#23 Connor McCollough
Gives the Fighting Irish increased depth in the midfield Gives the Fighting Irish increased depth in the midfield … has appeared in eight games … has tallied one goal … two ground balls.
AS A JUNIOR (2014): Played in two contests and scored one goal … attempted two shots (both on goal) … saw action in the season opener, a 19-7 win at Jacksonville … scored the first goal of his Fighting Irish career in the 15-5 victory over Robert Morris.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013): Played in five games … picked up two ground balls in a 13-8 win at Providence … also saw time against Rutgers, St. John’s, Marquette and Syracuse … a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012): Appeared in one game … made his Notre Dame debut in a 9-1 triumph of Providence … had one shot against the Friars.
PREP AND PERSONAL: Played two seasons at Albemarle High School before transferring to St. Anne’s-Belfield, where he played three years … played attack as a freshman and sophomore before moving to midfield … adidas All-American … earned all-state honors as a sophomore … copped all-conference accolades and was an all-city selection twice … team captain as a junior and senior … St. Anne’s-Belfield squad captured state title during his sophomore season at the school … three-time conference champion … registered 74 goals and 36 assists during his two seasons at Albemarle … was a member of the Spanish Honor Society … son of Marc and Karla McCollough … has two younger brothers, Ryan and Michael … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as an IT management major … has a 3.269 cumulative GPA.
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