AS A JUNIOR (2016)
- Named a USILA First Team All-American.
- Selected to the All-ACC Team and the All-ACC Academic Team.
- Two-time ACC Player of the Week Recipient for his performances against Virginia (3/19) and Georgetown (2/20)
- Started all 15 games for the Irish, finishing with 26 goals, four assists, 14 ground balls and three caused turnovers.
- Ranked third on the team in goals (26) and fourth in points (30).
- Notched three or more goals in six games.
- Scored a season-high four goals on three occasions against Georgetown (2/20), Detroit (2/27) and UNC (4/23).
- Also scored three goals against Virginia (3/19) and twice against Duke (4/10 & 4/29).
- Scored the game-tying goal in regulation with 23 seconds remaining before scoring the game winning overtime goal against Virginia (3/19).
AS A SOPHOMORE (2015): Started all 15 games for the Irish ... finished as the team's third-leading scorer ... netted a team-high 34 goals ... dished off seven assists ... first-team USILA All-America selection ... All- ACC team honoree ... ACC All Academic Team honoree ... scooped 22 ground balls ... earned a spot on the NCAA Men's Lacrosse Championship All-Tournament Team for the second straight year ... tallied six hat tricks ... named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... scored 10 goals and dished off one assist in Notre Dame's three games during its NCAA tournament run ... scored at least two goals in 11 contests ... earned his second monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2014): Registered a stellar rookie campaign for the Fighting Irish ... ranked fourth on the team in goals (28) and points (33) ... the 28 goals were the most ever for a Notre Dame freshman midfielder ...his 10 man-up goals were tied for the team lead ... 16 ground balls ... his 94 shots were the second-most on the team ... nine multiple-goal games ... named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... scored two goals (both man-up) in the season opener, a 19-7 win at Jacksonville ... netted two man-up goals, including the game winner, in the 11-10 come-from-behind victory at North Carolina in the ACC opener ... scored a man-advantage goal in the 10-7 setback to Denver ... two goals in the 18-9 besting of Virginia ... had one tally in the 13-7 win at Ohio State ... picked up a season-high three ground balls at Syracuse ... had a goal in back-to-back games against Duke and Marquette ... also had an assist in the win at Marquette ... went for four goals and one assist in the 15-5 victory over Robert Morris ... notched a man-up goal in the regular-season setback to Maryland ... assisted on Notre Dame's third goal in the 6-5 win over Maryland in the semifinals of the ACC Championship ... scored two goals in four straight games beginning with the 15-14 besting of Syracuse in the title game of the ACC Championship ... two man-up goals and one assist in the 18-17 win over Army ... two tallies in the 13-5 win over Harvard in the first round of the NCAA Championship ... also had two goals versus Albany in Notre Dame's 14-13 overtime triumph in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship ... exploded for a season-high five goals in the 11-9 setback to Duke in the national title game ... all five tallies (one man-up) came in the second half, including three fourth-quarter goals, as Notre Dame nearly completed an impressive comeback ... selected to the NCAA All-Tournament Team ... earned a monogram.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned All-America honors as a junior and senior ... No. 58 overall and the No. 20 midfielder in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshmen ... four-year varsity player at Brother Rice and captained the team as a junior and senior ... helped Brother Rice win four state titles ... Michigan player of the year as a junior and senior ... Midwest Scholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association Player of the Year as a senior ... was the North regional recipient of the Bob Scott Award, which is given annually to seniors who truly honors lacrosse, is invested in the development of the game in his community, is an exceptional player who continually strives to improve his game, and is an exemplary member of his team ... three-year varsity football player at Brother Rice and captained the team as a senior ... football squad won state titles during his junior and senior seasons ... first team all-state in football ... son of Vasko and Kristina Perkovic ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major ... boasts a 3.638 cumulative GPA.