The Hoyas defeated St. John's on Senior Day to concludt the 2015 regular season.
The Hoyas defeated Villanova, 17-8, on Alumni Day at Multi-Sport Field.
The Hoyas hosted No. 4/5 Duke on Saturday, March 14 at Multi-Sport Field.
2018: BIG EAST Champions … Named a Third Team USILA All-American … Tabbed Honorable Mention Inside Lacrosse Media All-American … All-BIG EAST Second Team … Named to the BIG EAST All-Tournament Team … Team captain for the Blue & Gray … Played in 14 games as a key part of Georgetown’s top-line rope unit … Credited with six caused turnovers and 13 ground balls, both career highs … Tallied an assist at No. 13/13 Villanova (4/14) and scored a goal against No. 12/14 Villanova (5/3) in the BIG EAST Semifinals … Georgetown’s defense held opponents to just 8.12 goals per game and held opponents to six goals or less in eight different games … Selected in the fifth round, No. 42 overall, by the Chesapeake Bayhawks in the 2018 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.
2017: Appeared in all 14 games … Scored one goal against Hofstra (3/4) … Collected nine ground balls as a junior, including a season-high three against Hobart (3/11) … Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2016: Played in all 14 games as a sophomore, starting two … Scored one goal against Mount St. Mary’s (3/1) … Collected six ground balls on the season, including two against top-ranked Notre Dame (2/20) in the season opener and also against No. 8 Hofstra (3/5) … Credited with one caused turnover against Notre Dame … Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
2015: Played in all 16 games, starting seven at midfield during his freshman season ... Finished tied for seventh on the team with 11 goals ... Scored his first career goal in a win over Hofstra (2/28) ... Posted first multi-goal game, with two against Mount St. Mary’s (3/4) ... Had two goals apiece against Duke (3/14) and St. John’s (4/25) ... Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.
Prior to Georgetown: A four-year letterwinner in lacrosse and letterwinner in football ... A three-year lacrosse captain and football captain during his senior season ... A 2014 US Lacrosse All-America selection ... Selected the 2014 Carroll County Men’s Lacrosse Player of the Year and 2014 Carroll County Athlete of the Year ... 2014 WTTR Athlete of the Year ... Two-time first team all-county selection ... Finished career with 207 points (98G, 109A) ... Led Westminster to a 19-0 record and a 2013 Maryland Lacrosse State Championship ... Helped team make the state finals in 2012 ... A first team all-metro and all-county selection in football ... Set the Carroll County career receptions record (93) and the single-season record (79) ... Earned the President’s Award for Academic Achievement.
Personal: The son of Jim and Terri Hursey ... Has one older sister, Meaghan and one younger sister, Devin.