LaxDraft LaxStat of the Week:

Rochester Rattlers attackman Jordan Wolf’s four points are the LaxDraft LaxStat for Week 11. Although the Rattlers fell to the Bayhawks, 19-9 on Sunday, Wolf was an integral player for the team’s momentum at the outset of the game. Wolf displayed an impressive performance assisting the first goal of the game as well as both Kyle Denhoff and Jordan MacIntosh’s goals only thirty seconds apart. Wolf then netted his own unassisted goal a little over a minute later to give the Rattlers a five goal lead and consecutive run in the first quarter.

 

The Duke University product was selected as the second-overall draft pick by Rochester in the 2014 MLL Draft and has been a successful player for the team ever since. In his first season as a professional, Wolf was ranked second on the team with 33 points while only playing half the amount of games. He has continued to be a leader in goals and points for the Rattlers for the past three seasons with 61 points (37 goals, 24 assists) in 2015 and 48 points (34 goals, 14 assists) in 2016. With many more games to go this season, Wolf maintains his lead with 34 points (21 goals, 13 assists) while also being tied with Ohio Machine’s Jake Bernhardt as the seventh leading scorer in MLL.

 

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