The Denver Outlaws are racking up the player awards.
Following a 17-13 home win over the Boston Cannons, Outlaws’ midfielder Drew Snider picked up Warrior’s Pro of the Week award with his three goal and two assist performance against the Cannons.
— Warrior Lacrosse (@warriorlacrosse) June 1, 2016
The award comes on the heels of attackman Eric Law earning the MLL Offensive Player of the Week for his seven-point performance (five goals, two assists) in the same game.
Snider’s team-leading 21 points is tied fifth in Major League Lacrosse with New York’s Rob Pannell. Snider also has 15 goals to lead the team.
In five seasons with the Outlaws, including 2016, Snider has tallied 118 goals and 158 points. The former Maryland Terrapin was fifth in the MLL in goals last season with 35, with two of those coming in the MLL All-Star game. Snider is also eight on the Outlaws’ all-time list with 46 points in a season (2013).
Denver is 2-3 on the year; they face the New York Lizards in Uniondale on Friday.
(Photo courtesy of DenverOutlaws.com)