Images from Notre Dame's season that culminated in a run to the NCAA title game
Fighting Irish knock off the Big Red in the NCAA semifinals.
Received a monogram as a senior ... played in 16 career games ... picked up seven ground balls ... battled injuries during much of his career.
AS A SENIOR: Earned his first monogram ... saw action in wins over Providence (11-3) and St. John's (13-6).
AS A JUNIOR: Played in four games ... matched a career-high total with three ground balls ... picked up three ground balls in a 19-7 victory over Loyola in the season opener.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in five contests ... scooped up three ground balls ... played in wins over Villanova (16-6), Bellarmine (19-7), Quinnipiac (16-6), Air Force (13-5) and Quinnipiac (10-6) in the GWLL tournament ... picked up two ground balls in the Villanova game.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in five games ... picked up one ground ball ... played in wins over Drexel (16-5), Bellarmine (11-3), Villanova (15-5), Air Force (16-4) and Lehigh (14-2) ... collected a ground ball against Drexel.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-time letterwinner in lacrosse and basketball ... captained lacrosse team to a third-straight regional championship during his senior season ... led defensive unit that won the state championship in his junior season as well as a conference championship ... team also won the conference championship during his sophomore season ... averaged a double-double in basketball during his junior season ... set the Maryland state swimming record in the 400 IM as a 12 year-old ... member of the National Honor Society ... attended same school as current teammate Eric Keppeler and former Irish teammate Ryan Hoff ... son of Laurie Lavietes and Adrian Lanser ... father graduated from Notre Dame in 1986 ... has two younger brothers and one younger sister ... born August 5, 1988, in Atlanta, Ga. ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a political science major ... possesses a 3.187 cumulative GPA.
Lanser's Career Statistics