turnovers on the season and was fifth in the conference with 90 ground balls.  He had at least three ground balls in every game this season with a season-high 10 coming against Illinois Tech.  Martin then had eight games with multiple caused turnovers with a season-high five coming on the road at Edgewood.  He earned one NACC Player of the Week award after grabbing nine ground balls with three caused turnovers in a win over Concordia Chicago.

The full all-conference lists from the NACC can be found at