Manhattan Men's Lacrosse BIO
43 Kelson Borisenko
Made an immediate impact as a rookie ... Collected 21 ground balls and forced 10 turnovers ... Also recorded one goal to go along with two assists ... Played in 14 games, starting seven ... Registered at least three ground balls on four occasions ... Collected a season-high four ground balls while forcing two turnovers and scoring his first collegiate goal at Detroit Mercy (3/18) ... Forced a season-high three turnovers and had three ground balls at Monmouth (4/28) ... Also had three ground balls and an assist in thrilling triple-overtime victory against Wagner (2/11) ... Notched three ground balls and an assist at Delaware (3/7) ... Forced two turnovers against Saint Joseph's (3/4).
Played a postgraduate year of lacrosse at the Hill Academy under the direction of Brodie and Patrick Merrill … Rocky Mountain Box Lacrosse League leading scorer in 2016 … Earned three letters for West Kildonon … Five-time Manitoba Captain and two-time National and Provincial All-Star selection … Only the third person from the province of Manitoba to play Division I lacrosse … Played his club lacrosse for Predator Lacrosse under Dave Little … Born on April 29, 1997 ... Son of Kelly Borisenko and Brenda Bicklmeier ... Has three siblings: Cameron, Taylor and Teagan … Has volunteered his time to coach youth lacrosse … Enjoys fishing … Majoring in physical education at Manhattan.
|High School:||The Hill Academy|