Otto is a captain and goalkeeper from Westlake, Ohio. In the fourth game of the 2018 season, Bohan earned the starting nod and excelled ever since, as he helped guide the Cardinals to a National Championship as a sophomore. He was named an All-American Honorable Mention that year and followed up with a Third Team All-American honor as a junior. Heading into the 2020 season, Otto was tabbed a Second Team Preseason All-American by the USILA and was just one of two goalies in Division III to earn the preseason praise. Last summer, Otto completed an internship in Global Brokerage Sales at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., and he has played an active role in the program’s partnership with Team IMPACT. Otto will conclude his career with an 8.82 goals-against average, 56.3 save percentage, and a 33-7 (0.825) overall record.
Tom is a captain and defender from Manhasset, N.Y. A consistent starter for most of his career, Tom has played in 56 total games while racking up 94 ground balls and causing 41 turnovers. He also excelled in the classroom and was named to the Dean’s List (2017), the NESCAC All-Academic Team (2018), and was named a Scholar Athlete last year. Tom studied abroad in Paris in the fall of 2018 and was a member of several clubs at Wesleyan – Consulting Pathways, Wesleyan Investment Group, and the Computer Science Club. He has also completed several internships as a New York Life Investment Consulting Intern, a Pfizer Customer Analytics Intern, and a Far Hills Group Winter Intern.
Griffin is a midfielder from Carmel, California. He was very active on campus and was a member of the Wesleyan Magic Club, the Consulting Pathways Club, and was on the Senior Class Gift Committee while also participating in the Stuff a Cruiser Holiday Toy Drive. Griffin completed an internship at Verisk Financial and was named to the Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society of Economics. He was also a member of the Swedish National Lacrosse Team.
Colin is a captain and defender from Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. An anchor on the defensive end, Colin made an immediate impact on the program and played in 57 games while starting 48. As a junior, he was named an All-American Honorable Mention and a Second Team All-NESCAC selection. For his career, he has 147 ground balls and 90 caused turnovers, including a conference-high 41 a year ago. Off the field, Colin joined the Wesleyan Magic Club and is a Computer Science major with a minor in Data Analysis. He completed internships at the NYU Langone Orthopedic Hospital, Medtel.com, and SportsRecruits. Colin also studied abroad at Queen Mary University in London.
Tom is an attackman from Rockville Centre, N.Y. He was enjoying a breakout senior season in which he concluded the year ranked second in the NESCAC in goals (15) and led the team in both goals and points (19). Tom is Head of the Team IMPACT Leadership Committee and interned at the New York Life Insurance Company.
Mitchell is a defender from Branford, Conn. At 6-5, Mitchell is a presence defensively for the Cardinals and played in 35 career games. He also excels academically and was named to the NESCAC All-Academic Team both years of eligibility while maintaining a 3.94 GPA or higher. He studied abroad in Budapest, Hungary during the fall of his junior year and completed internships as a Software Developer at DocuWare Corporation and as a Systems Intern at Brown Brothers Harriman. Mitchell also volunteered at Macdonough Elementary School and was a member of the Wesleyan Magic Club.
“Mitch began his senior year as a starter and had some tremendous games in the short season of 2020 after finding his way on the field as mainly a man-down specialist in 2018 and 2019 mixing in as our fourth defenseman. One of the hardest working players on our team in terms of his conditioning and athleticism, Mitch always led the way for our team in putting in work outside of the lacrosse field. An intimidating force on the field, Mitch always brought a great effort to any practice or game and we thank him for his efforts with our team in his time at Wesleyan.” | Associate Head Coach Will Pilat
Hunter is a defender from Farmington, Conn. He is a member of the Road to Finance Leader club and studied abroad at the London School of Economics and the Imperial College Business School. Hunter also interned at Morgan Stanley in Acquisition Finance.
"Hunter is a great example of a team-first player. Rarely missing a practice, he always would come to work and better our team, as well as working on improving his own game. Often asking the coaches and players around him what he could be doing to help or get better, this attitude was infectious to all those who got to be around Hunter. Constantly supporting our team members in a positive way has gone a long way in who he is as a teammate, let alone his abilities as a defender on our team.” | Associate Head Coach Will Pilat
Owen is a midfielder from Ipswich, Mass. Owen volunteered at the Macdonough School, was head of the Road to Finance club, and was also a member of the Wesleyan Magic Club. He has excelled academically, earning NESCAC All-Academic laurels and was head of Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics Honors Society). Owen was also a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon and was an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at the Jefferies Group.
"Owen was certainly coming into his own finding success on the defensive end of the field as a D-mid for our team beginning at the end of 2019 and moving into 2020. Owen began his career on the offensive end as a midfielder, and took time to learn our defensive schemes and switch ends of the field where he ultimately was finding great success this year as a tough player also capable of pushing transition and getting groundballs off of the wing. We will miss Owen’s love of lacrosse and his teammates.” | Associate Head Coach Will Pilat
Zach is a faceoff specialist from Glastonbury, Conn. He is another senior that made an immediate impact on the program since joining as a freshman in 2017. He has played in 64 games with 338 career ground balls while winning 592 faceoffs. Zach is also very involved on campus, in which he organized a community toy drive with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), the Middletown Fire Department and Middletown Community, and volunteered with recess at Macdonough School. He is the Vice President of SAAC, a member of the Magic Club, and is on the Title IX Leadership Council. Zach is also a two-time NESCAC All-Academic Team honoree, a Teacher’s Apprentice in the Psychology Department, and a Community Advisor in Residential Life.
“Zach is a warrior. The greatest person you will meet off the lacrosse field, and once a game starts he flips a switch and becomes relentless in the aspect of hunting down a loose ball off of a face-off. Zach was a 4-year face-off man for Wesleyan, racking up 338 groundballs in his time as a Cardinal, he always gave it his all every day on the field. Often challenged against some of the top face-off men in the country in our league, he never backed down and made every game a dog-fight to give our team a chance to win the ball, even creating some offense on his own as he was always a threat to the goal. We will miss how hard Zach works.” | Associate Head Coach Will Pilat