Returns for a fifth season ... missed all of the 2005 season to an injury ... will serve as a captain this season along with Bill Liva and Joey Kemp ... three-time monogram winner ... arguably the team's most talented allaround player ... scored a team-high 31 goals last season ... tied for the team lead in points with 50 ... shared that distinction with senior Pat Walsh ... the duo finish tied for 20th nationally in points per game with a 3.33 average ... two-time all-GWLL selection ... has played in 38 career games, including 27 starts ... has 85 career points on 52 goals and 23 assists to go along with 51 ground balls ... possesses a lot of talent and can do many things on the field ... a threat in every situation ... has developed his game in every way ... skills and field sense have improved ... possesses large frame that has grown and matured, but still runs well ... adept at shooting with either hand ... very good dodger ... missed fall of '02 with an injury ... 13th Irish lacrosse player from Delbarton (more than any other high school).
AS A SENIOR: All-GWLL first-team selection ... tallied a team-high 31 goals to go along with 19 assists ... his 50 points tied him for the team lead with Pat Walsh ... the duo concluded the season with a 3.33 points per game average, which ranked them 20th nationally ... collected at least one point in every game ... dished out two assists in an 8-4 seasonopening win against #14 Penn State ... tallied two goals and two assists in a 9-6 loss to #8 Cornell ... had another two-goal, two-assist performance in a 9-7 win over North Carolina ... matched a career-high with four goals to go along with one assist in a 10-7 win over Villanova ... notched two goals in an 8-2 win versus Bellarmine ... netted a hat trick in a 13-5 loss at #5 Hofstra ... scored a goal and assisted on another in an 11-5 win over Brown ... had a three-point game in an 8-7 win over Dartmouth as he scored two goals and assisted on another Irish tally ... had a twopoint day with one goal and one assist in a 9-8 win over Butler in the GWLL opener ... dished out an assist versus Denver ... netted a hat trick against Air Force ... had a fourpoint day versus Lehigh on two goals and two assists ... career-high day with six points on three goals and three assists in a 10-8 win over Ohio State ... notched another six points in a 19-7 win over Quinnipiac on a career high-tying four goals and two assists ... scored two goals and assisted on another in a 14-10 loss at #1 Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament ... earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Did not play the entire season due to a knee injury suffered just nine days before the season opener ... preseason honorable mention All-America by Inside Lacrosse.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Moved to midfield and stepped into starting role to became one of team's top offensive threats ... tabbed to all-GWLL second team ... finished third on team - and first among midfielders - in scoring with 29 points (18 G, 11 A) ... led team in shots (88) and shots on goal (48) ... major part of Irish offensive unit that finished second in Division I in scoring offense (12.50 goals per game) ... also helped Irish lead GWLL and rank 14th nationally in man-up offense (.358), scoring three EMO goals ... had multiple points in eight games after doing so just once during all of `03 ... first seven goals of season came in the first half of games, including five in the first quarter ... after not having more than two points in a game in 2003, registered six points (2 G, 4 A) in season opener vs. #17 Penn State ... scored first goal of season for Irish and also put Notre Dame up for good at 6-5 late in second quarter ... netted career-high four goals (three in the fourth quarter) against #13 Hofstra to go along with one assist ... scored three times and had an assist at Butler ... also had four points (2 G, 2 A) against #17 Ohio State, capped off by an unassisted man-up tally with 28 seconds remaining to tie the score 8-8 ... scored a goal and notched a pair of assists at Air Force ... had a pair of goals vs. #9 North Carolina and Dartmouth ... scored first Notre Dame goal at #16 Loyola and added an assist ... tied score 2-2 at #3 Syracuse ... only goalless efforts came at #17 Denver and at #3 Maryland ... fired careerhigh 12 shots against Buckeyes ... had season-high three ground balls vs. Nittany Lions ... collected two on eight occasions ... did not play vs. Fairfield ... called for pushing penalty against Butler.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 12 games and started once ... scored three goals and dished off three assists ... one of six Irish rookies who saw action in the season opener against Penn State ... registered his first career points in 14-5 victory over Pennsylvania, as he finished with a goal and an assist ... netted the final goal of the game with 5:50 remaining for his first collegiate goal ... dished off his first career assist on Matt Howell's goal with 10:45 remaining in the third quarter, which gave the Irish an 8-4 advantage ... added one goal and gathered two ground balls in victory against Hartford ... earned first career start against Ohio State and scored a goal and picked up two ground balls in 11-5 loss to the Buckeyes ... assisted on Brian Giordano's final goal of the game at 3:50 remaining in the fourth period in 13-4 win over Air Force ... dished off an assist in Irish win over Harvard ... collected seven ground balls.
PREP AND PERSONAL DATA: A high school All-American as a senior who led Delbarton to the New Jersey state championship in 2002 ... copped team MVP honors, in addition to earning all-city and all-state accolades as a senior ... led team to three state and regional crowns ... squad earned a secnational ranking each of his four seasons ...holds school record for most goals in a season with 51 ... finished career with 141 career points ... three-sport athlete who earned letters in lacrosse, soccer, and bowling ... named MVP of the North/South National All-Star Game for 2002 ... brothers Greg and Andrew both played lacrosse at Georgetown ... born April 14, 1984 ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters as a computer applications and film, television, and theater double major.