Simmers and Kovler make Princeton’s top lacrosse player list of 1989-2014

The Princeton Sports Information Office just issued its list of the Top 25 Tiger Lacrosse Players. The list will be released in installments, Taylor Simmers, Landon 1990 and the Bear’s #2 scorer made the Honorable mention list.   Bear Mark Kovler, Landon’s 23rd career scorer made the Princeton Tigers men’s lacrosse list as #25

top 25Mark is on the far right

No. 25

Mark Kovler

Class of 2009

Midfield

Landon School • Washington, D.C.

Currently a third-year medical student at George Washington University, with plans to become a surgeon

Mark Kovler was a first-team All-America middie as a senior in 2009, when he scored 34 goals and had nine assists. He was also a first-team All-Ivy selection as a sophomore and senior, and he was on his way as a junior until a broken ankle wiped out the last four games of the 2008 season for him. Even with that, he was honorable mention All-America as a junior and a third-team All-America as a sophomore. He stands 17th all-time at Princeton with 84 goals, which also ranks him second all-time at Princeton behind only Josh Sims among players who were strictly midfielders. Kovler’s biggest weapon as a scorer was his ferocious lefthanded shot.

NOTE EHS’s coach Scott Conklin (much younger than Coach Bordley) made an HM slot.

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