For most college athletes, playing beyond their school’s season is unheard of.
The same cannot be said about Ohio State’s incoming senior lacrosse midfielder Jesse King.
Following a junior season which saw him named a third team All-American and a Tewaaraton Award nominee, King can now add another accolade to that list: Federation of International Lacrosse World Lacrosse champion.
Two weeks ago, Canada avenged its pool-play loss to the United States by shutting down the Stars and Stripes, 8-5, to win its third ever gold medal at the World Championships. Canada also won the event in 2006 and 1978.
King, a native of Victoria, British Columbia, where he attended Claremont… Read more