#24 Eric Keppeler
Played in 56 career games … three monograms … tallied 20 points on 13 goals and seven assists … picked up 47 ground balls.
AS A SENIOR (2012): Played in 15 games and scored a career-high seven goals … was on Notre Dame[apos]s second midfield line … picked up a career-best 19 ground balls … one assist … scored to give the Irish a 5-1 lead in an eventual 10-9 triple-overtime win over Denver … also put Notre Dame up 5-1 in a 12-9 win over Rutgers in the BIG EAST opener … deposited a career-high two goals in a 13-6 win over St. John[apos]s at the Konica Minolta Big City Classic … his first tally tied the game 3-3, while the second score put the Irish up 5-4 … matched the career-best goal total with two scores in a 9-7 victory at Georgetown … registered a goal and an assist in a 12-10 triumph of Virginia in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … assisted on the goal that put Notre Dame on top 8-7 in the fourth quarter and then gave the Irish a 10-8 lead over the Cavaliers with just over four minutes remaining … matched a career-high total with three ground balls versus Yale and Rutgers … earned his third monogram.
AS A JUNIOR (2011): Played in all 14 games … posted a career-high 10 points on five points and a career-best five assists … 16 ground balls … tallied a goal in a 6-2 win at Penn State … notched a goal and an assist in an 11-7 triumph of Drexel … deposited a goal in wins over Ohio State (8-7) and Villanova (12-8) … assisted on goals in wins over Georgetown (7-6) and Providence (14-3) … collected an assist in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina … assisted on a goal in a 13-6 besting of Penn in the first round of the NCAA Championship … also had three ground balls against the Quakers … scored a goal in a 7-5 loss to Duke in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … received his second monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010): Played in all 17 games … registered one assist … picked up eight ground balls … assisted on a goal in the 11-7 season-opening victory at Duke … picked up one ground ball in wins over Loyola (11-9) and Ohio State (7-6) … forced one turnover in the NCAA quarterfinal win over Maryland (7-5) … scooped another ground ball in the 12-7 triumph of Cornell in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009): Played in 10 games … tallied one goal and picked up four ground balls … attempted two shots … made his Notre Dame debut in a 19-7 victory over Dartmouth … scored a goal in a 10-2 win over Quinnipiac … collected a career-high two ground balls in a 7-4 besting of Quinnipiac in the semifinals of the GWLL tournament.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A four-year letterwinner in both lacrosse and soccer at Dulaney High School … lacrosse state champion as a freshman and senior … lacrosse squad captured the conference and regional titles during his freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior seasons … named an All-American as a junior … also was an all-conference, all-county, and all-city selection that season in addition to being the team MVP … registered 53 goals and 81 assists through his first three prep seasons …team captain of lacrosse squad senior year … in seven games of senior year registered 14 goals and 18 assists before injury ended season … played in the 2006 and 2007 Free State All-Star games … 2007 Under Armour Underclassman All-Star Team … participated in the 2008 U.S. men[apos]s under-19 National Team tryouts as a junior … C. Markland Kelly Award finalist in lacrosse his junior season … all-conference in soccer sophomore season … an all-state, all-city/county, and all-conference performer in soccer during his junior and senior campaigns … team captain and MVP of his soccer squad as a senior … from the same high school as his former Notre Dame teammates Chip Lanser and Ryan Hoff … son of Mark and Betsy Keppeler … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business in May of 2012 with a degree in finance … finished with a 3.695 cumulative GPA.
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