U PENN GOALIE REED JUNKIN – LAXMEDALS.COM WEEK 2 NCAA MENS LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK.

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February 25, 2018. The Laxmedals.com Week 2 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Player of the week is University of Penn Goalie, Reed Junkin. Penn upended #1 Duke 10-9 at at Franklin Field.

Junkin, a sophomore from Wayland, Mass.(Belmont Hill H.S.) held the team on a solid footing in the first half commanding the net while under a constant Duke offensive blitz. Reed is credited with making some spectacular game-changing saves to keep Penn alive until the Penn offense warmed up and took the game lead late in the 4th. Junkin and the Penn defense held the #1 Duke offense scoreless during a 9 minute stretch in the 4th to seal the win. Penn Lacrosse and Reed Junkin have the medal of a lacrosse champion!

Each week Laxmedals.com will send the player of the week this trademarked Laxmedals medallion with game date and stats printed on reverse.

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