Named tri-captain for 2000 campaign along with teammates Stephen Maio and Connor LaRose a true leader on the field, he has been an impact player for the Irish throughout his career is one of the team's most consistent mid players fearless player who wins a lot of balls in the air serves the ball well into the box from the middle of the field was more productive offensively a year ago and look looks to become more of an offensive factor this season strikes the ball extremely well and is a threat to score from anywhere on the field.
AS A JUNIOR: Started the last 13 games of the season and played in 19 contests overall missed the season opener against Northwestern earned first start of the season in the seventh game of the season fourth-leading scorer on the team with three goals and an assist (seven points) had the first multiple-goal game of his career versus Providence when he scored Notre Dame's first two goals in 4-0 win the first score came 3:32 into the contest off assists from Connor LaRose and Alan Lyskawa his second score then came 27 seconds into the second half off assists from Lyskawa and Andrew Aris scored first goal of the season against Eastern Michigan in 5-2 victory off assists from Erich Braun and Justin Ratcliffe at the 14:37 mark of the contest had the assists on game-winning goal versus Cleveland State in 1-0 victory.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned first career start in 2-1 overtime win at Villanova started final 10 games of the 1998 campaign and was in the starting lineup for 11 of the 15 games he played tallied a goal and dished off two assists netted his first career goal in 2-0 win over West Virginia in the regular-season finale his score at 53:36 off a Matt Johnson assist put the Irish up 1-0 in the contest had his first career assist in 2-1 loss at Providence when he led Shane Walton on a crossing shot at 15:28 which put the Irish up 1-0 also had the assist on Matt Johnson's goal at 77:32 in 3-0 win at Boston College.
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in five games during '97 season made first collegiate appearance versus Indiana played in two BIG EAST contests.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Four-year starter in the midfield one of three players on the Irish roster from Texas helped team to two undefeated campaigns in four seasons and four state and conference championships team won 1997 Meintser Championship by beating public school teams in the Dallas metro area two-time all-state selection who was twice voted team MVP captained squad in final scholastic campaign named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star team for the 1998-99 and 1999-2000 school years named to the Dean's List following the 2000 spring semester after earning a 3.750 grade point average born Sept. 28, 1978 enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major.
Pridmore's Career Statistics
|Year ||GP-GS ||Sh ||G ||A ||Pts ||GW|
|1997 ||5-0 ||0 ||0 ||0 ||0 ||0|
|1998 ||15-11 ||13 ||1 ||2 ||4 ||1|
|1999 ||19-13 ||31 ||3 ||1 ||7 ||1|
|Totals ||39-24 ||44 ||4 ||3 ||11 ||2|