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34 Joseph Radin

Became the first MLL Collegiate Draft choice in Marist Lacrosse history when he was selected in the sixth round, 45th overall, by the Charlotte Hounds on January 22, 2016. Selected in the 10th round, 88th overall, by the New York Lizards in the MLL Supplemental Draft on December 14, 2016.

In the Record Book: All-time scoring leader (166)... Broke the MAAC single season record with 55 goals in 2015... Surpassed the old mark of 52 set in 2005 when the Red Foxes played Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... Currently ranks third in career points (213)... Had the second highest goal total (51) and 10th highest point total (60) in a single season for Marist in 2016. Had the third highest points (73) and most goals (55) in a single season for Marist in 2015. Tied for seventh for points in a single game, compiling eight at Manhattan on April 18, 2015. Tied for third in program history for goals in a single game, scoring seven in the same contest and against Binghamton on February 27, 2016.   

2016: Tewaaraton Award Watch List, Senior CLASS Award Finalist, Senior CLASS Award First Team All-American, All-ECAC Second Team, MAAC All-Tournament Team, MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, All-MAAC First Team, USILA Scholar All-American, 2x MAAC Offensive Player of the Week (2/22, 2/29), Yeardley Reynolds Love Unsung Hero Award Finalist... Became one of 50 NCAA men's lacrosse players in the nation named to the initial Tewaaraton Award Watch List on Feb. 23... Became the all-time leading scorer at Marist when he scored his 146th career goal at Siena on April 9. Surpassed Paul Donohue, who had held the record since 2002... Scored three or more goals in 12 of the 16 games he played in, netting the game-winners at Siena on April 9 and NJIT on April 23. Also posted three or more points in every game he played... Scored seven goals, including three on the man up, in Marist's first win of the season vs. Binghamton on Feb. 27 to tie for third most in a single game in program history... Fired a career-high 18 shots (13 on goal) and tied a career best with five ground balls at Stony Brook on April 12... Had eight points on six goals and two assists in a pair of MAAC Tournament contests... Marist's leading scorer with 51 goals and 60 points... Led the MAAC with 3.75 points per game... Ranked fifth in the nation in goals per game (3.19) and fourth in man up goals (10)... Finished third in fan voting before ending up a First Team All-American for the Senior CLASS Award... Scored four goals on nine shots, five of which came on goal, as an All-Star for the North in the USILA All-Star Game to cap his collegiate career... Ended his collegiate playing days with the longest active scoring streak in the country (32 games) and was fifth in career points (213) and second in career goals (166) among active players when the 2016 season concluded.

2016 Game-by-Game

2015: MAAC All-Tournament Team, MAAC Offensive Player of the Year, All-MAAC First TeamMAAC Offensive Player of the Week (3/16)... Broke the MAAC single season record with 55 goals in 2015... Surpassed the old mark of 52 set in 2005 when the Red Foxes played Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA Tournament... Started all 18 games at attack, scoring three or more goals in 12 of those contests... Had a goal in all but one game (at Binghamton on Feb. 22)... Fired double-digit shots six times... Scored 55 goals to set a new Marist single-season record...Scored six goals, all coming consecutively, at Penn State on March 10... Scored four game-winning goals at home (Monmouth 3/14, Detroit 4/4, NJIT 4/11, Quinnipiac 5/2)... Notched his 100th career point at Canisius on March 21... Had a career-high four assists at Quinnipiac on March 28... Netted a career-high seven goals and racked up eight points at Manhattan on April 18... Caused a career-high two turnovers and collected a season-high four ground balls in the MAAC semifinal vs. Monmouth on April 30... Ranked third in the nation in man up goals (11), ninth in goals per game (3.06) and 20th in points per game (4.06).

2015 Game-by-Game

2014: All-MAAC First Team... Appeared in and started all 15 games for Marist this season... Finished the year with 46 points, best for second on the team... Radin had a team-high 38 goals, tied for 10th in program history for goals in a single season, alongside eight assists... Had a career-high six goals March 1 against Marquette, tied for eighth in program history for goals in a single game... Collected 30 ground balls, good for sixth on the team, including a season-high five on April 5 against Detroit... Caused three turnovers... Had a career-high seven points March 1 against Marquette with six goals and one assist... Scored two game-winning goals; March 1 against Marquette and April 26 against Canisius... Attempted 104 shots, with 70 on goal... Finished the season ranked second in the MAAC for goals per game (2.53) and fifth for points per game (3.07).

2014 Game-by-Game

2013: MAAC Rookie of the Year, 5x MAAC Rookie of the Week (3/5, 3/25, 4/1, 4/15, 4/29)... Started in all 14 games as a freshman… Earned Rookie of the Week honors five times… Finished second on the Red Foxes with 22 goals, while finishing third with 34 points and tied for second with 12 assists… Secured 30 ground balls and caused five turnovers… Totaled six points, while scoring four goals March 23 vs. Canisus… Scored multiple goals in eight different games… Collected four ground balls on three occasions.

2013 Game-by-Game

Prior to Marist: Radin scored 51 goals and dished out 31 assists in his senior season at Long Beach High School. He was a member of the All-Conference Team as a sophomore and selected to the All-Country team after his junior and senior seasons. For his career, Radin registered over 200 points, scoring 146 goals and assisting on 72 others. A member of the Nassau County Showcase Team, Radin has also played hockey, football, and soccer. He is a member of the National Honor Society and an Honor Roll student.

Career Highs

Points 8 at Manhattan, 4/18/15
Goals 7 2x, MR vs. Binghamton, 2/27/16
Assists 4 at Quinnipiac, 3/28/15
Shots 18 at Stony Brook, 4/12/16
Ground Balls 5 3x, MR at Stony Brook, 4/12/16 
Caused Turnovers 2 vs. Monmouth, 4/30/15

Joseph Radin's Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG UP GWG GB CT PEN-Min














2014 15 15 38 8 46 104 70 1 2 30 3 1-1.0
2015 18 18 55 18 73 155 102 11 4 30 7 2-2.0
2016 16 16 51 9 60 164 110 10 2 25 4 2-2.0
Total 63 63 166 47 213 494 330 23 8 115 19 7-6.5
Position: Attack
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Long Beach, NY
High School: Long Beach
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