YORK, Pa. — Reeves Craig made a lasting impression on both the Goucher and Capital Athletic Conference record books during his three years starting in goal for the men's lacrosse program from 2003-05, and he was rewarded for that dominance today with a spot on the CAC Silver Anniversary Men's Lacrosse Team.
The CAC, which accepted Goucher as a member in 1991, is in its 25th year of intercollegiate varsity competition, and to recognize the occasion, it has or will announce a Silver Anniversary Team in 19 championship sports over the course of the 2014-15 academic year. Each Silver Anniversary Team will feature 25 former or current standout student-athletes and the process which determined the make-up of the teams was primarily based on season-ending conference awards as voted by the conference's head coaches.
Craig registered a career save percentage of .669 for the Gophers, a number which continues to rank first all-time in both Goucher and CAC history. As a junior in 2004, he finished second in the nation with a .713 save percentage. Craig was a three-time USILA honorable mention All-American, the first in program history to be recognized at the national level, and a three-time first-team All-CAC goalkeeper.
The 2014 Goucher Hall of Fame inductee finished his career with 709 saves and a 6.95 goals-against average. Both of those totals are currently second-best in school history.
Goucher was a member of the CAC for 16 years before leaving to join the Landmark Conference in 2007. The entire CAC Silver Anniversary Men's Lacrosse Team can be viewed here.