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He resigned and agreed to a four-year deal with the Knighthawks on November 30, 2009… On February 19, 2009, was acquired by Rochester, along with forward Dean Hill, from the Minnesota Swarm for forward Aaron Wilson and a conditional draft pick.
He enters his fifth season in the NLL and fourth with the Knighthawks… In 2011, he was fourth on the team with 47 points and third with 27 assists… He had a career season in 2010, scoring a career-best 31 goals to finish second on the team… He also collected a personal-best 95 loose balls… Point also showed his versatility by winning a team-high 107 faceoffs… In 2008, he set the Minnesota rookie records for goals (27), assists (34) and points (61) in his first NLL season with the Swarm... Ranked first on team with 10 power-play goals and 19 power-play assists and finished third in goals and scoring... Played in all 16 games and collected PIM and 74 loose balls... Named the NLL Rookie of the Year and a member of the NLL’s All-Rookie Team… Was named Rookie of the Week four times… Signed a contract with the Swarm on 11/12/07… Acquired by Minnesota along with Darren Halls in exchange for Brock Boyle, Minnesota’s first-round picks in the 2007 NLL Entry Draft (eighth and 11th) and a third-round pick in the 2008 NLL Entry Draft (9/1/07)... Selected by Boston in the first round (third overall) of the 2007 NLL Entry Draft… Played for the Hamilton Nationals in 2011… Played for the Toronto Nationals of Major League Lacrosse in 2009 and 2010… In 2010, he won the Nations Cup with the Ohsweken Aces… Member of the Iroquois Nationals that was scheduled to play at the 2010 FIL World Lacrosse Championships… Suited up for the Six Nations Chiefs in the Major Series… Was a member of the 2007 Minto Cup winning Six Nations Arrows of the Junior “A” Ontario Lacrosse Association... Recorded 188 points (139+105) in 81 games in four seasons with Six Nations (2004-07) and won four straight Ontario Championships… Played for the Six Nations team that went undefeated in the Canadian field lacrosse national championships, defeating BC representative Ladner in the final, 11-6, to win the 2009 Ross Cup… Led the Iroquois Nationals in scoring at the 2007 World Indoor Lacrosse Championships en route to a silver medal... Guided Onondaga Community College to a perfect 18-0 record and a National Championship in 2006 in his only collegiate season.