LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Garrett Wohlford became the first Concordia Wisconsin Men's Lacrosse player to receive the highest honor the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) gives, as he was named All-America Honorable Mention on Thursday.
The senior goalkeeper is considered the greatest player to compete for the Falcons, as he was a four-time Midwest Lacrosse Conference Defensive Player of the Year, four-time All-MLC First Team honoree and earned MLC Defensive Player of the Week honors 10 times throughout his career.
He currently leads the nation in save percentage (.671) and is second nationally in goals-against average (6.37).
Wohlford, a Rochester, Minnesota native, ended his career with the program's game record for saves (21), owns nine of the top-10 game records for saves; leaves with the season record for saves (202), saves per game (10.82) and wins (15). He also graduated as the program's all-time leader in saves (737), saves per game (10.10), save percentage (.629) and wins (53).
During his time with the Falcons, they compiled a 53-21 overall record and a 31-3 record in MLC play. They set a program record with 15 victories during the 2019 season, captured two MLC regular season titles (outright in 2019, shared in 2017), took home the MLC Tournament Championship (2019) and earned the program's first bid to the NCAA Tournament this year.