The Colonials knocked off Wagner in Sunday's conference final
Colonials face Fordham in a Saturday semifinal
Colonials down Wagner at home Saturday
Under new leadership, Colonials aim for MAWPC title
Colonials dominate Mercyhurst to open championship play
Supplied 26 points via 11 goals and 15 assists on GW's push to a MAWPC title and NCAA Tournament berth...Ranked sixth among Colonials with 27 steals and tied for fourth with 10 field blocks...Converted 11 of 25 shots for the season...Scored first goal of the season in a win over Iona (9/8) at the Princeton Invitational...Matched a career high with three goals in a win over Salem International at the Bucknell Invitational...Set a career high with three field blocks in an overtime win at MIT (10/12)...Scored in two of three games at the MAWPC Championship, including a goal in the final win over Wagner (11/19)...Posted an assist and matched a season-high with three steals in the NCAA Tournament matchup with Harvard (11/25).
Scored six goals and had 14 assists for 20 points on the year ... recorded 18 steals and 14 ejections drawn ... had three steals in a win over Fordham (Sept. 24) ... had two goals, a steal, a field block and an ejection drawn in a win over La Salle (Oct. 9) ... had two assists at No. 4 Pacific (Oct. 20) ... had a goal, a steal, and a field block at Johns Hopkins (11/4).
Led GW with 53 steals and ranked second with 46 ejections drawn during his rookie campaign ... Also ranked third on the team with 17 assists and six field blocks, fifth with 40 points and seventh with 23 goals ... Took 76 shots on the year and posted a .303 shot percentage ... Made his collegiate debut against Occidential at the Bruno Classic and recorded a goal, a steal, a field block and an ejection drawn (Sept. 5) ... Recorded four ejections drawn against No. 17 St. Francis-Brooklyn later that day ... Notched his first career hat trick and added two steals and a season-high six ejections drawn against No. 11 Brown the next day (Sept. 6) ... Had two assists and three ejections drawn and won 5-of-6 swim-offs in an overtime loss to Washington & Jefferson at the Bison Invite (Sept. 12) ... Recorded three steals, two ejections drawn and 3-of-3 swim-offs later that day against Mercyhurst ... Tallied two points (1g, 1a), five steals and four ejections drawn at Redlands (Oct. 1) ... Had a goal, three steals and three ejections drawn against Cal Lutheran at the Gary Troyer Memorial Tournament (Oct. 2) ... Recorded a goal and four steals the following day against La Verne (Oct. 3) ... Registered three points (2g, 1a), three steals and four ejections drawn against Navy (Oct. 7) ... Scored a season-high five points on three goals and two assists at Johns Hopkins (Oct. 16) ... Tallied four steals and two ejections drawn at Navy (Oct. 18) ... Recorded three points (2g, 1a), four steals and an ejection drawn at Fordham (Oct. 24) ... Had three points (2g, 1a), three steals and two ejections drawn against Washington & Jefferson at the CWPA Championship (Nov. 21).
Named the 2014 Pennsylvania State Most Valuable Player ... Two-time first-team All-State selection as a junior and senior ... Led the Knights to the 2014 state title match ... Captained both the water polo and swim teams in 2014 ... Held North Penn swimming to back-to-back district titles in 2013-14 and 2014-15 ... Placed third in the 400-free relay at the PIAA AAA State Championship ... Honor roll student.
Brett Andrew Else ... Born June 23, 1997, in Lansdale, Pennsylvania ... Son of Cheryl and Jack Else ... Father was on the swim team at Drexel University and mother was a diver at Westchester University ... Older brother, Jack, was a two-time honorable mention All-American water polo player at Bucknell ... Older sister, Brooke, is on the water polo team at Marist College ... Major is Political Science.
|Goals||3||3x, Last vs. Salem International (9/15/17)|
|Assists||2||3x, Last vs. Washington & Jefferson (11/8/15)|
|Points||5||at Johns Hopkins (10/16/15)|
|Steals||5||at Redlands (10/1/15)|
|Blocks||3||at MIT (10/12/17)|
|Ejections Drawn||6||at #11 Brown (9/6/15)|
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