Men's Lacrosse



Irish Student-Athletes Celebrate 21st Annual Pediatric Christmas Party

More than 200 attend this year's party including patients and family members from local hospitals


Replay: Denver Roars Past Irish

The two squads had combined for seven NCAA Championship Weekend appearances since 2011.


Replay: No Arlotta Shocker--Yet Another One-Goal Game


Irish Men’s Lacrosse Building Anew


Replay: Irish Taking Longer Early Look in Mirror

Irish coach Kevin Corrigan is trying a new wrinkle


Notre Dame vs. Syracuse

No. 1 Notre Dame vs. No. 3 Syracuse on April 1, 2017 at Arlotta Stadium.


Notre Dame vs. No. 1 Maryland

Notre Dame vs. No. 1 Maryland on March 6, 2017 in Arlotta Stadium


Men's Lacrosse vs. Duke (ACC Tournament)

April 29, 2016


Notre Dame vs. Marquette

Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse hosts Marquette at Arlotta Stadium.


Notre Dame v. Duke

Notre Dame Men's Lacrosse hosts Duke at Arlotta Stadium.


  • Enters the 2018 season ranked tied for seventh in career goals (106)
  • 2017 Tewaaraton Watch List
  • 2017 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Honorable Mention All-American
  • 2017 Preseason All-ACC
  • ACC Offensive Player of the Week (4/24/17)

AS A JUNIOR (2017)

  • Started all 15 games for the Irish in his third season as an attackman
  • Led Notre Dame in goals with 33 and added four assists to total 37 points
  • Posted a team-high six hat tricks during the 2017 campaign
  • Registered a season-high five goals in the win over North Carolina (4/22)
  • Tallied five points with four goals and an assist in the victory over Georgetown (2/18) in the season opener in Frisco, Texas.
  • Became just the eighth player in Notre Dame history to reach the 100-goal milestone for a career at Army (5/6)
  • Recorded a career-best shot percentage of .492 during his junior season
  • Collected 21 ground balls on the year


  • Started all 15 games for the Irish in an attack role, scoring 40 goals and adding four assists, 17 ground balls and three caused turnovers.
  • Led the team in goals (40) and man-up goals (7) while also ranking second in points (44) and shot percentage (.471).
  • Scored in 13-of-15 games, including nine outings with three or more goals.
  • Tied the Notre Dame record for most goals in a home game with six in a 14-5 win over Detroit (2/27) and added an assist for a career-high seven points.
  • Posted a huge six-point performance with five goals and an assist in the first round win of the NCAA Tournament over Air Force (5/14).
  • Collected a season-high four ground balls and added a goal in the win over Duke (4/10).
  • Scored four goals on three occasions, coming against Maryland (3/5), Syracuse (4/2) and UNC (5/22).


  • Had an exceptional first season with the Irish, starting in all 15 games of the season
  • Made his debut with six goals in the season opener against Georgetown
  • Tallied 33 goals and four assists
  • Recorded 26 ground balls
  • Scored at least one goal in six consecutive games 
  • Rated fourth in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshmen
  • Scored four goals en route to being named MVP of the Under Armour All-American Game
  • Played his freshman and sophomore seasons at Glenelg High School before finishing his career at St. Paul's
  • Tallied 141 goals and 45 assists during his two seasons at St. Paula's
  • His 72 goals as a senior broke the St. Paul's record that he established the previous season when he deposited 69 goals
  • First Team All-Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) and First Team All-Metro as a senior
  • Finalist for the Kelly Award (best player in Maryland) as a senior
  • Earned All-MIAA accolades as a junior in addition to being a Baltimore Under Armour Underclass All-American
  • First Team All-Baltimore Sun as a junior and senior
  • Played club lacrosse for Baltimore Rock
  • Tallied 83 points and was named the team's offensive MVP during his freshman season at Glenelg
  • As a sophomore, produced 93 points, was named offensive MVP for Glenelg and was tapped as a Brine All-American
  • Competed on the Glenelg football and basketball teams
  • Team captain of the St. Paul's football squad as a senior
  • Received the Mathematics Achievement Award at St. Paul's as a senior
  • Son of Brian and Karen Wynne
  • Has four brothers, Josh, Zach, Nick and Kevin
  • Father played lacrosse at Salisbury, while mother played field hockey at Salisbury
  • Three older brothers played college lacrosse
  • Enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a film, television, and theatre major with a concentration in television studies and a business economics minor.

Mikey Wynne
Mikey  Wynne


Sykesville, MD

High School:
St. Paul's

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185


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