2012: A 2012 BIG EAST Preseason Men's Lacrosse First Team selection...Started all 13 games at attack...Set a career-high with six goals in a 12-7 win over Detroit Mercy (3/3)...Scored two goals and had an assist in an 11-10 win over Harvard (3/10)...Led the team with three goals in a 13-11 loss to No. 10 Duke...Scored two goals and had one assist in a 10-8 win over Syracuse...Selected to the Tewaaraton Watch List in March.
2011: Started in all 14 games at attack...Named Second Team All BIG EAST after tallying 30 goals, the second most in the conference, with five assists for 35 points...Finished third in the nation with a .492 shooting percentage...Opened the season with three goals and one assist in a 15-12 win over Jacksonville (2/20)...Recorded another hat trick with three goals against St. John's (3/5)...Scored three goals and had an assist in a 14-5 win over Providence (3/19)...Had a career-high five goals in a 9-8 win over Navy (4/1)...Tied a season-high with five points (3 goals, 2 assists) at Mount St. Mary's (4/5)...Had a three-goal performance in a 7-6 loss to Notre Dame (4/10)...Scored four goals in a season-finale win over Villanova (5.7)..Fifth on the team with 34 ground balls.
2010: Enjoyed an outstanding freshman campaign ... Finished second on the team in scoring with 30 points ... Led the team with 25 goals ... His 25 goals were the second-most in a season for a Georgetown freshman in program history ... Also added five assists ... Fifth on the team with 52 shots ... Led the team with a 48.1 shot percentage ... Picked up 19 ground balls ... Had 10 multi-point games and eight multi-goal games ... Scored a season-high four points three times, with four goals apiece against Providence, Navy and Villanova.
High School: A two-sport standout in hockey and lacrosse at The Hill Academy ... Played attack and middie in lacrosse ... Earned the Hill Academy Lacrosse Award and the Heart & Hustle Award.
Personal: Born on August 16, 1990 ... The son of Deryl and Raymond Comeau ... Has three older brothers, Ryan, Drew and Kent ... Coached by former Hoya All-American defenseman Brodie Merrill in high school.