Notre Dame Men's Ice Hockey wins advance to the CCHA Semifinals at Joe Lewis Arena after defeating Bowing Green 4-3.
AS A JUNIOR: Served as a team captain … played in 39 games while registering career-high totals in goals (9), assists (12) and points (21) … also had a career-high three power-play goals … tied for second on the team (and first among forwards) with a +8 plus/minus rating … blocked 34 shots to lead all Irish forwards … notched a career-high four points in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win over Lake Superior State (Oct. 17) on two goals and two assists … had back-to-back two assist games versus UConn (Jan. 16 and 18) … tied his career-high with two goals in Notre Dame’s 5-3 win over New Hampshire (Jan. 31) … skated in all six playoff games, scoring three goals and adding two assists for five points … scored a goal in each Hockey East first round game against UMass … named to the Hockey East All-Academic Team.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 33 of Notre Dame's 40 games during 2013-14, missing seven games due to injuries ... scored three goals with eight assists for 11 points ... recorded five penalties for 10 minutes ... was +1 for the year ... notched two multi-point games and one game with two goals ... first goal of the season came in 3-2 victory versus Michigan Tech (Oct. 18) ... had single assists versus Michigan Tech (Oct. 20), Minnesota (Nov. 8) and Alabama Huntsville (Jan. 10) before lighting the lamp again ... injured in 2-2 tie with Merrimack (November 16) and did not return to the lineup until Jan. 4 versus Boston College at Fenway Park ... scored a pair of goals in 4-2 win against Lake Superior State (Jan. 18) ... picked up the offense late in the season with four points over his last seven games ... recorded a pair of assists in 7-2 win over Boston College (Mar. 16) in game one of Hockey East quarterfinals ... played in six postseason games with three assists.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in all 41 games as a freshman, scoring five goals with five assists for 10 points ... had two power-play goals and two game winners ... had just two penalties for four minutes ... was +1 on the season ... became Notre Dame's top shutdown center as the season went on ... had one multiple-goal game on the season ... scored first collegiate goal and had first two-goal game of his career in 3-2 win at Northern Michigan (Oct. 27) ... scored first power-play goal in that game ... picked up his third goal of the year in 4-0 win versus Western Michigan (Nov. 4) with goal coming via the power play and was the game winner ... fourth goal of the year came in the 5-1 win over Michigan State (Dec. 8) ... held off the scoreboard until February when he scored the lone goal in a 3-1 loss at Miami (Feb. 15) ... helped set up Mario Lucia's goal in 2-1 win over Miami (Feb. 17) in the OfficeMax Hockey City Classic ... earned CCHA Gongshow rookie of the week honors for his weekend against Miami (Feb. 18) ... had season-best four-game point streak (1g, 3a) from Feb. 9 through Feb. 22 ... played in five postseason games and had no points.
NHL DRAFT: Selected in the third round, 72nd overall, of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers.
IN THE BCHL:Joined the Irish after playing the 2011-12 season for the Penticton Vees of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL), where he was a teammate of current Notre Dame left wing Mario Lucia and current goaltender Chad Katunar ...finished seventh in scoring on the Vees with 33 goals and 49 assists for 82 points in 60 games ... had six power-play goals, four short-handed tallies and led the team with 10 game-winning goals ... was member of Penticton squad that was 54-4-0-2 to win the regular season title ... along the way, the Vees set a North American junior hockey record by winning 42 consecutive games ... the Vees won the BCHL playoff title with a 12-2-0-1 record, defeating Powell River 4-0 for the Fred Page Cup with Fogarty scoring four goals with four assists in 15 games ... Penticton then won Canada's national junior A hockey title - The RBC Cup - going 2-2 in the round-robin round before defeating the Soo Thunderbirds in the semifinals, before winning a dramatic 4-3 decision in the championship game against the Woodstock Slammers where Fogarty had a goal and an assist and was named Player of the Game.
PREP & PERSONAL: Graduated from Edina High School in Edina, Minnesota, where he was a three-time hockey letterwinner ... two-time all-Classic Lake Conference selection ... two-time honorable mention all-state in 2009-10 and 2010-11 ... as junior in 2009-10 led team in scoring with 21 goals with 19 assists for 40 points and was +16 to help Edina to the state AA championship ... a year later (2010-11) served as team captain and was a candidate for Minnesota's "Mr. Hockey" Award as Edina lost in the state AA semifinals ... had 26 goals and 25 assists for 51 points ... played in 21 games for Team Southwest in the preseason Upper Midwest Elite League and had 12 goals and 9 assists for 21 points ... following the high school season played in six games with the USHL's Chicago Steel where he had two goals ... joins a long line of Irish captains from Edina, Minn., including Anders Lee, Ryan Thang and Dan Carlson in recent years ... was also a high school teammate of current forward Ben Ostlie at Edina High School ... one of 17 Edina natives to play for the Irish from Steve Curry and Bill Nyrop (1970-74) to Dan Carlson, Sam Cornelius, Thang and Lee ... son of William and Carol Fogarty ... has one brother, Charles ... born in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania ... marketing major in Notre Dame's Mendoza College of Business ... signed a national letter of intent to attend Notre Dame in the spring of 2011 along with Austin Wuthrich.