The 9th-ranked Notre Dame Men's lacrosse team opened up the new stadium with a 14-7 win over Denver.
A three-time monogram winner ... played in 52 career games ... notched six points on four goals and two assists ... picked up 23 ground balls ... helped the Irish defense rank as one of the nation's best annually.
AS A SENIOR: Saw action in 16 games ... tallied one point on one goal ... all four shots were on goal ... scooped up six ground balls ... matched a career-high total with two ground balls in a 7-5 win over Maryland in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship ... gave Notre Dame a 3-1 lead with six seconds left in the first quarter in the 12-7 win over Cornell in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship ... earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 16 games ... registered three points on one goal and a career-best two assists ... picked up five ground balls ... assisted on a goal in a 13-7 win over Vermont ... scored a goal in a 10-2 triumph of Quinnipiac ... notched an assist in a 16-7 victory over Ohio State in the title game of the GWLL Tournament ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 17 games ... tallied two goals ... picked up nine ground balls ... went 0-for-1 in faceoffs ... attempted seven shots ... scored the first goal of his career in a 17-12 win over Ohio State that gave the Irish a share of the GWLL title in the regular-season finale ... notched a goal in Notre Dame's 8-7 overtime win against Colgate during the first round of the NCAA Championship ... matched a career-high total with two ground balls in wins over Air Force and Penn State ... earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three games during his freshman campaign ... picked up three ground balls ... attempted three shots ... played in wins over Bellarmine (11-3), Air Force (16-4) and Lehigh (14-2) ... scooped up a season-high two ground balls against Bellarmine in the GWLL opener ... had one ground ball against Air Force ... registered a season-high two shots versus Lehigh.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-time letterwinner in lacrosse and football at C.B. East ... led lacrosse team to first ever playoff victory en route to three consecutive conference championships ... earned all-conference honors during his junior and senior seasons ... captained lacrosse team during his senior season ... earned team MVP award his junior year ... a two-time all-conference selection in football during his junior and senior seasons ... named team MVP in football during his senior season after leading C.B. East to conference championship in football ... set school record for most interceptions in a season with seven ... named football player of the year by The Intelligencer (Pa.) in 2005 ... hails from the same area as former Irish player Duncan Swezey ... son of Trissy and James Felicetti ... has an older brother and sister ... brother, Josh, played collegiate football for Ithaca ... born June 24, 1987, in North Whales, Pa. ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.