Selections from all regions of Indy Peppers South

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – After reaching the quarterfinals of the 2021 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship tournament, the UIndy’s men’s lacrosse team (10-3, 8-2 GLVC) ends the 2021 season with a handful of honors from Division II, the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) released Thursday its all-region selections for the North and South. The Hounds found themselves scattered across the board, with six Greyhounds making their way into the second and third teams.

UIndy placed three student-athletes in the second team from all southern regions, Brian robb representing the team’s midfielders, the junior redshirt getting his first All-Region selection. Robb has totaled 31 points in 13 games this season, scoring 15 goals and totaling 16 assists in the process. The Shawnigan Lake, BC product was labeled USILA Preseason All-American at the start of the season.

The GLVC Specialist of the Year 2021 has also made his way into the second team, Kyle basch earn the spot as a short-stick defensive mediator. Basch collected 37 balls on the ground during the 2021 season, as well as 15 induced turnovers that make him one of the two players on the list for a total of at least 30 and 10 in both statistical categories. The junior also had two points in the team’s last three games, breaking up with just one goal and an assist.

Jack Belobrajdic completes the second team all regions of the team, the long intermediate stick punctuating the team with 42 rushing balls collected during the regular season. With 13 induced turnovers as well, the senior redshirt helped make the Greyhounds one of the top 10 teams with an average of 10.77 induced turnovers per game for eighth place in the nation.

The Hounds have found three other student-athletes in All-Region South’s third team roster, the team’s top scorer, Drew billig, earning his first All-Region honor in the attack. Junior teammate Josh jackson Joins him on the defensive student-athlete list for his first appearance in the accolades, as a graduate student Kansai Garey won their second third-team title at UIndy, the first in the All-Region South.

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