One of two All-Americans returning for Irish in 2001 and team?s leading scorer from a year ago will act as one of four Irish co-captains...versatile, all-around player who helps team in many different areas...finds ways to contribute in many different situations...has tremendous understanding of the game...intelligent player who is a good finisher around the goal...an integral part of the Irish offensive scheme.
AS A JUNIOR:
Honorable Mention selection on the USILA/STX All-America team...selected to the Great Western Lacrosse all-conference team and was named GWLL Player of the Week for the week of April 3...selected national player-of-the-week by Warrior/Inside Lacrosse for his performance in the first round of the NCAA tournament...in the NCAA quarterfinal game, became the 15th player in school history to tally 100 career points...started all 14 games and led the team in scoring with career bests of 38 goals and 18 assists (56 points)...had either a goal or an assist in 13 of 14 contests (the only game in which he did not record a goal was in the regular season against Loyola)...tied his career high for goals and points in netting five goals and dishing off two assists in 13-4 win over Ohio State ...also had seven points in NCAA tournament first-round game against Loyola as he tallied four goals and dished off three assists...had a goal and an assist in 15-11 loss to Johns Hopkins in quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament...scored all four of his goals and dished off two of his three assists in helping Notre Dame enjoy a 10-5 halftime advantage against Loyola ...scored three of Notre Dame?s first seven goals in the game...had seven points in 17-9 win over Villanova when he scored three goals and dished off a career-high four assists...tied his career best with five goals against Fairfield...had four goals against Harvard as he was credited with comeback against the Crimson by scoring four of Notre Dame?s seven straight goals...with the Irish trailing, 8-4 in the game, he netted three consecutive goals to pull Notre Dame to within 8-7 with 2:22 remaining in the third quarter...netted the go-ahead score with 19 seconds remaining in the third quarter which gave the Irish a 9-8 lead...he tallied all four of his scores in second-half comeback as he tallied three of the team?s first seven goals in the second half...had previously tied his career high with five goals against Air Force in 10-6 win...scored three goals and dished off two assists in 12-11 win over Butler...led the Irish with two goals and an assist in the season opener against Penn State...also had two goals and an assist in 10-5 win at Army...also had a goal and an assist against Hofstra...put the Irish up 2-0 against the Quakers in the first quarter for his only score of the game...had a goal and an assist in 12-8 win at Denver...had a career-high six ground balls in the game...also had six ground balls in the win over Villanova...had five ground balls in the Penn State, Pennsylvania, Air Force and Loyola contests...second on the team with 61 ground balls.
AS A SOPHOMORE:
A starter in 13 of 14 games in ?99...was a starter in the first 12 games of the season before missing his first regular-season start of the 1999 campaign in home finale versus Harvard...second-leading scorer on the team with 26 goals and 15 assists (41 points)...had either a goal or an assist in all 14 games...netted two goals in first-round NCAA tournament loss to Georgetown...had a career-high five goals and dished off two assists for a personal-best seven points in 17-9 win over Denver...contributed four goals and two assists in 15-7 win over Army...netted three goals in wins over Air Force and Villanova...had two goals and assist against Harvard...had a goal and an assist in come-from-behind wins over Butler and Harvard...dished off a career-high three assists in overtime loss at Hofstra and in 9-7 win at Massachusetts...assisted on two of Chris Dusseau?s three goals against the Dutchmen, including the score which tied the contest with 3:49 remaining in regulation...assisted on the first three of Dusseau?s game-high six goals against the Minutemen...collected 30 ground balls...one of four Irish players to earn Great Western Lacrosse League player-of-the-week honors during the 1999 campaign.
AS A FRESHMAN:
Made three starts in the seven games he played in ?98...saw action in his first collegiate game against Denver...earned first career start against Georgetown and made subsequent starts against Massachusetts and Harvard... finished the season with two goals and an assist...dished off first career assist in the Denver game...assist was to Dan Butler in the fourth quarter...netted the first two goals of his career in 8-7 loss to Massachusetts...scored Notre Dame?s first goal of the game in that contest with 14:05 remaining in the second quarter and also netted first of the second half that pulled the Irish to within 5-3.
PREP AND PERSONAL DATA:
One of four Irish players who attended and played at Boys? Latin...played on same high school teams as current Notre Dame seniors Dave and Todd Ulrich as well as freshman Dan Berger...two-year letterwinner in three sports ? lacrosse, basketball and soccer...helped Boys? Latin to the state title and high school lacrosse national championship in 1997 as team completed an undefeated 17-0 campaign...finished the season ranked number one nationally...finished the season as one of the team?s leading scorers with 55 points...two-time Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) honorable mention selection ...earned second-team all-city honors as a junior and senior and was a second-team all-state honoree in his final scholastic campaign...played in several all-star games...also helped team to conference championship in soccer in his senior season...hails from a lacrosse family...father Ed played lacrosse at Maryland and brother John is a member of the Syracuse team...born May 27, 1979...enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.
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