Debuted each year at the OSCARS - the year-end highlight video provides a look back at all 26 varsity sports competed at the University of Notre Dame and is created in cooperation with the Student Welfare and Development Office and LeSea Broadcasting.
The Irish Men's Lacrosse team took on Yale at Arlotta Stadium on May 13th.
Will serve as one of four team captains during his senior season ... has earned a monogram in each of his first three seasons at Notre Dame ... has played in 41 career games, including 30 starts ... 34 points on 22 goals and 12 assists ... 22 ground balls ... has played at both midfield and attack during his Fighting Irish career ... has a good all-around offensive game ... the coaching staff feels he is playing the most complete lacrosse of his career ... strong and quick and provides a change of pace.
AS A JUNIOR (2012): Started all 16 games on Notre Dame's first midfield line ... posted career-high totals in goals (13), assists (8) and points (21) ... picked up nine ground balls ... had an assist in the 7-3 season-opening victory over Duke ... netted two goals in a 4-3 overtime setback to Penn State ... assisted on the goal that tied the game 4-4 with just over a minute remaining in an eventual 6-5 overtime win at Hofstra ... assisted on the game winner in a 10-9 triple-overtime win over Denver ... also scored a goal in the victory over the Pioneers ... began a career-best nine-game goal streak with a one-goal, two-assist performance against Rutgers, a 12-9 Irish win ... notched one goal and one assist in the 13-6 victory over St. John's at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic ... scored one goal in wins against Providence (9-1), Georgetown (9-7) and Villanova (10-7) ... produced two goals and one assist in an 8-6 win over Syracuse that clinched the BIG EAST regular-season title for the Irish ... kept the goal streak going with a tally in an 8-7 setback to St. John's in the semifinals of the BIG EAST Championship ... registered a goal and an assist in a 13-7 win over Yale in the first round of the NCAA Championship ... put Notre Dame up 9-8 midway through the fourth quarter of a 12-10 win over Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship ... earned his third monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011): A starter in all 14 games ... posted eight goals and four assists ... picked up a career-best 11 ground balls ... scored a goal in back-to-back wins over Penn State (6-2) and Drexel (11-7) ... came up big in a 10-9 win at Denver by tallying a career-high three goals ... netted a goal in an 8-3 victory at Rutgers in the BIG EAST opener ... notched first career assist in a 12-8 win over Villanova ... had a goal in a 10-7 besting of St. John's ... two assists in a 14-3 victory at Providence ... scored a goal in an 11-8 setback at Syracuse ... assisted on a goal in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship ... picked up two ground balls versus Drexel and St. John's ... earned his second monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010): Played in 11 games during his rookie season ... came on strong towards the end of the season ... one goal and picked up two ground balls ... saw his first action during the sixth game of the season, a 14-7 win over Denver ... played in the final nine contests of the season ... scored a goal and picked up a ground ball in an 11-3 win over Providence ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner in lacrosse ... team captain as a senior ... first team all-area, all-league and all-state ... selected to New Jersey state all-star game ... Under Armour Underclassmen All-America game MVP ... named Morris County Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Morris County champions ... member of two non-public state championship teams ... earned three letters in football ... New Jersey tournament of champions runner-up as a junior in football ... first-team all-conference and all-county at wide receiver and cornerback ... received football team's MVP award as a senior ... high honors student ... an AP art student in high school ... son of Gene and Jane Foley ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as an economics major.