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Benn becomes first CMA player drafted by MLL

January 15, 2014

Johns Hopkins attackman Brandon Benn ‘10 was selected by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the fifth round of the Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft on Jan. 10. Benn became the first Culver Military Academy player selected to play at the professional level.
Preparing for his senior season at Hopkins, Benn was the 40th pick overall. Benn has led the Blue Jays in scoring for the last two years. He is first Hopkins player to score more than 30 goals in two consecutive season since 1998-1999 and is carrying a 16-game goal-scoring streak into the 2014 season.
In three years at Culver, Benn was a two-time All-American, accumulated over 280 points, and was a member of three state championship teams.

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