April 27, 1999
NOTRE DAME, Ind. — Chris Dusseau (Columbus, Ohio), who scored a career-high six goals in leading the 13th-ranked Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team to a 9-7 victory at Massachusetts on Saturday, April 24, was named the Great Western Lacrosse League Player of the Week for the second time this season. It is the fourth time this season that an Irish player has earned the honor.
Dusseau, who also was named the league’s player-of-the week following Notre Dame’s win over Hobart in late March, tied the school mark for most goals scored by an Irish player in a road contest. He scored Notre Dame’s first four goals of the contest as the Irish beat the Minutemen for the first time in five outings.
The senior co-captain leads the team in goals scored with 29, tying his single-season career-highs during his freshman and sophomore seasons. Dusseau has led Notre Dame in goals scored in each of his four campaign, and his 111 goals places him third on the all-time career goals scored list. He is tied for eighth in career scoring with 122 career points (111 goals and 11 assists).