In today’s episode of the Lax Goalie Rat Podcast Coach Damon sits down to chat with former Dartmouth goalie Daniel Hincks.
Senior Dartmouth goalkeeper Daniel Hincks had one heck of a 2022 season that was recently capped off by being named an Inside Lacrosse’s All-American Honorable Mention team, becoming the first Dartmouth player since Casey Hingtgen in 2010 to be named an All-American.
Hincks was also named a Second Team All-Ivy selection and was named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List after a stellar season in goal in which he made 168 saves, including a career-high 20 in Dartmouth’s first win over Vermont since the 2017 season.
The 6’5″ Newtonville, MA native got his start playing lacrosse with the Top Gun Fighting Clams a program that is known for developing top-end goalies such as Danny and John’s Hopkins netminder Josh Kirson.
Upon arriving in Hanover as a freshman in 2019 Hincks entered a competition for the starting position for the Big Green, a competition that he was able to win a secure the #1 role throughout his time at Dartmouth.
Hincks is set to embark on a new journey next season as the senior keeper entered the transfer portal to take advantage of his 5th year of eligibility and will join the Georgetown Hoyas in 2023.
According to sources, Dartmouth goalie Daniel Hincks has committed to Georgetown for his final year of eligibility. Excited to watch this already dangerous Hoya team continue to be contenders next season with this addition. @Inside_Lacrosse@tyxanderspic.twitter.com/Hz5xPQceoI
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