Oak Mtn lacrosse alum shining at Ohio State

Former Oak Mountain Eagles lacrosse standout Jack Jasinski is shining in the Big Ten.  The sophomore attacker scored four goals and added three assists Sunday to lead the No. 9 Ohio State Buckeyes past the 11th ranked Johns Hopkins Blue Jays 13-9.  

The win over Hopkins marked Jack’s first multi-goal performance at the at the Division I level.  

The Shelby County native was named the Alpha Lacrosse National DI Men’s Co-Player of the Week for his explosive performance over the Blue Jays.  

He has scored seven goals and added six assists during the first 12 games of 2017.  

During his freshman year, Jasinski appeared in 13 games and made five starts before an injury forced him to miss the Buckeyes final two contests.  

OSU closed out Jasinski’s freshman year by upsetting the Duke Blue Devils in the first round of the NCAA tournament before falling to eventual Champion Denver in the quarterfinals.  

During his time at Oak Mountain, Jasinski lead the Eagles in scoring all four years while being named a first team All-State honoree three times.  The All American was also named the Most Valuable Player of the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic.  

Six Oak Mountain lacrosse players, including Jasinski, signed college scholarships following the 2014-2015 season. 

Jack’s father Jim Jasinski is the co-founder of the Lacrosse Academy of Birmingham and the former head coach of the Oak Mountain Eagles.