COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College men's lacrosse senior Mark Yetter (Skillman, N.J./Montgomery/Delaware) landed his first career postseason honor this week, earning a spot on the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (NEILA) All-New England second team.
Yetter was one of six attackmen from around the region to be recognized, and was among three second teamers. His selection now gives Saint Michael's 15 all-region picks in six years.
A team captain, Yetter finished the season with team highs of 27 goals and 49 points, taking seventh in the Northeast-10 Conference in points per game and eighth in assists per game. Among all players in the NCAA North Region, Yetter is 13th in assists per game and 14th in points per game, and he is one of just three players with 20 goals, 20 assists and 35 ground balls, having scooped a team-high and career-high 39 as a senior.
Yetter ended his two-year Saint Michael's career with 91 points in 28 games and finished a three-year college career with 108 points in 43 contests, having notched 17 points in 15 games as a first-year at Division I University of Delaware in 2012. He is tied for 23rd at the College in career points and tied for 25th in goals (50). Yetter's 22 assists this spring tied for the eighth-highest total in program history, and his 49 points tied for ninth. On his final touch as a collegian, he scored in the second overtime at The College of Saint Rose on April 30 to cap the second-longest game in program history and give Saint Michael's a 9-8 victory.