Brian Tabb eclipses 400 career face-off wins and scores first career goal
Hoyas look to clinch a winning season
Hoyas fall after rushing out to four-goal halftime lead
The Hoyas look to bounce back from two-game skid
Hoyas unable to overcome six consecutive third quarter Greyhound goals
The Spelling Bee- Francis McDonough
2012: Appeared in 13 games, spending most of the season with the Gray midfield unit, while starting five games...Finished with a career-high 12 points with eight goals and four assists, while picking up 15 groundballs...Had one goal and one assist in a victory over Detroit Mercy (3/3)...Had a career-best four points, with two goals and two assists in a loss to Duke (3/24)....BIG East Academic Team
2011: Did not play due to injury.
2010: Appeared in 14 games at midfield...Picked up 12 ground balls...Scored one goal against Rutgers.
2009: Appeared in eight games at midfield...Scored his first career goal against Rutgers...Took three shots during his freshman season.
High School: A standout in lacrosse and football at Garden City...A 2007 and 2008 all-county selection...An Under Armour All-American...A 2008 all-country selection in Football.. Won a gold medal with the Long Island team in the Empire State Games...Helped lead Garden City to three Nassau County Championships...Played receiver and safety in football...All-County Football Team...Coached by Tom Flatley in football and Steve Finnell in lacrosse.
Personal: Born on November 4, 1989 ... The son of Frank and Harriette McDonough ... His father is a Georgetown graduate.