Sophomore Sergio Perkovic and graduate student Jim Marlatt are honored for the second time.
Notre Dame returns eight starters, including three All-America honorees, from semifinalist finish.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014): Played in all 18 games ... tallied six goals and nine assists ... the assist total was tied for third among all Irish players ... a key part of Notre Dame's man-up unit as he netted five extra-man goals ... scored two goals, including one man-up tally, and assisted on a third in the 19-7 season-opening victory at Jacksonville ... notched two assists (both on man-up goals) in the 11-10 come-from-behind win at North Carolina in the ACC opener ... scored a man-up goal in the 11-10 setback at Syracuse ... assisted on goals in back-to-back contests versus Duke and Marquette ... deposited a man-up goal that tied the ACC semifinal showdown with Maryland, 4-4, early in the fourth quarter and the Irish would go on to prevail, 6-5 ... scored on a man-advantage in the 15-14 triumph over Syracuse in the title game of the ACC Championship ... registered a career-best four points on one goal and a career-high three assists in the 18-17 victory over Army ... all four points came on man-up opportunities as the Irish were 4-of-6 in extra-man chances on the day ... assisted on the game's opening goal in the 14-13 overtime win against Albany in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship ... earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013): Appeared in one game ... made his collegiate debut in the 17-5 win over Marquette ... a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Rated as the 33rd best attackman in the class of 2012 by Inside Lacrosse ... played on the St. Joseph's varsity squad for four seasons ... copped all-America and all-state honors during his junior and senior seasons ... tallied 417 career points, including 105 during his senior campaign ... two-time team captain ... Champion All-American participant ... competed in the 2011 Under Armour Underclassmen Games ... also captained the football squad at St. Joseph's ... member of the National Honor Society and the German National Honor Society ... son of Ed and Beth Lubowicki ... has a younger sister, Shelby ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an IT management major ... boasts a 3.335 cumulative GPA.
Lubowicki's Career Statistics