MLAX Senior Reflection: Owen Weselak

May 1, 2018

This is part of a series on the Marquette experiences of the 2018 senior class.

Owen Weselak, a face-off specialist, is a supply chain and information systems major and has been an BIG EAST All-Academic honoree the entirety of his Marquette career. He went 9-of-15 in his career debut in MU’s first win over a ranked opponent on Feb. 7, 2015 at No. 16 Lehigh.

1.What is your proudest moment as a Marquette lacrosse player? 
Owen Weslak: Second BIG EAST Championship. I was able to see the field and contribute in that game.

2. What’s the best advice you could offer future Marquette lacrosse players? What do you see in the future of this program?
Weselak: Know that your time at Marquette is a journey and that hard work will pay off in the end. I see great things with this team next year with a big senior class and an experienced offense.

3. What has motivated you?
Weselak: Everything was always for the best of the team. Everything I did was to improve and build this program as much as I could in four years.

4. Most memorable game? Why?
Weselak: Our first BIG EAST Championship game. It was such a historic win for the program.

5. Describe how you felt during your very first practice or team activity.
Weselak: So nervous. My first faceoff in a game I didn't even react to. They guy beat me forward, but threw it too far and my wing guy got it.

6. Do you feel a rivalry developing with any opponents you have played?
Weselak: Georgetown. The last four years the games have been by one goal.

7. What have you learned that you will take with you as you move on from MU?
Weselak: Everything about leadership and teamwork




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