Men's Lacrosse



No. 7 Irish End Season with 9-7 Loss to Denver

Garnsey tallies four goals


Preview: Irish Shoot for Second League Title in Fifth ACC Season


Replay: Irish Take Big Step


Replay: Irish Fall to Heels, End Up Third in ACC Bracket


Replay: Denver Roars Past Irish

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


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs. Army (2018)

Highlights from Notre Dame's 17-5 victory over Army to finish off the 2018 regular season.


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs. Virginia, ACC Finals (2018)

Highlights from Notre Dame's 17-7 victory over Virginia to clinch the 2018 ACC Championship title.


Irish Access Extra | @NDlacrosse vs. Duke, ACC Semifinal (2018)

Get a look inside Notre Dame's 14-11 win over Duke as they advance to the ACC Tournament Semifinals.


@NDLacrosse | Highlights vs. Duke (2018)

Highlights from Notre Dame's 14-11 win over Duke at the ACC Semifinals.


Highlights | @NDlacrosse vs UNC (2018)


Notre Dame Lacrosse vs. Denver | NCAA Tournament

Notre Dame Lacrosse falls to Denver in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.


Notre Dame vs. Army (5-5-18)

Notre Dame vs. Army at Arlotta Stadium on May 5, 2018. The Irish defeated the Black Knights by a final score of 17-5.


Notre Dame vs. Detroit Mercy (2-11-18)

Notre Dame vs. Detroit inside Loftus Sports Center on February 11, 2018.


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


  • 2017 USILA Honorable Mention All-American
  • 2017 Tewaaraton Award Watch List
  • 2017 Inside Lacrosse Midseason First Team All-American
  • 2017 Inside Lacrosse Preseason Third Team All-American
  • 2017 Preseason All-ACC Team
  • 2016 ACC Freshman of the Year

AS A JUNIOR (2018)

  • Appeared in all 15 games for the Irish, starting nine.
  • Led the team in points, recording 43 points off 29 goals and 14 assists.
  • Fired 52 shots on goal, including a season-high six SOG on four occasions.
  • His 29 goals ranked second on the team.
  • Twice scored five goals, recording six points total both times (5-1-6) - against Michigan (3/21/18) and at Duke in the ACC Tournament (4/27/18).
  • Recovered 21 ground balls, including a season-best six at North Carolina (4/21/18).
  • Forced a turnover against both Duke (4/27/18) and Denver (5/13/18).


  • Started 14 games as an attackman for the Irish in his second season
  • Led the team with 43 points and assists with 23
  • Ranked fourth on the team in goals with 20
  • Totaled 27 ground balls, ranking fifth on the squad
  • Scored a career-high six goals and added two assists in the season-opening win over Georgetown (2/18) to finish with a career-best eight points
  • Recorded a career-high four assists at Denver (3/12) while adding two goals for a six-point performance
  • Posted at least one goal and one assist in 11 outings
  • Scooped up a season-high six ground balls in the regular season win over Marquette (4/11)
  • Named the ACC Freshman of the Year
  • Started five of the 15 games he played in during his rookie season, finishing with 27 goals, 12 assists, 13 ground balls and two caused turnovers
  • Ranked second on the team in goals (27), third in assists (12) and third in points (39)
  • Scored a career-high five goals in a 17-7 win at Syracuse (4/2)
  • Posted eight multiple goal games
  • Scored four goals and dished out two assists in the regular season finale against Army (5/8)
  • Found the back of the net three times in the first round of the NCAA Championships against Air Force (5/14)
  • Recorded at least one point in 14-of-15 games, including each of the last 10 outings
  • Ranked number one by Inside Lacrosse on its 2015 Top 40 Attackmen list and number two on the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshmen list
  • Played a post-grad year at Phillips Academy Andover in Andover, Massachusetts
  • Posted 47 goals and 46 assists under the direction of head coach Steve Moreland at Phillips Academy
  • Previously suited up for Brewster Academy (Wolfeboro, New Hampshire), where he is the all-time leading scorer
  • Played club lacrosse for 3d Lacrosse
  • Earned Under Armour All-America honors
  • A U.S. Lacrosse High School All-America pick
  • New England Player of the Year as senior
  • Also played hockey all four years at Brewster Academy
  • Son of Fred and Meighan Garnsey
  • Has two siblings--Charlie and Erin
  • Sister Erin played lacrosse at New Hampshire
  • Enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a film, television and theatre major. 


Ryder Garnsey
Ryder  Garnsey


Wolfeboro, NH

High School:
Phillips Academy/Brewster Academy

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 176


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