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Wesley Janeck
Player Profile:
Wesley Janeck 2538341
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'9"
Weight: 177
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Lake Forest, Ill.
High School: Lake Forest

JANECK'S HONOR ROLL
Academic All-Big Ten (2017)

As a sophomore (2017): Appeared in 16 games at short stick midfield for 2017 National Champions ... totaled 19 ground balls ... had a ground ball at #11 Navy (2/11) ... picked up career-high four ground balls at St. Joseph's (2/14) ... had a pair of ground balls vs. High Point (2/18) ... notched two ground balls vs. #8 Yale (2/25) ... had a ground ball vs. Villanova (3/18) ... had three ground balls vs. #1 Penn State (4/8) ... had a ground ball at #5 Albany (4/12) ... tallied three ground balls at #11 Rutgers (4/16) ... had a ground ball and caused a turnover #4 Albany (5/21).

As a freshman (2016): Appeared in all 20 games at short stick midfield, totaling 23 ground balls ... made collegiate debut against High Point (2/20), picking up a pair of ground balls ... picked up two ground balls vs. #1 Notre Dame ... scooped two ground balls vs. #10 Albany (3/16) ... had a ground ball vs. #12 UNC (3/26) and at Michigan (4/2) ... had a ground ball vs. #18 Rutgers (4/16) ... had a ground ball vs. #10 Navy (4/19) and Ohio State (4/24) ... had two ground balls in Big Ten Tournament semifinals vs. #18 Penn State (5/5) ... totaled career-high three gound balls in Big Ten Tournament finals vs. #17 Rutgers (5/7) ... picked up a ground ball and helped hold #4 Syracuse (5/21) six goals below it season average in NCAA Quarterfinals ... matched career-high with three ground balls in NCAA Semis vs. #5 Brown (5/28) ... also had three ground balls in NCAA Championship vs. UNC (5/30).

Before Maryland: A four-year letterwinner at Lake Forest HS … a 2015 NILCA All-American … also an all-conference running back in football, totaling 1,500 yards and 30 touchdowns.

Personal: Full name is Wesley Thomas Janeck … parents are Mark and Teresa Janeck … has three siblings, Alex, Jennifer and Chris … a member of the National Honors Society and four-time Honor Roll member.

Reason for coming to Maryland: The excellent academics and lacrosse program, and for a chance to experience the East Coast.

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