By WL | 2/3/12 12:00 AM
When Stephen Berger was selected by the Long Island Lizards with the 30th pick of the 2004 Collegiate Draft, nobody could have predicted that he would become a superstar. Coming out of Division III Washington College, Berger was somewhat of a rarity in the young league. Despite lacking a Division I pedigree and being branded “Mr. Irrelevant,” Berger has proven to be anything but irrelevant. He has totaled 24 or more points every year since 2006 and had 27 points (22 goals and 5 assists) in 2011. The midfielder has been selected to five consecutive MLL All-Star games, is endorsed by Warrior Lacrosse, and is one of the league’s most recognizable and exciting players!