Produced the fourth most productive freshman season in UMBC’s Division lacrosse history…his 33 points were the most for a UMBC first-year player since Dan Marohl had 53 in 1997…a physical attackman who can operate in space and in tight quarters.
Career Highs: Goals: 4, 2x, latest at Navy,
AT UMBC: Hit the scoreboard in his first eight collegiate games before being blanked vs. North Carolina…shot a very efficient 44.0% (22 goals on 50 shots)…recorded his first four-goal game in a 14-7 win over Dartmouth…was credited with the game-winning goal in that contest…came back with a three-goal, two-assist effort in a 12-10 win over Penn State…assisted Josh Gerber for the fourth quarter go-ahead goal in that game, then tallied an insurance marker…tallied another hat trick the following week at Rutgers…scored three of his four goals at Navy in the final 20 minutes…the final two goals cut the UMBC deficit to a single goal, but the rally fell short despite his six-point effort..
BACKGROUND: Earned All City-County honors from The Baltimore Sun during his senior season... also lettered in football for the Gaels...chose UMBC for its “closeness to home”...uncle, Matthew, was an All American lacrosse player at Mt. St. Mary’s...has two younger siblings, Barron, 10, and Mary Blair, 9...a fan of the movie Top Gun, and the Baltimore Ravens...son of Lucinda Mundorf...born July 27, 1984.