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May 24, 2021

Pro Lacrosse Player, Reece Eddy, on Staying Motivated and Transferring to BU

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Reece Eddy is a former Boston University LSM player and team captain in 2020. He was honored as an Inside Lacrosse All-American and earned Patriot League Defensive Player of the week in March 2019. He appeared in every game junior and senior year following his transfer from Canisius, where he also played in every game. At Canisius, he was a 2018 Second Team All-MAAC selection after setting a program record with 28 caused turnovers, which ranked him 15th in the nation in caused turnovers per game (1.65). Reece also led the squad in ground balls in 2018 (83) and 2017 (50). In Eddy’s senior year, he tied for second in the country in caused turnovers per game (2.67) and tied for third in the NCAA with 16 caused turnovers (over 7 games). Moving onto ground balls again, he Averaged 5.17 ground balls per game, which ranked second among NCAA defenders. Following his career at BU, Eddy was drafted into the MLL and the PLL but decided to embark on his professional journey with the Chrome of the PLL, who drafted him 9th overall. Eddy stands at 5’11” 175lbs.