A tremendous work ethic and great attitude ... Very quick ... Excellent shooter with either hand ... Scored some big goals as a freshman and sophomore.
2007: Played only one game last season after suffering a concussion in the season opener.
2006: Appeared in 13 games, starting four times (Delaware, Hobart, Mount St. Mary's and at Navy) ... Scored six goals and had two assists for eight points ... Took 23 shots and had nine ground balls ... Had one multi-goal game, tying his career-high with two scores against St. John's ... Set a career-high with two assists against Delaware, also recording four ground balls ... Also scored goals against Hobart, Mount St. Mary's, at Rutgers and against Navy in the NCAA Tournament.
2005: Appeared in all 15 games, earning the starting nod 10 times ... Started first 10 games on attack, then switched to midfield ... Scored 10 goals and had two assists for 12 points ... Sixth on the team in goals ... Took 35 shots ... Had 23 ground balls ... Scored twice and picked up two ground balls against St. John's ... Scored two goals and collected three ground balls against Syracuse ... Scored two goals and picked up a groundball against Delaware ... Scored a goal against UMass ... Collected one goal and two ground balls against Army ... Accumulated one goal and two ground balls against Maryland in the NCAA Quarterfinals.
High School: An All-American and First Team All-State choice in lacrosse for Delbarton ... Also named First Team All-County and First Team All-Conference ... Helped lead lacrosse team to three state championship titles in 2002, 2003 and 2004 ... Also played basketball and squash ... Earned highest academic honors four straight years.
Personal: Sister Keri (C `03) is a former women's lacrosse player on the Hilltop and three cousins also attended Georgetown ... Son of Beth Ann and Michael McBride.