The Hoyas defeated the Friars, 8-5, on Saturday, April 9 at Cooper Field.
The Hoyas fell to No. 4 Denver, 17-4, at Cooper Field in front of a CBS Sports Network audience.
The Georgetown men's lacrosse team fell to Mount St. Mary's in the 2016 home-opener at Cooper Field.
Georgetown defeated Marquette in the BIG EAST Championship Semifinal on Thursday, April 30 at Villanova Stadium.
The Hoyas defeated St. John's on Senior Day to concludt the 2015 regular season.
2018: BIG EAST Champions … Named a Third Team USILA All-American … Tabbed All-BIG EAST First Team and named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team … Team captain for the Blue & Gray … Led the Hoyas is assists with 24 to go with 23 goals for 47 points … Became the 23rd player in program history to amass 100 career points … Started all 17 games for Georgetown … Posted six multi-goal games, including a hat-trick against No. 3/3 Denver (3/31) and four against No. 12/14 Villanova (5/3) in the BIG EAST Semifinals … Tallied two goals and four assists for a career best six points in the NCAA First Round at Johns Hopkins (5/13) … Notched three man-up goals and scored the game-winner in the BIG EAST Semifinals against Villanova.
2017: Named All-BIG EAST Second Team for the second time in his career ... Started all 14 games for the Hoyas at midfield ... Tallied 14 goals and 12 assists for 26 points, fourth most on the team ... Collected 28 ground balls on the year, including a career-high five against Mount St. Mary's (4/18) ... Recorded multi-goal games against Robert Morris (3/7), Hobart (3/11) and No. 17 Loyola (3/22) ... Posted four points against Hobart and Mount St. Mary's ... Scored man-up goals against No. 4 Notre Dame (2/18) and Loyola.
2016: Named an Inside Lacrosse Preseason Second Team All-American ... A Preseason All-BIG EAST selection ... Named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... Played in all 14 games as a sophomore, starting all but one ... Ranked fifth on the Hoyas with 10 points on 10 goals ... His 10 goals ranked third on the squad ... Recorded a hat trick, including two man-up goals, against BIG EAST Champion Marquette (3/26) ... Scored a pair of goals, one in a man-up situation, against Providence (4/9) ... Added man-up goals against Mount St. Mary's (3/1), Fairfield (3/8) to tie for the team lead with five ... Hauled in 15 ground balls, including three against Providence and St. John's (4/30) ... Credited with five cause turnovers, including two against No. 18 Villanova.
2015: Played and started all 16 games at midfield during his freshman season ... Was named an honorable mention USILA All-American, the first freshman in program history to earn All-America honors ... Named All-BIG EAST Second Team ... Finished third on the team with 37 points on 16 goals and 21 assists ... His 21 assists were third on the team and eighth in the BIG EAST ... Scored his first career goal vs. Towson (2/22) ... Had career-high three assists vs. Hofstra (2/28) ... Had two goals and one assist in victory at Loyola (Md.) (3/18) ... Had two goals and two assists in win vs. Villanova (4/11) ... Had a career-high five points and three goals in BIG EAST semifinal win over Marquette (4/30) ... Had two goals and one assist in BIG EAST Championship Game loss to Denver (5/2) ... Was named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team.
Prior to Georgetown: A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter in lacrosse and a four-year letterwinner and three-year letterwinner in football ... Selected lacrosse team captain for his junior and senior seasons ... A two-time US Lacrosse All-American ... Selected a 2014 Under Armour All-American ... Named 2014 Long Island Player of the Year ... Selected First Team All-Metro and First Team All-Long Island during his senior season ... Two-time Nassau County Midfielder of the Year ... Three-time all-county selection ... Finished career with 66 goals and 110 assists ... Led Massapequa to a 2014 Nassau County, Long Island and New York Class A Championships ... Coached in lacrosse by Tim Radomski ... Played club for the Long Island Jesters ... In football was a two-time all-county selection and 2014 First Team All-Long Island selection ... Earned the Dragon Award for Nassau County's top receiver ... A three-time academic all-county selection ... Elected President of the Senior Nation Club.
Personal: The son of Craig and Patricia Berge ... Has two older sisters, Nicole and Jackie.