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J.D. Recor
Player Profile:
J.D. Recor 1557538
Position: Attack
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 160
Year: Senior
Hometown: Lancaster, NY
High School: Bishop Timon St. Jude

Taken in the ninth round, 79th overall, by the New York Lizards in the 2017 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft on May 28, 2017.

In the Record Book: All-time career assists leader for Marist and the MAAC (131). Currently ranks second in career points (222)... Ranks fourth in single-season points (72; 2015). Third (43; 2015) and tied for eighth (31; 2014 and 2017) in single-season assists... Tied his own record for seventh place in single-game points with eight at Manhattan on April 18, 2015. Had also notched eight points vs. Quinnipiac on March 22, 2014. Tied his own record for ninth place in single-game assists with five at Stony Brook on April 12, 2016. Also had five assists vs. Marquette on March 1, 2014, at Manhattan on April 18, 2015, at Stony Brook on April 12, 2016, and at Binghamton on February 25, 2017.  

2017: USILA Scholar All-American, USILA All-Star, All-MAAC Second Team, Inside Lacrosse Preseason All-American Honorable Mention, Senior CLASS Award Finalist, 2x MAAC Offensive Player of the Week (2/13, 2/27)... Had a hat trick to lead the North over the South, 22-14, in the USILA All-Star Game... Ranked 15th in the nation with 1.94 assists per game... Concluded his career as the NCAA active leader with 131 assists and finished fourth among active players averaging 2.05 assists per game for his career. 

2017 Game By Game

2016: All-MAAC First Team, MAAC Offensive Player of the Week (3/28)... Played in 15 games, registering a point in all of them... Racked up three or more points on 11 separate occasions... Scooped up a season high three ground balls in the season opener vs. Air Force on Feb. 20... Posted five assists to tie for ninth highest in a single game at Stony Brook on April 12... Picked up his 100th career assist when he fed Thomas Rago for the game-winning goal in an 8-7 win against no. 3 Monmouth in the MAAC semifinals on May 5... Scored two goals in the MAAC Championship game at Quinnipiac on May 7... Finished 24th in the country in assists per game (1.73) and shot percentage (.415).

2016 Game By Game 

2015: All-MAAC Second Team... Finished seventh in the nation in assists per game, averaging 2.39... Started all 18 games, leading Marist with 43 assists and finishing second with 72 points... Had seven hat tricks, five of which came in a row from April 11- May 2... Netted four game-winning goals, including three contests in a row; two of the four game winners came in the postseason: April 18 at Manhattan, April 25 vs. Siena, April 30 vs. Monmouth, and May 6 vs. Bryant... Tied his career high with eight points on five assists and three goals at Manhattan on April 18... Notched his 100th career point in the regular season finale against Siena on April 25 playing in just his 29th career game ... Tied his career high with six ground balls and fired a season-high seven shots in the MAAC semifinal game vs. Monmouth on April 30... Ended the season ranked second among active players in career assists per game, averaging 2.24.

2015 Game By Game

2014: All-MAAC Second Team, MAAC All-Rookie Team, 4x MAAC Rookie of the Week (3/3, 3/24, 3/31, 4/28)... Appeared in and started all 15 games for the Red Foxes... Finished the season first on the team with 48 points... Had a team fifth-best 17 goals and a team-high 31 assists, tied for seventh in program history for assists in a single season... Had a career-high eight points against Quinnipiac on a career-high four goals and four assists, tied for seventh in program history for points in a single game... Had a career-high five assists on March 1 against Marquette, tied for ninth in program history for assists in a single game... Attempted 48 shots with 29 on goal... Collected 22 ground balls, including a career-high four Feb. 14 against Stony Brook... Scored the game-winning goal in Marist's 11-9 comeback victory over Detroit in the MAAC Semifinals... Finished the season ranked second in the MAAC for assists per game (2.07) and third for points per game (3.2)... Led all freshmen in the nation in assists and ranked 11th nationally in assists per game.

2014 Game By Game

Prior to Marist: Recor comes to Marist following an incredible senior season, scoring 59 goals and 76 assists for a total of 135 points. He was named a US Lacrosse High School All-American, First Team All-WNY, and First Team All-Catholic. Recor had an exceptional junior season, leading Bishop Timon St. Jude with 72 goals and 65 assists for a total of 137 points. He led his team to the 2012 and 2013 NYS CHSAA Class AA state Championship. Recor was named Second Team All-WNY in 2012 as well as First Team All-Catholic. In 2011, Recor was named Second Team All-WNY and All-Conference after scoring 48 goals and 36 assists for a total of 82 points. During his freshman year in 2010 he was a varsity starter, earning All-Conference Honors by posting 26 goals and 30 assists for a total of 56 points. He was an honor roll student in 2011 and 2013 and his father was a three time All-American wrestler at SUNY Brockport.

Career Highs

Points 8 2x, MR at Manhattan, 4/18/15
Goals 5 at Colgate, 2/11/17
Assists 5 4x, MR at Binghamton, 2/25/17 
Shots 10 2x, MR at Colgate, 2/11/17
Ground Balls 6 2x, MR vs. Monmouth, 4/30/15
Caused Turnovers 1 6x, MR at Quinnipiac, 4/8/17

J.D Recor's Career Statistics

Year GP GS Goals Assists Points Shots SOG UP GWG GB CT FO: W-L PEN-Min

2014

15

15

17

31

48

44

29

0

1

22

1

0-0

0-0.0

2015

18

18

29

43

72

68

46

1

4

30

2

0-0

4-3.5

2016

15

15

27

26

53

65

38

4

1

16

2

0-0

1-0.5

2017

16

16

18

31

49

68

43

3

1

17

1

0-0

0-0.0

Total

64

64

91

131

222

245

156

8

7

85

6

0-0

5-4.0

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