May 12, 2004
WORCESTER, Mass. - Holy Cross senior men's lacrosse player Brian Hodgdon (Pittstown, N.J.) was selected to participate in the 2004 Warrior Major League Challenge to be held at Sacred Heart University in Bridgeport, Conn. on June 3rd. The game features the top college seniors in the nation, who participate for an opportunity to play for a Major Lacrosse League team.
Hodgdon, a team captain this season, helped lead the Crusaders to their most wins since 1996 as the squad posted a 5-9 record. He recorded a 11.97 goals against average and a .589 save percentage in his 14 games. Hodgdon recorded 228 saves, the third highest single-season total in school history. He also posted two of the top three individual save performances in the nation this season. Hodgdon recorded 24 saves against both Army and Fairfield.
Hodgdon ranks 18th in the nation in save percentage which is the third best single-season total in school history. His 636 career saves rank second all-time behind Brian Buckley '98, who notched 695 saves. Hodgdon has a 12.40 career goals against average and a 54.5 career save percentage.
The Holy Cross men's lacrosse team finished the year with a record of 5-9 overall, 0-7 in Patriot League play.