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Wesley  Berg
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Wesley Berg

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Coquitlam, B.C.

High School:
Charles Best Secondary

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180

Position:
Attack


04/01/2017

Baptiste and Cannizzaro Power [4/6] Denver to 20-11 Win over Georgetown

Junior faceoff specialist finishes with 26 wins to become DU career leader

04/25/2015

[5/5] Denver Wins BIG EAST Crown with 18-11 Win Over [16/17] Marquette

Pioneers claim fifth conference title in the last six seasons

04/18/2015

[5/5] Denver Uses Second-Half Run to Top Providence, 13-9

Three players record hat tricks in Pioneers 10th win of the campaign

03/28/2015

[5/5] Denver Uses 13-1 First Half Run to Rout [14/14] Georgetown, 19-7

Pioneers set school attendance record with 3,117 in attendance

05/25/2015

NCAA Championship - Denver vs. Maryland

USATSI photos of Denver vs. Maryland men's lacrosse national championship on May 25, 2015

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Tewaaraton Award Finalist (2015)...USILA Second Team All-America (2015)...NCAA Tournament MOP (2015)...NCAA All-Tournament Team (2015)... BIG EAST Conference Attackman of the Year (2015)...First Team All-BIG EAST (2015)...USILA Scholar All-America (2015)...Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-America (2015)...Lacrosse Magazine All-America (2015)...USILA Third Team All-American (2014)...BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (03/31/14)...BIG EAST Honor Roll (04/21/14)...A Tewaaraton Award nominee (2014)...First Team All-BIG EAST (2014)...Most Outstanding Player and to the All-Tournament Team during the BIG EAST Championship (2014)...Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team (2014)...USILA Honorable Mention All-America (2013)...ECAC Rookie of the Year (2012)...First Team All-ECAC (2013)...ECAC All-Academic honors (2013)...ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (04/01/13)...ECAC Rookie of the Week (02/20/12, 03/12/12, 04/2/12, 04/23/12)...Frontier Airlines Face-Off Classic Team and Classic MVP (2013)...Preseason All-ECAC Team (2013)...Preseason ECAC Rookie of the Year (2012).

CAREER:

Finished as Denver's career leader in points (255) and goals (188)...Tallied 30 career hat tricks, and posted 4+ points in 29 career games...Finished his career on a 38-game active point streak, the ninth longest streak in Division I...Scored 39 career NCAA Tournament goals, the second most in NCAA history.

2015
Captain...Picked by Denver Outlaws with eighth pick of second round...Started all 19 games, tying for the second-most points in a season in DU history tallying 78 on 58 goals and 20 helpers...Tied the DU record for points in a game, finishing with 10 against Villanova (4/13/15)...Broke his own DU single-season goals record, scoring 58 on the campaign, including eight in the NCAA Tournament...Tied for second in single-season points in DU history (78)...Scored four or more goals in eight games, including in five of the last seven...Scored five goals in Denver's 10-5 win over Maryland in the National Championship game (5/25)...Played for 2014 Minto Cup runner-up Coquitlam Adanacs...NCAA RANKINGS: 17th in points per game (4.11), 10th in goals (3.05).

2014:

Started all 19 games for the Pioneers, averaging 2.53 goals, 1.05 assists, 3.58 points and 6.84 shots per game, while shooting .631 percent on goal...Netted his first sock trick of the season with six goals, while also tying his career-high in points (9) and setting a new career-high in assists (3) at Georgetown (03/29/14)...Tallied at least one point in 19 games, and had seven hat tricks, bringing his career total to 19.

2013:

Started in17-of-19 games, finishing with a team-leading 56 goals and 16 assists for 72 points...Took a team-leading 133 shots and finished with a .421 shooting percentage...Scored three game-winning goals and eight man-up goals...Finished with 39 ground balls and four caused turnovers...Finished the season ranked No. 5 nationally in goals per game (2.95) and No. 18 in shot percentage (.421)...In ECAC games only, finished ranked tied for second in points (25) and man-up goals (2), tied for third in goals (17) and shots on goal (35), fifth in shots (54) and tied for ninth in assists (8)...Finished with a career-high nine points and a DU Division I team-record eight goals against Albany (05/11/13) in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament...Set a personal best of 12 shots against Penn (03/02/13) and tied it against Albany (05/11/13)...Scored a career-high three man-up goals against Albany (05/11/13)...Led the Pioneers in point-in-a-game eight times...Recorded nine hat tricks, including two sick tricks (six-or-more goals)...Tallied four or more points-in-a-game nine times.

2012:

Saw action in all 16 games, finishing tied for second on the team in goals (26) and fifth in points (37), while tallying 11 assists...Finished 13th in the nation in shot percentage (.456)...Tallied 15 ground balls and three caused turnovers...Recorded a career-high five points against North Carolina (05/12/12)...Recorded a hat trick against Hobart (03/31/12), Fairfield (04/21/12) and North Carolina (05/12/12)...Posted multi-goal performances in nine games.

BEFORE DENVER:
Was a three-sport athlete at Charles Best Secondary School...Played offense for club box lacrosse for 15 years and as attack in club field lacrosse for four...Helped his box lacrosse team win the Minto Cup in 2010 and become the Provincial Champions in 2003, 2005 and 2011...Finished as the BC League leading scorer in 2011...Named the Provincial MVP in 2008 and National MVP in 2009...Helped his field lacrosse team earn a No. 1 ranking in Canada and become the 2010 National Silver Medalists and the Provincial Champions in 2008...Played 12 years of club hockey as a rightwing...Participated in Coquitlam Junior Adanacs U19, Coquitlam Lacrosse Team and Charles Best Senior Lacrosse Team.

PERSONAL:

Born April 19, 1993 in New Westminster, British Columbia.
Son of Brian and Connie.
Has one brother, Spencer.
Chose the University of Denver for its business school and because it has a great lacrosse team with excellent coaches.
Enjoys playing the guitar.

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