Played in every game of the 2010 and 2011 seasons after missing all of the 2009 campaign and most of the 2008 season due to injury ... played in 35 career games with the Fighting Irish, tallying 38 points on 26 goals and 12 assists ... 22 ground balls ... transferred from the University of Massachusetts following his freshman season ... appeared in one game for the Minutemen during the 2007 season as he battled injuries.
AS A FIFTH-YEAR SENIOR: Played in all 14 games ... tallied career-high totals in goals (16) and points (20) ... dished out four assists ... picked up a career-high 10 ground balls ... scored his first goal of the season against in an 11-7 win over Drexel ... followed that game up with a two-goal showing in a 10-9 win at Denver ... scored two goals and added an assist in an 8-3 win at Rutgers ... matched a career-high mark with three goals in a 12-8 besting of Villanova ... posted a goal and an assist in a 7-6 win over Georgetown ... had two goals in a 14-3 victory at Providence ... deposited two goals in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina ... notched a career-high four points on three goals and an assist in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship ... assisted on a goal in the 7-5 loss to Duke in the NCAA quarterfinals ... earned his second monogram.
AS A SENIOR: Played in 17 games, including seven starts ... posted career-high totals in goals (7) and assists (6) along with picking up a career-best eight ground balls ... started the 2010 season by posting a career-high two goals and one assist during the 11-7 besting of Duke ... the three-point effort against the Blue Devils was a career-high total ... scored a goal in the 12-8 victory over Penn State ... tallied a goal and an assist in an 11-9 triumph of Loyola ... assisted on a goal in the Fairfield contest ... recorded a goal and two assists in the 14-7 win over Denver ... picked up a career-high three ground balls against Rutgers ... scored a goal in an 11-3 win over Providence ... tallied a goal against Syracuse ... notched an assist to help the Irish down Cornell 12-7 in the NCAA Championship semifinals ... earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Missed the entire season due to an injury.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in first four games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury ... tallied five points on three goals and two assists ... picked up four ground balls ... attempted seven shots ... scored a goal and assisted on another in a 7-6 season-opening win at Loyola ... tallied a goal and an assist in the next contest, a 15-9 triumph of Penn State in the home opener ... picked up a season-high two ground balls against the Nittany Lions ... scored a goal in a 16-6 win at Villanova ... injured against the Wildcats and did not play again the rest of the season.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A prep All-American ... named the Ohio midfielder of the year ... two-time first-team all-Ohio and two-time first-team all-Midwest ... selected as his team's offensive MVP twice ... team captain as a senior ... as a junior, his team was the state runner-up ... led the team in scoring that season ... scored the winning goal with 10 seconds remaining in the semifinal game of the state tournament ... named an Inside Lacrosse `Young Gun' ... Top 205 Camp all-star ... Top Star Camp `Fab Forty' all-star ... Notre Dame Midwest Challenge Camp all-star ... son of Cynthia and Michael Igoe ... has four siblings ... father played baseball at Notre Dame and his grandfather played basketball for the Fighting Irish ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May of 2010 with a history degree.
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