When you’re hot, you’re hot.
Jules Heningburg had a monster game against Syracuse over the weekend, and for that he was named National Player of the Week by US Lacrosse Magazine.
Today, he added to the list of accolades as he was named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week.
And then, after we originally posted this, he got still another recognition.
In the 14-10 victory over Syracuse, Heningnurg had the game winner but that was just the icing on the cake. He scored 6 goals and dishing out 2 assists, putting in two goals during a Rutgers 7-0 run.
Heningburg, the senior out of Seton Hall Prep, has 42 points on the season off of 22 goals and 20 assists.
No. 11 Rutgers (6-2) hosts Delaware (3-4) at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
On the topic of awards....
.@AlphaLacrosse Player of the Week voting is now open. Vote for your top performer now! ⬇️@LoyolaMLAX Pat Spencer (4G, 8A vs Navy)@UAlbanyMLax Connor Fields (4G, 6A vs Vermont)@NDlacrosse John Sexton (8GB, 5CT vs Virginia)@RUmlax Christian Mazzone (3G, 1A, 6GBs vs Cuse)— Inside Lacrosse (@Inside_Lacrosse) March 20, 2018