Nick Marrocco
Nick  Marrocco


Duxbury, Mass.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 180



Marrocco Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll

The junior goalie eclipsed the 500 career save mark in the 2017 season finale


Georgetown Closes Out 2017 Victorious

The Hoyas defeated St. John's 14-4 on Saturday in the season finale


Georgetown Hosts Villanova on Saturday

The showdown between BIG EAST rivals will be broadcast live on CBSSN


Men's Lacrosse Falls in BIG EAST Road Finale

The Hoyas lost their final BIG EAST road game of the season at Providence on Saturday


Georgetown Travels to Providence for BIG EAST Road Finale

The Hoyas play their final BIG EAST road game of the season at Providence on Saturday


Georgetown Men's Lacrosse vs. Virginia (Senior Night)

Georgetown men's lacrosse hosted University of Virginia for the first time on Senior Night at a sold out Cooper Field.


Georgetown Men's Lacrosse vs. Providence

The Hoyas defeated the Friars, 8-5, on Saturday, April 9 at Cooper Field.


Georgetown vs. Denver Men's Lacrosse

The Hoyas fell to No. 4 Denver, 17-4, at Cooper Field in front of a CBS Sports Network audience.


Georgetown vs. Mount St. Mary's

The Georgetown men's lacrosse team fell to Mount St. Mary's in the 2016 home-opener at Cooper Field.


Georgetown Men's Lacrosse vs. St. John's (Senior Day)

The Hoyas defeated St. John's on Senior Day to concludt the 2015 regular season.

2017: Started 12 games for the Hoyas and made 131 saves in his junior season … Finished with a GAA of 10.99 and a .504 save percentage … Registered at least 10 saves in eight games … Made a season-high 17 saves against No. 17 Loyola Maryland (3/22) … Made 14 saves and held Hobart to six goals in a 16-6 victory (3/11) … Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week (3/13) after posting back-to-back victories over Robert Morris (3/7) and Hobart (3/1).

2016: Named Preseason All-BIG EAST … Tabbed BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week twice (3/7, 4/11) … Started all 14 games for the Hoyas in goal as a sophomore … Hauled in 165 saves on the season and led the BIG EAST with 11.57 saves per game … Anchored a unit that ranked ninth in NCAA Division I for saves per game with 12.00 … Logged 798:00 minutes between the pipes … Played every minute of every game except for three … Hauled in double-figure saves in 11 games … Collected a season-high 17 saves against No. 18 Villanova … Pulled in 15 saves against Virginia (4/23) and No. 8 Hofstra (3/5) … Led the Hoyas with 31 ground balls and was credited with five caused turnovers … Collected four ground balls against No. 4 Denver (4/2) and again against St. John’s (4/30).

2015: Started all 16 games in goal during his freshman season ... Helped GU win 10 games for the first time since 2007 ... Earned team’s Gerwirz Defensive Player of the Year award ... Selected All-BIG EAST First Team ... Led the BIG EAST and placed 14th in NCAA Division I with a .560 save percentage, while finishing second in the league and third in the nation with 13.29 saves per game ... Registered his first career win by making 17 saves against Hofstra (2/28) to earn BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week honors ... Made 15 saves and allowed a season-low five goals in a win over Mount St. Mary’s (3/4) ... Made a career-high 22 saves in a loss at Denver (3/28) ... Made 18 saves, allowing just six goals in a win at Providence (4/4) to earn BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week and USILA Defensive Player of the Week ... Made 18 saves, allowing just seven goals in a win over Villanova (4/11) ... Helped GU to its first postseason victory since 2007, making 12 saves against Marquette (4/30).

Prior to Georgetown: A three-year letterwinner and two-year starter in lacrosse and four-year letterwinner and four-year starter in ice hockey ... Named a team captain for lacrosse and ice hockey for his senior season ... A two-time All-America selection in 2013 and 2014 ... Selected a 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen All-American ... The 2014 Boston Globe Player of the Year and 2014 ESPN Boston Mr. Lacrosse ... First Team ESPN Boston All-State in 2013 and 2014 ... Named the 2014 BostonLax and Mass Prep Stars Player of the Year ... Named to the 2014 Vail Shootout All-Tournament Team ... Selected most valuable player of the 2013 BostonLax All-American Game ... Named Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Patriot Ledger All-Scholastic and Patriot League All-Star for his junior and senior season ... Led Duxbury to a Division I South Championship and D1 Massachusetts State Finals in 2014 ... Also helped lacrosse team to three-consecutive Patriot League titles (2012-14) earning MVP during his junior and senior seasons ... Helped Duxbury to a D1 State Championship in 2012 ... Finished his career with a 31-10 record, 362 saves, .700 save percentage and a 4.42 goals against average, the best mark in Duxbury history ... Coached by Chris Sweet in lacrosse ... Played club ball for Laxachusetts ... In ice hockey was a three-time Patriot League All-Star and was named to the 2014 Shriners All-State Hockey Team ... Earned DHS Athletic Achievement Award for Outstanding Senior Athlete ... Elected class treasurer ... A member of the National Honor Society.

Personal: Son of Joseph and Lauren Marrocco ... Has two older sisters, Alexie and Erica, who both played lacrosse at University of Richmond.
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January 27
1:00 PM
College Park, Md.
February 3
12:00 PM
Catonsville, Md.
February 13
3:00 PM
High Point
Cooper Field
February 17
1:00 PM
Robert Morris
Moon Township, Pa.
February 24
12:00 PM
Towson, Md.
February 27
3:00 PM
Mount St. Marys
Cooper Field
March 3
1:00 PM
Hempstead, N.Y.
March 6
3:00 PM
Cooper Field
March 10
12:00 PM
Cooper Field