In 2007: Had another terrific season as a short-stick defensive middie ... Played in every game, helping the Bison outscore their opponents 137-95 ... Was one of the best in the Patriot League at his position ... Finished with two goals and one assist ... Had a goal and an assist in the Lafayette game and also found the net against Penn ... Picked up 18 ground balls, with a high of three against Hobart ... In 2006: Moved to short-stick defensive midfield as a sophomore and had an outstanding season ... Played in 13 games and had three assists and 11 ground balls ... Assisted on Joe Mele's sudden-death overtime goal at No. 1 Maryland ... Also had assists against Penn and Butler ... Seasonhigh three ground balls against Penn and Denver ... In 2005: Played in all 13 games at midfield and moved into the starting lineup late in the year ... Finished with a goal and three assists, along with 16 ground balls ... Collected first collegiate points with a goal and an assist in win over Lehigh ... Also had assists in both Army games, including the Patriot League Tournament semifinal tilt ...Personal: Son of Bob and Diana Lane ... Born Feb. 1, 1986 in Denville, N.J. ... Two older brothers both played lacrosse at Bucknell ... Rob is a 2003 Bucknell graduate and a former all-conference midfielder ... Nick graduated in 2005 and served as a team co-captain ... 2004 graduate of Mountain Lakes High School ... Earned three letters each in football, hockey and lacrosse ... First-team all-area and all-conference and second-team all-state selection in lax ... First-team all-conference and second-team all-area in football ... Also earned second-team all-league honors on the ice ... Majoring in American history.
Frank Fedorjaka on Lane: "Mark is our primary short-stick d-mid. He is a tremendous athlete and competitor. He is one of those special guys who can make game-changing plays. He has a real positive outlook and creates energy on the field. He is about as veteran as you can get, being a four-year starter with two older brothers who came through the same system. Mark has seen it all."