AS A SENIOR (2018)
- Appeared in all 15 games for the Irish in 2018.
- Was second on the team in ground balls, picking up 59, including a team-best nine on two occasions - at Ohio State (3/25/19) and North Carolina (4/21/18).
- Fired three shots on goal.
- Posted a faceoff percentage of 0.564.
AS A JUNIOR (2017)
- Played in all 15 games for the Irish as a faceoff man
- Won a career-high 61 faceoffs on the season and collected a personal best 21 ground balls
- Finished with a career-high 10 faceoff wins in the victory over North Carolina (4/22)
- Posted a career-best five ground balls at Duke (4/8)
AS A SOPHOMORE (2016)
- Selected to the All-ACC Academic Team
- Played in 13 games for the Irish as a faceoff man, winning 32 faceoffs and recording 13 ground balls and a caused turnover
- Won the overtime faceoff which helped to seal the victory over Marquette (4/13)
AS A FRESHMAN (2015)
- Suited up for nine games in his first season with the Irish
- Made his debut with a face-off in home opener against Georgetown and went 1-1
- Scooped up six ground balls
- US Lacrosse All-American as a senior at Howard High School
- Selected for the C. Markland Award (top 4A/3A player in the state of Maryland) as a senior
- Named the 2014 Lacrosse Player of the Year in Howard County, Maryland
- First Team All-Howard County during his senior campaign
- Public school All-State Team as a senior
- Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association (MSLCA) Senior All-Star Team
- First Team All-Metro (Washington, DC) and Second Team All-Metro (Baltimore)
- Tallied 37 goals and 14 assists as a senior in addition to picking up 256 ground balls (a Howard County record)
- Won 83 percent of his faceoff attempts during his senior season
- Howard was the 2014 Maryland state finalist (4A/3A) and county champions
- Played for the Roughriders LC (Md.)
- Competed on the Howard varsity football team as a junior and senior
- Two-time All-County football player
- Named Howard High School Male Athlete of the Year as a senior
- Son of Jack and Laurie Travisano
- Has a younger brother, Michael, and an older sister, Samantha
- Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is double majoring in economics and finance
5John Travisano, Jr.