UND Roster

2009-10 Men's Lacrosse Roster

#12 Grant Krebs

Midfield


Height 5'8''
Weight 180 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Annapolis, MD
High School St. Mary's

A four-time monogram recipient … played in 62 career games, including 50 starts … totaled 105 points on 82 goals and 23 assists … 92 ground balls … two-time All-America honoree … earned all-BIG EAST honors as a senior … all-GWLL honoree as a junior.

AS A SENIOR: Started all 17 games … earned honorable mention All-America honors from the USILA … second-team all-BIG EAST selection … posted the second-most goals on the team with 24 … tallied 28 points, which ranked in a tie for third on the team … picked up 26 ground balls … forced four turnovers … saw his 32-game goals streak and 28-game point streak come to an end in the season opener, an 11-7 win at Duke … got back on track with four points on three goals and an assist in a 12-8 besting of Penn State … scored a goal in a 7-6 overtime loss at Drexel … registered two goals and an assist versus Fairfield, a 10-8 loss … posted his second hat trick of the season to help the Irish overtake Denver, 14-7 … added two goals against Rutgers (L, 10-8) and one against Villanova (L,9-8) … tallied a career-high four goals in an 11-8 setback at Georgetown … produced a goal and an assist to help the Irish defeat Providence, 11-3 … registered his third hat trick of the season during the 13-6 win over St. John[apos]s … scored one goal in a 12-6 loss to Syracuse … recorded a goal and an assist en route to an 8-5 win at Princeton in the first round of the NCAA Championship … scored a goal in the 7-5 win over Maryland in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship … tallied a goal in the 12-7 besting of Cornell in the semifinals of the NCAA Championship … selected by the Boston Cannons in the eighth round (45th overall pick) in the 2010 MLL Draft.

AS A JUNIOR: Earned honorable mention All-America honors from the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) … copped first-team All-Great Western Lacrosse League (GWLL) accolades … started all 16 games and scored a goal in every contest … posted career-high totals in goals (29) and points (38) … his 29 goals were the most-ever for a junior midfielder at Notre Dame … matched a career-best figure with nine assists … his goal total ranked second among all Irish players, while his points placed him third … notched four hat tricks … picked up a career-best 34 ground balls … opened the season with a four-point effort on three goals and an assist in a 10-9 win over Loyola … scored two goals and assisted on another in a 13-8 win at Penn State … had three goals and an assist in a 19-7 triumph of Dartmouth … tallied two goals and an assist in a 9-7 win over North Carolina … registered a goal and an assist in back-to-back wins over Bucknell (10-6) and Vermont (13-7) … scooped up a season-high four ground balls against Vermont … produced his third hat trick of the season in an 11-6 win over Bellarmine … recorded a goal and an assist in a 9-7 triumph of Villanova … scored a goal in a 10-4 win against Air Force … deposited two goals in consecutive wins over Denver (10-8) and Quinnipiac (10-2) … notched his fourth hat trick of the campaign by tallying three goals and an assist in a 12-2 besting of St. John[apos]s … scored a goal in a 14-8 win over Ohio State … scored two goals in a 7-4 win against Quinnipiac in the semifinals of the GWLL Tournament … matched a season-high total with four ground balls against Quinnipiac … registered a goal and an assist in a 16-7 victory over Ohio State in the title game of the GWLL Tournament … scored a goal in a 7-3 setback to Maryland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … earned a monogram.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 17 games … second on the team with 26 goals … that marked the most goals ever scored by a sophomore midfielder in program history … registered nine assists for 35 total points, which ranked fourth on the team … the 35 points were the most by a sophomore midfielder in Notre Dame history … his goals, assists and points all were career-high numbers … notched two game-winning goals and four man-up tallies … picked up 24 ground balls … whistled for one penalty, resulting in 30 seconds of penalty time … posted a goal and an assist in home wins over Penn State (15-9) and Albany (7-6) … scored a goal in a 16-6 victory at Villanova … dished out an assist and picked up a career-high five ground balls in an 8-6 setback at North Carolina … registered two goals in back-to-back wins over Dartmouth (19-7) and Drexel (13-6) … matched a career-high with five ground balls against Drexel … deposited a career-high three goals in a 19-7 triumph of Bellarmine in the GWLL opener … scored two goals in a 9-8 setback to Denver … notched three points on two goals and one assist in a 16-6 besting of Quinnipiac … netted two goals in a 14-7 win at Lehigh … scored once in a 13-5 league victory at Air Force … tallied a career-high five points on three goals and two assists in a 17-12 win over Ohio State that gave the Irish a share of the GWLL title in the regular-season finale … the goal and assist totals against the Buckeyes also were career-high marks … had two goals and a career-high tying two assists in a 10-6 win over Quinnipiac in the GWLL tournament semifinals … scored twice in the 9-2 victory over Ohio State in the GWLL title game … tallied a goal in the 8-7 overtime victory against Colgate in the first round of the NCAA Championship … also scored a goal in the 11-9 setback to Syracuse in the NCAA quarterfinals.

AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in 12 contests … registered four points on three goals and one assist … attempted 13 shots … picked up eight ground balls … whistled for one penalty, totaling one minute … scored goals in back-to-back wins over Brown (11-3) and Villanova (15-5) … collected a season-high three ground balls in a 16-4 win over Air Force … dished out an assist in a 14-6 league victory against Denver … deposited a goal in a 14-9 triumph of Quinnipiac in the regular-season finale.

PREP AND PERSONAL: A standout athlete at St. Mary[apos]s High School where he was a four-time letterwinner in lacrosse and soccer and a two-time letterwinner in hockey … the first freshman in school history to letter in three varsity sports … captained lacrosse team during his senior season … earned all-conference honors in lacrosse as a sophomore … participated in the county all-star game, all-state all-star game and the freestate all-star game … earned team MVP and all-conference honors in hockey during his sophomore season when he led team in scoring and assists … first freshman to score seven goals in one hockey game … led soccer team to a conference championship during his senior season … team finished eighth in the county in scoring … son of Christy and William Krebs … has four siblings … two siblings, Alex and Medieliene, skied for the University of Vermont … Alex currently is a manager for the United States Ski Team … born August 9, 1987, in Baltimore, Md. … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a finance major … carries a 3.119 cumulative GPA.

Kreb[apos]s Career Statistics

Year G-S G A Pts. GB Shots Sh Pct. SOG P/Min UpG GWG
2007 12/0 3 1 4 8 13 .231 5 1-1:00 0 0
2008 17/17 26 9 35 24 81 .321 57 1-0:30 4 2
2009 16/16 29 9 38 34 101 .287 56 6-4:30 9 3
2010 17/17 24 4 28 26 88 .273 53 4-3:00 7 2
Totals 62/50 82 23 105 92 283 .290 171 12-9:00 20 7