Senior attackman notched three goals and two assists to help Providence defeate #13 Villanova.
Jake Nolan and Sean Wright
Andrew Barton and JT Weber led the team in scoring with two goals apiece.
Peter Wujciak nets lone Friar goal.
Jake Nolan and Bryan Annecchino each tally two goals for Providence.
2012: Played in 10 games and appeared in the starting line-up 10 times...Finished second on the team in scoring with 25 points on 14 goals and 11 assists...Owned a .667 shots-on-goal percentage...Recorded six multi-goal games...Scored a season high six goals against Wagner(2/25) ...Picked up 11 ground balls...Caused three turnovers.
2011 - Started each of the 12 games he played... led the Friars in points (28) and goals (15) and finished second on the team in assists (13)... two of his 15 goals were in man-up situations... collected 18 groundballs... scored a career-high three goals in two games vs. UMass (3/15) and Yale (4/5)... totaled a career-best five points against Yale with three goals and two assists...recorded three assists in games against Bryant (3/22) and Villanova (4/30).
2010 - Led the Friars with 16 points on the season (three goals, 13 assists)...played in 13 games...finished fifth in the BIG EAST in assists per game, with 1.00...twice recorded three assists in a game, first against Siena (3/27), then against St. John's (4/10)...scored single goals against Jacksonville (3/5), Notre Dame (4/17) and Syracuse (4/24).
2009 - Appeared in all 16 games, starting one...ranked sixth on the Friars with nine points on two goals and seven assists...picked up 13 ground balls on the season...posted two assists versus Hobart (2/28)...recorded a goal and an assist versus Marist (4/15).
High School: Four-time letter winner in lacrosse and two-time letter winner in basketball at Chantilly High School in Virginia...finished career with 60 goals and 80 assists...posted 41 assists as a senior...was a First-Team All-District and All-Region All-American in 2008...team was 20-0 in 2008 and won the Virginia State Championship...played for Kevin Broderick, Bob Waters and Kevin O'Connor.
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