UVA junior attackman Steele Stanwick was awarded lacrosse’s highest individual honor, the Tewaaraton Award, following the 2011 season. Stanwick is the third Cavalier to win the award, given to the nation’s top male collegiate lacrosse player.

Stanwick finished the season No. 3 in the nation with 2.24 assists per game and No. 4 in the nation with 4.12 points per game. The junior tallied 21 points (9 points, 12 assists) in the 2011 NCAA Tournament, leading Virginia to the program’s fifth all-time title. Stanwick was named to the All-NCAA Championship Tournament team. He also was the ACC Player of the Year and earned USILA first-team All-America accolades in 2011.

Read more about Stanwick and the award here.