Hoyas outshoot Crimson, but can't win in return home
Hoyas look to snap two-game losing slide
Hoyas erase five-goal deficit, but can't hold on in loss to Pride
Charles McCormick scores three goals in the Hoyas victory
Hoyas continue to build in second year of Kevin Warne
*Selected Team Captain for 2014 season.
2013: Appeared in fifteen games , starting fourteen at attack...Named team's Most Outstanding Offensive Player in 2013...A Second Team All-BIG EAST selection...A four-time BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll selection (3/18, 4/1, 4/8, 4/29)...Led team and finished among BIG EAST leaders with 56 points (ninth best single-season total in program history) with 26 goals and 30 assists (tied for fifth best single-season total in program history)...Had three assists in season-opening loss to Lafayette (2/16)...Had consecutive two goal games against Dartmouth (3/2) and Harvard (3/9)...Had career-high 10 points (four goals, six assists) in win over Providence (3/16)...Had six points (three goals, three assists) in win over Marquette (3/29)...Tied career-high with four goals in win over St. John's (4/6)...Had seven points and tied career-high with six assists in win over Rutgers (4/27)...Had six points (three goals, three assists) in BE semifinals loss to Villanova (5/2).
2012: Appeared in 13 games, spending time at attack and midfield during his freshman season...Scored his first collegiate goal in a win over Mount St. Mary's (3/13)...Scored goal in a win over Providence (3/17)...Had a career-high two points with one goal and one assist in a loss at Villanova (4/4).
High School: A two-year letter winner and senior captain at The Hill Academy, where he was coached by former Georgetown All-American Brodie Merrill...Helped lead his school to a North America Invitational Championship...Played club lacrosse with the Whitby Warriors, helping lead the team to the Minto Cup Championship...Also played ice hockey at The Hill Academy.
Personal: Born on May 20, 1993...Son of Lori and Greg O'Connor...Coached by Brodie Merrill at The Hill Academy and Derek Keenan with the Whitby Warriors.