Men's Lacrosse

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Brendan Cannon
Brendan Cannon

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Haverford, Pa.

High School:
The Haverford School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 165

Position:
A

Major:
English


An All-American attackman who is among the best in the country ... Very quick ... Carries the ball well ... Excellent vision and feeding ability ... Will be looked upon to carry the ball for the offense and be a leader on the offensive end again this season.

2007: The ECAC Offensive Player of the Year ... A second team All-America selection ... Named the team's Outstanding Offensive Player ... Led the team in scoring with 44 points ... Scored a team-high 21 goals and led the squad in assists with 23 ... Took a team-high 90 shots ... Sixth on the team with 34 ground balls ... Recorded 13 multi-point games, seven multi-goal games and seven multi-assist games ... Scored a career-high six points with three goals and three assists against Navy ... Had four games with four points, at St. John's, at Delaware, vs. Fairfield and at UMass ... Scored two goals and had an assist at Syracuse ... Had three assists against Hobart ... Scored two goals and had an assist against Rutgers ... Scored three goals against Penn State ... Scored the game-winning goal in overtime against Princeton in the NCAA Tournament.

2006: A first-team All-ECAC selection ... An honorable mention All-America ... Started all 14 games ... Led the team in scoring with 36 points ... Registered a team-high 32 assists, the second-most in a single season at Georgetown ... Ranked No. 4 nationally in assists per game (2.29) and ranked No. 19 in the country in points per game (3.29) ... Had 11 games with at least two assists ... Had 13 multi-point games ... Took a team-high 90 shots ... Third on the team with 37 ground balls ... Fourth on the team with 14 goals ... Had four assists and five ground balls against St. John's ... Two goals, two assists and four ground balls at Syracuse ... One goal, three assists and three ground balls vs. Hobart ... One goal and four assists against Mount St. Mary's ... One goal, two assists and three ground balls at Navy ... Two goals and three assists at Fairfield ... Two goals, two assists and two ground balls at Loyola ... Three assists at Rutgers ... One goal, three assists and four ground balls in ECAC-clinching win at Penn State ... One goal and two assists against Navy in the NCAA Tournament.

2005: Appeared in 13 games, starting five times ... Missed the first two games due to injury ... Played next seven games at midfield, then switched to attack ... Started the last six games on attack, and became the main dodging threat at that position ... Scored 19 points in the last six games ... Finished fifth on the team in scoring ... Tallied 15 goals and eight assists for 23 points ... Fourth on the team in goals scored ... Scored two goals against Hobart ... Scored two goals and had two ground balls against Loyola ... Had a goal and an assist against UMass ... Recorded three assists and four ground balls against Rutgers ... Scored four goals and added one assist against Penn State ... Accumulated three goals and one groundball against Army in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Won Georgetown's Outstanding Freshman Award ... Recorded three goals, one assist and four ground balls against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.

High School: A standout in lacrosse, soccer, track and swimming for Haverford ... Won nine varsity letters ... Lacrosse team won Inter-Ac in 2001, 2002 and 2004.

Personal: Brother of former Hoya captain Peter Cannon (C'06) ... Son of Susan and Michael Cannon.

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