BOSTON - Jack Wilson
of the Boston University men's lacrosse team was named a Scholar-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) on Monday.
Wilson is the second Terrier in as many years to receive this recognition, joining Christian Carson-Banister
as the program's two Scholar All-Americans. The Manlius, New York, native earned a 3.47 grade-point average and graduated cum laude in May with a degree in business administration and management from the Questrom School of Business. He was a three-time Academic All-Patriot League selection and was also a Scarlet Key recipient. Wilson was also chosen as the E. Ray Speare Award winner as the school's top male senior scholar-athlete.
On the field, Wilson is the program's all-time leading goal scorer and point producer, having tallied 108 goals and 62 assists for 170 total points as a four-year starter. Wilson finished his career with a 60-game point streak and was held without a point just once while never missing one game. In 2018, the Second Team All-Patriot League honoree scored a career-best 30 goals and added 17 assists to match his career best with 47 points.