|High School:||Lake Highland Prep HS|
AS A SENIOR (2013)
DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM... INSIDE LACROSSE FACE-OFF YEARBOOK DII ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION... All-time program leader in points (115g, 58a - 173 points), goals, assists, and man-up goals (26)... Saw time in 13 games, starting 12... scored 25 goals and added 11 assists for 36 points on the season... led the team with 13 man-up goals... compiled 22 ground balls and caused nine turnovers... fired off 79 shots, placing 48 on target for a shots-on-goal percentage of .608... tallied a season best six goals and one assist on April 21 against Mars Hill... scored three man-up goals in a game twice.
AS A JUNIOR (2012)
ALL-DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM...PRESEASON ALL-DEEP SOUTH CONFERENCE SELECTION...SAINT LEO ATHLETE OF THE WEEK (3/12/12)… third in program history in points per season with 52, and second in program history in points per game in a season with 3.71... currently sits second program records for in goals per season with 37... second program history in career points with 137, career goals with 90, and career assists with 47... leads the program in career man-up goals with 13... second in career game-winning goals with five... started in all 14 games for the Lions in his junior campaign... highlight game for Proechel was against Rollins (2/29/12) - scored three goals and three assists with two man-up goals and five ground balls... notched two game-winning goals on the season, including a last-second thriller from long range aginst Pfeiffer on March 10, 2012... amassed 37 goals and added 15 assists for a team best 52 points... notched four man-up goals... totaled 20 ground balls and four caused turnovers.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
All-Deep South Conference Second Team Attack...Deep South Conference Player of the Week (03/07/11)…Second in goals scored with 27…Played in all 14 games…Made 13 starts…Led team in assists with 18…Totaled team-best 45 points…Compiled 96 shots…Fired 54 shots-on-goal…Registered .562 shot-on-goal shooting percentage…Posted two game-winning goals…Scored four man-up goals…Accumulated 32 ground balls… Tallied seven multiple-goal games…Registered six multiple-assist games…Recorded season-high six goals in season-opener against Rollins (02/19/11)…Posted three assists on a pair of occasions…Scooped season-high six ground balls against Notre Dame de Namur (03/06/11)…Caused season-best four turnovers against Catawba (03/12/11).
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
Deep South Conference Offensive Player of the Week twice (March 15 | March 22)…Deep South All-Conference…Proechel rocketed onto the scene as a freshman, immediately asserting himself as one of the Lions’ top offensive threats…He competed in all 15 contests and made 12 starts…He tallied 26 goals and registered 14 assists for 40 points…He blasted 77 shots and posted one game-winning goal and five man-up goals…Proechel was also responsible for 48 ground balls…He put together eight multiple goal games, including four hat tricks…In addition, he posted four multiple-assist games, as well as a three assist contest against Notre Dame de Namur (3/9/10)…In the same challenge, Proechel secured a season-best five points…Of his four hat tricks, his most imperative came in the DSC Tournament semifinals victory over Florida Southern (4/15/10)…In addition, he tabulated a season-best nine ground balls against Pfeiffer (3/7/10)…He ranked in the top 50 nationally in points-per-game (41), goals-per-game (49), assists-per-game (42), and ground balls per game (48).
Proechel was named Lake Highland Prep Offensive MVP from 2007-09 and First Team All-Central Florida…Named Orange County Player of the Year in 2009…Currently owns the high school record for points in a season at Lake Highland…Tabbed US Lacrosse High School All-American.
Born November 15 in Orlando, Fla…Sport Business major…Hobbies include fishing, playing golf, and being on the water…His career goal is to become a sports agent…Believes his competitiveness is his best asset to the team…Names Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete...Names the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as his favorite team…Chose Saint Leo because of its location, as well as its athletic and academic standing…Son of George Proechel and Juanita Addeo.