Accolades: Voted by teammates as a captain for the 2009-10 Retriever squad… Regarded as one of the team’s inspirational leaders and is one of many Retrievers who embraces community service.
2009: Recorded career bests in games played (10) and ground balls (6)… Saw action in all five of UMBC’s regular-season America East Conference games.
2008: Competed in nine games, but only two of the last eight… Credited with one ground ball.
2007: Displayed his outstanding talent in six games in his initial season… Backed up Camardo at the long-stick defensive position… Was credited with his first point, an assist, vs. Vermont… Recorded two ground balls and a caused turnover.
Background: Majoring in business technology administration... A highly touted lacrosse and football player who eschewed several high major Division I football offers to attend UMBC for lacrosse… A First-Team All-City and All-MIAA performer in lacrosse in both his junior and senior seasons… Earned a slot on the Maryland U-19 team… Had a dominant game in 2006 vs. top-ranked Boys’ Latin, recording eight ground balls, an assist and a key take-away late in the game… A two-time First-Team All-City performer on the gridiron and a McComick Unsung Hero Award finalist… A campus leader at Mount St. Joseph… Is interested in owning a small business… Nicknamed “Slammin”… Enjoys surfing and bodyboarding… Has seven siblings… Son of Dolores and George Eitel… Born July 19, 1988.