UND Roster

2019-20 Men's Lacrosse Roster

#26 Bryan Costabile


Height 6-2
Weight 208
Class Senior
Hometown Sykesville, MD
High School Mount Saint Joseph


  • Drafted second overall in the 2020 PLL Draft by the Atlas Lacrosse Club
  • Ranks Ninth in Program History for Career Goals (99) and 19th for Career Points (118) Despite Senior Season Being Cut Short Due to COVID-19
  • Set ND Record For Goals In A Season (2019) By A Midfielder (42)
  • 2020 Tewaaraton Watch List
  • 2020 Senior CLASS Award Candidate
  • 2020 Preseason USILA All-American (1st Team)
  • 2020 Preseason Inside Lacrosse All-American (1st Team)
  • 2020 Preseason All-ACC selection
  • 2019 ACC Offensive Player of the Year
  • 2019 Inside Lacrosse First Team All-American
  • 2019 USILA First Team All-American
  • 2019 Tewaaraton Nominee
  • 2019 All-ACC Team
  • 2019 ACC All-Tournament Team
  • 2018 Inside Lacrosse Second Team All-American
  • 2018 USILA Second Team All-American
  • 2018 ACC Tournament MVP
  • 2018 All-ACC Team
  • 2018 ACC All-Tournament Team
  • 2018 Tewaaraton Watch List
  • 2017 ACC All-Tournament Team

AS A SENIOR (2020 – Season Cancelled After Five Games Due to COVID-19)

  • Started all five games for the Irish in his senior year at the midfield position
  • Tied for the team lead in goals with 10
  • Ranked third on the team in points with 15 off 10 goals and five assists
  • Led the Irish in goals in the season-opening win over Cleveland State (2/15) with four.

AS A JUNIOR (2019)

  • Started all 16 games for Notre Dame in his junior season at the midfield position.
  • Set a program record for most goals by a midfielder in a season with 42.
  • Led the Irish in points (48) and goals (42) in the 2019 campaign.
  • Scooped up 13 ground balls and caused five turnovers on the season.
  • Tied his career high for goals in a game three times, scoring five goals in wins over Detroit Mercy (2/16), Syracuse (3/30) and Duke (4/27).
  • Posted a season-high six points in the win over Detroit Mercy (2/16).
  • Recorded eight hat tricks over the 16-game slate.
  • Scored at least one goal in every game.
  • Produced eight points (5G, 3A) over the two NCAA tournament games.


  • Started all 15 games for the Irish in 2018.
  • Led the team in goals with 30.
  • Recorded a total of 34 points, second on the team, with 34 off of 30 goals and 4 assists.
  • Kicked off the season with a stellar five-goal performance against Detroit Mercy (2/11/18), a personal best.
  • Posted nine multi-goal efforts, including six in which he recorded a hat trick.
  • Scored a goal in all but one game this season.
  • Recorded a hat trick in three straight games – at North Carolina, Duke and Virginia (4/21-29/18).
  • The home-opener saw him highlight the box score seven times, adding two assists to his five-goal effort for seven points.
  • Fired a shot on goal on 60 occasions, finding the back of the net on half those chances.
  • Scooped up 17 ground balls in 2018, including a season-best three against both Denver (3/10/18) and Virginia (4/29/18).


  • Started all 15 games in his first season with the Irish as a midfielder and made an immediate impact on the offensive end.
  • Scored 17 goals for the season, ranking fifth on the team.
  • Added four assists to total 21 points and scooped up 16 ground balls.
  • Posted the first hat trick of his career against Duke (4/28) in the ACC semifinals, scoring three goals to lead the Irish to victory.
  • Found the back of the net two times in his Notre Dame debut against Georgetown (2/18) in Frisco, Texas.
  • Also added a season-high five ground balls in the win over Georgetown (2/18).
  • Racked up multiple goals in five games.
  • Began his Irish career with at least one goal in seven straight games.


  • US Lacrosse All-American and USA Today First Team All-American 2016.
  • Attended Mount Saint Joseph in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Rated 30th in Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshman Rankings.
  • Rated 8th in Inside Lacrosse Top 40 Incoming Freshman Midfielders.
  • Member of the U.S. Men’s Lacrosse Under -19 National Team that won gold in 2016.
  • Baltimore Sun 2015/2016 Athlete of the Year.
  • Two-time First Team All-MIAA honoree.
  • Played Club Lacrosse with Looney’s Lacrosse Club.
  • Two-time varsity football letterwinner, playing quarterback.
  • Son of Amanda and Ermanno and brother of Chris, Craig, and Kyle.
  • Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.
  • Lives in Sykesville, Maryland.