Duvnjak ranks second in the NCAA in caused turnovers per game (Penny Ashford).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard men's lacrosse's Bobby Duvnjak has been named a First-Team Midseason All-American by Inside Lacrosse, the organization announced Thursday.
The senior has anchored the Crimson in the defensive third this season, leading the team in both ground balls (33) and caused turnovers (24) through 10 games. His 2.40 caused turnovers per game ranks second in the nation.
Duvnjak has shown a knack for playing his best against top competition. He collected his season-high five ground balls and caused one turnover against then No. 4/4 Duke. Duvnjak matched that effort with five ground balls against then No. 5/5 Brown, while also causing his season-high five turnovers.
Harvard currently holds a 5-5 overall record, 1-1 in the Ivy League, and is listed as receiving votes in both the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA)/Nike Division I Coaches' Poll and the Cascade/Maverik Media Poll.
The Crimson returns to action Saturday, April 9 when it travels to Cornell for a 3 p.m. faceoff. The game will be broadcast live on the Ivy League Digital Network.