Photo of Jason Duboe courtesy of Gil Talbot.
Boston Cannons Draft Central
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Midfielder Jason Duboe '10 was chosen in the sixth round with the 33rd pick of the Major League Lacrosse draft by the Boston Cannons Sunday evening. Duboe became the second Harvard player to be selected in the MLL draft, joining John Henry Flood '07 in 2007.
Duboe, who graduated from Harvard last month, was a finalist for the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award this season, while garnering Inside Lacrosse preseason All-America honorable mention status as well as preseason All-Ivy League accolades. In addition, Duboe, who scored 11 goals during his senior season, was a two-time All-Ivy League recipient during his stint in Cambirdge, garnering first-team status in 2008 and second-team honors in 2009.
A native of Long Grove, Ill., Duboe earned two nods to the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association All-New England team and was on the Tewaaraton Trophy Watch List as a junior. An Academic All-Ivy League selection in 2008, Duboe led Harvard with 26 goals and 32 points as a sophomore.
Duboe concluded his collegiate career with 74 points on 60 goals and 14 assists. In his senior season, Duboe helped Harvard knock off then-No. 6 Princeton, the first win for the Crimson over the Tigers since the 1990 campaign. Duboe scored a goal in the victory against Princeton, which came at Harvard Stadium, which is also the home of the Boston Cannons.