Fletcher was a big part of the Greyhounds' defense that held the Blue Jays scoreless for the final 29:18 of the game and limited them to 1-for-19 shooting after halftime.
He had marking responsibilities for Johns Hopkins' leading scorer, Wells Stanwick (Boys' Latin), who entered the game averaging 4.0 points per game. Fletcher held him to just one point, an assist that came in transition off a Blue Jays' faceoff win.
The award is Fletcher's third of the season, tying a league high.
Rice moved into third place on Villanova's all-time goals list with 121. He is 10th among active leaders in goals scored.
UMBC's Young top rookie: UMBC freshman midfielder Pat Young has been tabbed as the
Young scored four second-half goals, including the game-winner with 1:18 remaining, as UMBC rallied to defeat Binghamton, 10-9, on Saturday and secure a berth in the America East tournament. He now has a team-best 28 goals, which is the tied for the third-most for a UMBC freshman in the program's Division I history.
Division III men's poll: Stevenson (15-2) stayed at No. 4 and Washington College (12-3) at No. 10 in the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association coaches' poll. Salisbury (14-4) dropped one spot into a tie for No. 8.
Division I women's honors: Loyola junior midfielder Marlee Paton and