John Schlegel ’05 was a 3-time All-America selection as an attacker in men’s lacrosse who also was a 2-time NCAC Player of the Year choice. His freshman year, he compiled 41 goals, 23 assists, and 64 points. His average of 2.93 goals per game tied for second in the NCAC, and his 2.57 points per game was second in the league. He was a second-team All-NCAC selection and was named NCAC Newcomer of the Year. As a sophomore, he led Bishop attackers with 33 goals, led the team with 26 assists, and his 59 points was second on the team. His average of 2.54 goals per game was third in the NCAC, his 2.00 assists per game led the NCAC, and his average of 4.54 points per game was second in the NCAC. He was a second-team All-NCAC selection and an honorable mention All-America pick. His junior year, he led the team with 34 goals and 54 points, and his 20 assists were second on the team. His average of 2.23 goals per game was second in the NCAC, as was his average of 3.69 points per game. He set up the game-winner with 1:37 left in a 7-6 win at Denison, then led OWU with 4 goals and 2 assists in a 10-9 win over Denison. He was a first-team All-NCAC selection and was named NCAC Player of the Year, and was an honorable mention All-America pick. As a senior, he led the team with 59 goals, 23 assists, and 82 points, led the NCAC in goals and assists, and his average of 5.86 points per game led the NCAC. He scored 8 goals at Washington & Jefferson, tying for fourth place on the OWU single-game list. He repeated as NCAC Player of the Year and was a first-team All-NCAC and second-team All-America selection. His career total of 167 goals ranked third on the OWU list, while his 259 points was fifth on the career list. During his 4 years, Ohio Wesleyan went 37-18 (.673), including a mark of 18-2 (.900) in the NCAC, won 2 NCAC titles and shared another, and made 2 NCAA Division III tournament appearances.