SMU Announces 2015 Captains

The Southern Methodist University Mustangs have chosen their captains for the 2015 season. This year’s captains are the first group to have played four years under Head Coach Karl Lynch. “We are lucky to have a great group of seniors leading us this year. They have been a part of the growth of the program since I arrived,” said Coach Lynch. “I could not have done it without their leadership and support.”

An Honorable Mention 2015 MCLA All-America LSM, #10 Chad Kehoe (Jacksonville, FL) has been a mainstay of the Mustangs’ stingy defense. Chad earned 1st team All-LSA honors in his first three years as well as being a 2 time MCLA scholar athlete. Chad is optimistic about the season claiming, “The goal is to win the LSA championship and make it to the National Tournament. I’m humbled and excited to be chosen as a captain for this upcoming season. I thing we have the right group of guys to reach our goals this year.”

In 2014, #11 Trey Williams (Atlanta, GA) captained the SMU squad. His reelection as captain is a testament to his leadership and grit.   A two time MCLA Scholar Athlete and a two time All-LSA midfielder, Trey runs regular midfield shifts while also taking the majority of the teams’ face-offs. “It’s an honor to be elected captain for a second year,” said Williams. “I think this team has a lot of potential – we’re hoping to go far this year.”

Rookie of the Year in 2012, #14 Matt Murphy (Dallas, Texas) hopes to put a late season injury in 2014 behind him this season. A two time All-LSA attackman, Matt holds down many of the SMU administrative duties as well being a creative and spirited leader by example on the field. “After four years of playing lacrosse at SMU, I am grateful for the opportunity to lead this team with the three other captains,” explained Murphy. “We each bring something different to the table, but we all want this season to be our year.”

Every team needs energy and optimism, #32 Alex Prince (Jacksonville, FL) brings both every time he touches the field.   An attackman by trade, Alex converted to midfield his sophomore year because the team needed it. His production stayed the same and he helped solidify the depth for the team’s midfield unit. Prince believes “we’re ready to take this program to the next level.”

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