Jake Carraway started playing lacrosse at the age of 4 and since then he has never slowed down. After a stellar high school career at St. Mary’s in Annapolis, MD, Carraway took his talents to Georgetown University where he would look to turn around a struggling program. And he succeeded in a major way. Before his arrival, the Hoyas were a dismal 2-12 team with little to look forward to. His senior year, the Hoyas finished the season with a 13-3 record and made it to the NCAA Quarterfinals.
Along the way, Jake became Georgetown’s all-time leader in points and goals, was named a 2021 Tewaaraton Finalist, was the unanimous selection for BIG EAST Attack Player of the year, and he received the Senior CLASS Award.
The Senior CLASS Award is a prestigious award celebrating student-athletes for excellence on and off the field. The award is voted on by Division I coaches and national lacrosse media. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: classroom, community, character, and competition.
In the 2021 PLL Collegiate Draft, Jake was selected 10th overall by the Atlas LC. In his second ever game, Jake scored 4 goals and found himself on Sport Center's Top-10 Plays. Not a bad start!
Jake's hard work on and off the field is what sets him apart in league full of superstars. We could not be more excited to have him on board as an ECD Pro.
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