TD Ierlan


  • Current Volunteer Assistant Coach at Syracuse University
  • Career Highlights
    • 4th overall pick in the 2021 PLL Draft by Redwoods LC
    • 1st overall pick in the 2020 MLL Draft by the New York Lizards
    • Five-time All-American
    • Two-time first-team All-American
    • Tewaaraton Award Finalist
    • Two-time conference player of year
  • Victor HS
    • Lettered four years in lacrosse
    • Led lacrosse team to 2015 and 2016 New York State championship and three Section V titles
    • 2015 and 2016 US Lacrosse All-American
    • 2015 and 2016 All-Greater Rochester Player of the Year
    • Lacrosse Magazine New York State and Northeast Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016
    • Three-time First Team All-Section V player
    • Finished with 83% face-off rate, 661 ground balls, 1,135 face-off wins, 35 goals and 15 assists in HS career
  •  Albany
    • Inside Lacrosse Media Second Team All-American USILA Third Team All-American 2019
    • Inside Lacrosse and USILA Second Team All-American
    • America East Rookie of the Year
    • America East Defensive Player of the Year
    • Two-time All-Conference First Team
    • All-Rookie Team
    • 2019 America East Tournament MVP
    • Two-time All-Tournament Team
    • Second in Division I with a .708 face off win rate and first with 11.22 ground balls per game
    • Won 323 total face-offs, 2nd-highest single-season total in Division I history and first in UAlbany history
    • Earned 202 ground balls, the 4th-highest single-season total in Division I history and first in UAlbany history
    • Four goals and 10 points
    • One-time Epoch/US Lacrosse Player of the Week and Epoch IL Committed Academy Rookie of the Week
    • Five-time America East Rookie of the Week
    • Set Division I records for face-off percentage (.791), face-off wins (359) and ground balls (254)
    • USILA and Inside Lacrosse All-American
    • Tewaaraton nominee
    • America East Defensive Player of the Year
    • All-Conference First Team
    • Tournament Most Outstanding Player
    • All-Academic Team
    • Inside Lacrosse Midseason and Preseason Media All-American
  • Yale
    • IL Pre-Season All-America First Team
    • USILA Warrior & NB Pre-Season All-America First Team
    • Tewaaraton Award Watch List
    • NEILA Pre-Season All-New England First Team
    • Nominated for Senior Class Award
    • Set NCAA career ground ball record in a win at Penn State (2/22)
    • Set NCAA career record for face-off wins during a win over Michigan (3/7)
    • US Lacrosse Player of the Week (3/9)
    • USILA Team of the Week (3/9).
    • Tewaaraton Award Finalist
    • USILA Warrior & NB All-America First team
    • 1st Team IL Media All-American
    • Ivy League Player of Year
    • First-team All-Ivy
    • All-New England
    • Four-time USILA Team of Week
    • Ivy League POW
    • Led nation in percentage and GBs
    • Broke NCAA record for single game with 26-for-26 day at Harvard
    • Also broke the overall NCAA record for ground balls in a game with 29 against Hoyas
    • Broke own NCAA season record for FOW and ground balls
  • Denver
    • 1st Team FOF All-American
    • HM Inside Lacrosse and USILA All-American

Ierlan's NCAA Records (Combined Albany/Yale/Denver):
 Ground balls in a game: 29 against Georgetown 2019 5.11.19
 Ground balls in an NCAA Tournament Game: 29 vs. Georgetown in 2019       Ground balls in an NCAA Tournament: 79 in 2019                                         Ground balls in a season: 293 in 2019, second with 254 in 2018
 Ground balls in a career: 867
 Ground balls per game season: 1st and 2nd with 15.42 in 2019, 13.37 in 2018

 Face-offs won in an NCAA Tournament game: 31 vs. Georgetown in 2019     Face-offs won in an NCAA Tournament: 99 in 2019
 Face-offs won in a season: 393 in 2019, second with 359 in 2018
 Face-offs won in a career: 1,245
 Face-off winning percentage in game: 26-26 against Harvard 2019
 Face-off percentage in a season: .791 in 2018 at Albany                                     Most Perfect Face-off Games Career: 5                                                                 Most Perfect Face-off Games in a Season: 3 in 2019