#31 Colin Igoe
Played in every game of the 2010 and 2011 seasons after missing all of the 2009 campaign and most of the 2008 season due to injury … played in 35 career games with the Fighting Irish, tallying 38 points on 26 goals and 12 assists … 22 ground balls … transferred from the University of Massachusetts following his freshman season … appeared in one game for the Minutemen during the 2007 season as he battled injuries.
AS A FIFTH-YEAR SENIOR: Played in all 14 games … tallied career-high totals in goals (16) and points (20) … dished out four assists … picked up a career-high 10 ground balls … scored his first goal of the season against in an 11-7 win over Drexel … followed that game up with a two-goal showing in a 10-9 win at Denver … scored two goals and added an assist in an 8-3 win at Rutgers … matched a career-high mark with three goals in a 12-8 besting of Villanova … posted a goal and an assist in a 7-6 win over Georgetown … had two goals in a 14-3 victory at Providence … deposited two goals in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … notched a career-high four points on three goals and an assist in a 13-6 triumph of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … assisted on a goal in the 7-5 loss to Duke in the NCAA quarterfinals … earned his second monogram.
AS A SENIOR: Played in 17 games, including seven starts … posted career-high totals in goals (7) and assists (6) along with picking up a career-best eight ground balls … started the 2010 season by posting a career-high two goals and one assist during the 11-7 besting of Duke … the three-point effort against the Blue Devils was a career-high total … scored a goal in the 12-8 victory over Penn State … tallied a goal and an assist in an 11-9 triumph of Loyola … assisted on a goal in the Fairfield contest … recorded a goal and two assists in the 14-7 win over Denver … picked up a career-high three ground balls against Rutgers … scored a goal in an 11-3 win over Providence … tallied a goal against Syracuse … notched an assist to help the Irish down Cornell 12-7 in the NCAA Championship semifinals … earned a monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Missed the entire season due to an injury.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in first four games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury … tallied five points on three goals and two assists … picked up four ground balls … attempted seven shots … scored a goal and assisted on another in a 7-6 season-opening win at Loyola … tallied a goal and an assist in the next contest, a 15-9 triumph of Penn State in the home opener … picked up a season-high two ground balls against the Nittany Lions … scored a goal in a 16-6 win at Villanova … injured against the Wildcats and did not play again the rest of the season.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A prep All-American … named the Ohio midfielder of the year … two-time first-team all-Ohio and two-time first-team all-Midwest … selected as his team[apos]s offensive MVP twice … team captain as a senior … as a junior, his team was the state runner-up … led the team in scoring that season … scored the winning goal with 10 seconds remaining in the semifinal game of the state tournament … named an Inside Lacrosse `Young Gun[apos] … Top 205 Camp all-star … Top Star Camp `Fab Forty[apos] all-star … Notre Dame Midwest Challenge Camp all-star … son of Cynthia and Michael Igoe … has four siblings … father played baseball at Notre Dame and his grandfather played basketball for the Fighting Irish … graduated from the College of Arts and Letters in May of 2010 with a history degree.
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