#46 Brendan Moore
Returned to the Irish for a fifth season in 2011 … earned two monograms … played in 12 career games, totaling 76:23 of game action … made 12 career saves and allowed 13 goals.
AS A FIFTH-YEAR SENIOR: Played in one game … registered one save and provided 5:15 of scoreless play in a 14-3 victory at Providence … earned his second monogram.
AS A SENIOR: Competed in four games … played 17:24 between the pipes … surrendered one goal and made five saves … registered two saves against Rutgers … matched a career-high total with three saves and allowed one goal in 8:38 of play in a 13-6 victory at St. John[apos]s … also saw time in wins over Denver (14-7) and Providence (11-3) … earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Played in one game … saw 9:18 of action in a 19-7 win over Dartmouth in the home opener … surrendered one goal … faced three shots.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in six games in a reserve role behind first-team All-American Joey Kemp … surrendered 11 goals and made six saves in 44:26 between the pipes … notched a 14.85 goals-against average and a .353 save percentage … made his collegiate debut in a 16-6 win over Villanova … allowed three goals in 10:27 against the Wildcats … came on to play the final 7:01 in a 19-7 victory over Dartmouth and made one save and allowed one goal … played 7:08 in a 19-7 triumph of Bellarmine in the GWLL opener and made a season-high three saves, while allowing two goals … made one save and did not surrender a goal in 4:20 of action in a 16-6 victory over Quinnipiac … played 5:34 in a 14-7 win at Lehigh and allowed two goals … saw 9:56 of action and surrendered three goals, while making one save in a 13-5 besting of Air Force.
AS A FRESHMAN: Did not see game action during his freshman season.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-time letterwinner in lacrosse … led team to a regional championship during his senior campaign … helped team win three consecutive conference championships … earned all-state recognition as a senior as well as earning all-conference and all-city awards … three-time all-conference and a two-time all-city performer … earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior … captained team as a senior … participated in the Queen City Top 50 all-star game and the N.C. Great 38 all-star game … a member of school[apos]s club hockey team for four years … son of Mary Lou and Robert Moore … both parents are graduates of Notre Dame … has a younger brother and sister … born June 29, 1988, in Chicago, Ill. … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May of 2010 with an economics degree.
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