Penn State Men’s Lacrosse’s Grant Ament Named Big Ten Offensive Player Of The Week

Grant Ament received conference offensive player of the week honors for the second consecutive week on Tuesday. The redshirt senior put together a stellar three-goal, five-assist performance in No. 1 Penn State men’s lacrosse’s 19-10 win over Villanova Saturday afternoon.

Ament’s performance was an impressive onslaught in and of itself, but was particularly special as the redshirt senior broke the program’s total points record in the victory over the Wildcats. One of his pair of second-quarter goals was good for a new record of 253 career points in the blue and white.

The Doylestown, PA, native is no stranger to shattering records at Penn State. Ament previously broke Gary Martin’s scoring record last season, as well as the record for most assists in a season by a jaw-dropping margin of 52.

The 5’9″, 165-pound attack will aim to continue his history-making ways when his team takes on Saint Joseph’s at noon this Saturday, February 15 at Panzer Stadium.

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