Athletic and talented player ... three-time monogram winner ... has played in 33 career games with 12 goals and five assists for 17 points along with 33 ground balls ... boasts as good - and hard - a shot as any player on the team ... has learned to be more poised as a shooter ... can help on Notre Dame extra-man opportunities ... has potential to develop into impact player with continued exposure to high level of play ... skilled player who can be a potent offensive threat ... smart competitor ... first St. Albans graduate ever to play lacrosse at Notre Dame.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in all 15 games ... registered four goals and three assists for seven points ... picked up 24 ground balls ... attempted 17 shots ... whistled for two penalties, totaling 1:30 in penalty time ... notched an assist in the season-opener, an 8-4 victory over #14 Penn State ... tallied a goal and an assist in a 10-7 win at Villanova ... in the next contest, he matched a career-high with two goals in an 8-2 win at Bellarmine ... he had scored two goals in a game on two other occasions ... the two-game goal and point streak matched career-best marks ... dished out an assist in an 11-5 victory over Brown ...netted a goal in a 10-8 win over Ohio State ... picked up a career-high six ground balls in a 19-7 win over Quinnipiac in the regular-season finale ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 11 games ... notched four goals, which was the most for any member of Notre Dame's sophomore class ... scored a goal in the seasonopening 14-6 win at #21 Penn State ... matched a career best with two groundballs against Cornell ... tallied a goal and picked up a ground ball in an 11-7 victory at Villanova ... secured one ground ball apiece in games versus Air Force and Fairfield ... scored a manup goal in the 16-5 season-ending victory at Ohio State.
AS A FRESHMAN: Came on late in the season to provide offensive spark in Irish midfield in 2004 ... accounted for four goals and two assists in seven games ... had two goals and an assist against both Butler and Fairfield, seeing extensive playing time in both contests ... first career tally came early in second quarter vs. Bulldogs to put Irish up 3-1 ... had a pair of points in 21 seconds in opening period against the Stags, assisting on an Owen Mulford goal to tie the score 3-3 and then putting ND up for good with a goal of his own with just under four minutes left in the period ... had a pair of ground balls vs. Bulldogs and one against Fairfield ... made collegiate debut in season opener vs. #17 Penn State and also played against #16 Loyola, Dartmouth, Air Force, and #3 Maryland.
PREP AND PERSONAL DATA: Won two letters in swimming, two more in soccer, and three in lacrosse at St. Albans High School ...was a first-team all-city selection in lacrosse following a team-leading 46-point (24 goals, 18 assists) senior season ... served as captain of soccer team during senior year ... comes from family of successful collegiate athletes ... father, Scott, was a swimmer at Maryland, serving as team captain and qualifying for the NCAA Championships in 1970 ...grandfather, Tom, played lacrosse and soccer at Navy, winning a national championship in the latter in 1944 ... other grandfather, John Belko, played baseball and football at Lafayette ... cousins Jesse and Andy Hubbard played lacrosse at Princeton, combining for four NCAA titles ... born July 3, 1985 ... carries a 3.003 cumulative GPA ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a sociology and economics double major.