LILacrossenews.com, Posted 6/11/12
From Press Release
Hofstra senior goalie Andrew Gvozden is one of 74 men’s lacrosse student-athletes, across all three NCAA divisions, who have been named to the 2012 United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) Scholar All-America Team, the USILA announced.
Gvozden, a native of Millersville, Maryland, started all 14 games playing in 861:18, just 3:33 short of the entire season. He recorded an 8.50 goals against average, which ranked third in the Colonial Athletic Association and 12th in Division I. Gvozden also posted a .551 save percentage which ranked third in the CAA and 17th in the country.
A 2011 USILA All-America honorable mention and All-CAA second team selection, Gvozden set a career-high with 150 saves in 2012. He tallied double-digit saves in nine of the 14 games including 17 stops against Fairfield and 14 against NCAA Championship Tournament teams North Carolina and Massachusetts. In 2011, Gvozden led the nation in goals against average with a 6.00 mark and ranked third in Division I in save percentage with a .602.
Gvozden, who graduated from Hofstra with a degree in entrepreneurship last month, is a six-time Dean’s List student and was named to both the Colonial Athletic Association Commissioner’s Academic Award and the Hofstra Athletics Academic Honor Roll in all four years.
During his Hofstra career, Gvozden played in 53 games, posting a 32-17 won-loss record with a 7.82 goals against average and a .562 save percentage.