LANCASTER, Pa. – For the second time this season and sixth time in his career, Leonardo Torres was named Atlantic East Player of the Week as the conference announced the awards on Monday.
Torres broke Marymount's record for career goals last Saturday after posting a pair of hat tricks in a 2-0 week for the Saints. He now has 29 goals in just 35 career appearances, breaking the record held by Justin Kessler since 2005. The three-goal games were the first hat tricks of Torres' career.
Here's a look at the incredible stat line for the sophomore in just two games:
- Six goals
- Three assists
- 15 points
In addition to the all-time goals record, Torres also broke the program's all-time points record on Saturday with 70 points, breaking Kessler's mark once again.
Marymount heads into the final three games of conference play in third place with a 2-1 mark in AEC action and the top of the table in view. The Saints will travel to face unbeaten Neumann (3-0) on Wednesday before hosting Cabrini (3-1) on Saturday.