Returns to Irish attack after breakthrough 2000 season...extremely tough player knows how to get the ball inside...dangerous offensive player who makes the goalie beat him...outstanding ground ball player...will be expected to contribute in more ways this season, including finishing on more goals...will benefit from balanced Irish offense...has the ability to beat defenders to the goal and gets to the cage with great speed and quickness...makes good decisions on the field...has worked hard to improve his consistency in not turning the ball over...effective player in a number of different ways because of his versatility.
AS A JUNIOR:
Started 13 of the 14 games he played...second on the team in goals scored with 28 and third overall in scoring with 29 points....led team with .418 shooting percentage...made his first career start in the season opener against Penn State...tied the Notre Dame single-game home scoring mark when he scored a career-high six goals in 17-9 win over Villanova...scored two goals in NCAA tournament quarterfinal loss at Johns Hopkins...tallied his first career hat trick in 12-8 win at Denver...scored two of Notre Dame?s first four goals in the first quarter and then tallied Notre Dame?s 12th goal of the game with eight seconds remaining in the contest...had his second career hat trick in 8-7 loss to Hofstra...recorded the third three-goal game of his career and season in 12-11 win at Butler...two of the three goals came off assists from Stedman Oakey...his third goal of the contest proved to be the game-winner with 2:55 remaining in the contest...that goal put the Irish up 12-10 in eventual 12-11 Notre Dame victory...netted the first multiple-goal game of his career as he scored twice against Penn State (first goal was an unassisted, while his second one came off an assist from David Ulrich)...scored twice in the 13-4 win over Ohio State...had a goal in 10-6 win at Air Force...started the first four games of the season...missed only start of the season against Loyola...had two goals in 20-12 win over Fairfield and one in Notre Dame?s 11-10 victory at Harvard...had a goal and an assist against Loyola in NCAA tournament first-round game...his goal with 26 seconds left in the first quarter gave the Irish a 6-2 advantage and dished off an assist to Tom Glatzel in the second quarter that gave the Irish a 9-2 lead in the game...collected four ground balls against Loyola...had 29 ground balls on the season.
AS A SOPHOMORE:
Appeared in all 14 games after seeing action in just two games in ?99...scored a goal and dished off two assists...had his first collegiate goal and assist in 17-9 win over Denver... netted his first collegiate goal in the third quarter off a Brad Owen assist and then assisted on Tom Glatzel?s fifth goal of the game with 39 seconds remaining in the third quarter...had the assist on Chris Young?s first career goal at Villanova.
AS A FRESHMAN:
Played in two games in ?98...saw action in his first collegiate game against Ohio State and also played in the season finale versus Hofstra.
PREP AND PERSONAL DATA:
Spent post-graduate year at Phillips Exeter after graduating from Winchester High School in Winchester, Mass....earned letters in three sports at Winchester... lettered three times in soccer, twice in lacrosse and once in track... played soccer and lacrosse at Phillips Exeter...tallied 34 goals and dished off 16 assists in his final season at Winchester...helped Winchester to number-one ranking in state during both the 1995 and 1996 campaigns as squad claimed two consecutive North League championships...earned all-state and all-New England honors ...named to the Boston Globe and Boston Herald all-scholastic teams as senior...selected to the all-New England Prep team in 1997... captained Winchester soccer team to Middlesex title in ?95...named to Dean?s List in fall 2000 semester...born Oct. 25, 1978...enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in History and Computer Applications.
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