The average number of seniors on each roster across the NCAA Division I 73 men's lacrosse programs this spring is nine. There are 44 teams with nine or more seniors on their 2019 roster.

This spring, Saint Joseph's fields a roster with the smallest senior class among all Division I programs that did not start up within the last three seasons.

But if we're looking at what matters on the youngest team during eighth-year head coach Taylor Wray's tenure - a leadership presence that has bought into the culture of the Hawk Hill way - it really doesn't matter that there are only two seniors in the Class of 2019 to guide a roster comprised of 85% freshmen and sophomores.

Senior midfielder Thomas LaRose and senior close defenseman Thomas Tarleton are more than enough.

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