The MCLA's finest
The Godekeraw Award is presented each year by USA Lacrosse to the student-athlete in each division of the Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (MCLA) who has shown considerable success on the field, a 3.2 GPA or higher in the classroom and substantial community service record. It is the most prestigious award presented to an MCLA.
The Godekeraw Award is made possible through a generous gift from Dr. Laurence A. Feldman, founder of LaxPower.com, to the USA Lacrosse Foundation. The winners of the award receive an engraved, hand-made stick crafted by the legendary Alf Jacques of the Onondaga Nation to honor their achievement.
|Year||Division I||Division II|
|2012||Ted Ferrin, Brigham Young|
|2013||Austin Fisher, Colorado State||Steve Johnson, St. John's|
|2014||Charlie Farmer, Grand Valley|
|2015||Josh Holland, Westminster|
|2016||Chris O'Brien, Georgia Tech||Pat Mines, St. Thomas|
|2017||Max McKone, Cal Berkeley||Andrew Sotis, St. Thomas|
|2018||Jack Lamey, Grand Canyon||Evan Schraut, North Dakota State|
|2019||Nate Degroat, Cal Berkeley||Sam White, Dayton|
|2020||No awards (COVID-19 Pandemic)|
|2021||No awards (COVID-19 Pandemic)|
|2022||Jake Cloutier, Concordia-Irvine||Garett Hoch, St. Thomas|