Scigliano sets single season save record

Scigliano sets single season save record

May 4, 2024

It was a record setting first season for Frank Scigliano!


After being acquired in the offseason from San Diego, the starting position was handed to him, and the National Lacrosse League veteran ran with it. 


When you consider the great teams the Rush have put on the floor, any record is well worth noting. Although when you run away with a franchise record, that says a lot, especially in a down season. 


For Frank Scigliano, his 665 saves during the 2023/2024 season is a Saskatchewan Rush record, surpassing Evan Kirk. 


In 2018, Kirk finished the regular season with 583 saves, before going on to win the NLL title in Saskatchewan. Following him on the ladder was Aaron Bold with 570 saves in 2016 and 565 in 2017, with Alex Buque rounding out the top five with 485 saves last season. 


Scigliano finished the season with a .774 save percentage, second to only Evan Kirk for a Saskatchewan Rush goalie who played over 600 minutes in a single season. 


The season was full of highs and lows for the B.C. born netminder. In his third game in green, Scigliano allowed only five goals, a season-low against Las Vegas. On December 31st, Scigliano made a season-high 46 saves against the Albany FireWolves. And against his two former teams in Calgary and San Diego on April 6th and 13th, the 6’4 brick wall stopped 83/100 shots he faced in back-to-back wins on Co-op Field. 


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