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9 Trevor Baptiste

2023 U.S. Men's Senior Team Roster




Danville, N.J.


Morristown Beard


Denver '18


Danville, N.J.

Trevor Baptiste has dominated the faceoff like few in the sport have ever done. 

He's won an NCAA championship, a world championship, starred in pro outdoor and indoor lacrosse and is fast becoming one of the brightest stars in the sport.

Baptiste helped lead Denver to the 2015 NCAA championship and became just the sixth player in Division I men's lacrosse history to be named a first-team All-American four times. He graduated with NCAA records for career faceoff wins (1,158) and winning percentage (71.4). 

He's carried over that success to the next level. At the 2018 world championship, he won a tournament best 75.3 percent (67 of 89) to help the U.S. win the gold medal. He was a finalist for the MLL Rookie of the Year in 2018, led the PLL in faceoffs in 2019 (62.8 percent) and made the NLL All-Rookie team in 2019.

In 2022, he was named the Premier Lacrosse League's Most Valuable Player

  • Won a gold medal with the 2018 U.S. team
  • Led the tournament with a 75.3 winning percentage on faceoffs
  • Won 17 of 19 faceoffs in opening win over Iroquois Nationals
  • Won a bronze medal with 2019 U.S. indoor team
  • Career winning percentage of 75.3 entering 2023 world championship is the best in U.S. team history
  • Tewaaraton Award finalist (2017, 2018)
  • Sixth player in NCAA history named a USILA First Team All-American four times
  • Graduated with NCAA career records for faceoff wins (1,158) and winning percentage (71.4)
  • Big East Midfielder of the Year (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
  • First team All-Big East (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Went 63-2-4 in faceoff match-ups in his career
  • Led NCAA in faceoff winning percentage (2015, 2017)
  • No. 1 draft pick in MLL College Draft by Boston Cannons (2018)
  • Finalist for MLL Rookie of the Year (2018)
  • Led PLL in faceoff wins (164) and winning percentage (62.8) in 2019 for Atlas LC
  • Made NLL All-Rookie team in 2019 for Philadelphia Wings
  • PLL MVP in 2022 when he led league with 69.9 winning percentage, the best of his PLL career