#6 Max Lachowecki
HONORS AND AWARDS:
2016 MLS SuperDraft Pick (25th overall – Real Salt Lake)
2015 Notre Dame Monogram Club Co-Most Valuable Player
2015 NSCAA Division I All-South Region Second Team
2015 All-ACC Second Team
2015 ACC All-Academic Team
AS A GRADUATE STUDENT (2015): Selected as the Notre Dame Monogram Club Co-Most Valuable Player alongside Jon Gallagher … was the 25th overall selection to Real Salt Lake in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft … named to the NSCAA Division I All-South Region Second Team … All-ACC Second-Team choice … tabbed to the ACC All-Academic Team and the ACC Academic Honor Roll … started all 22 matches of final season at left back … contributed a career-high 11 points on three goals (two game-winning goals) and five assists … key contributor to 10 Notre Dame team shutouts … defensive effort prevented No. 9 Clemson from attempting a single shot on frame during a 1-0 shutout … scored the second-fastest goal in program history with a diving header only 1:12 into a 4-0 victory at Michigan State … added the game-winning goal to the 4-2 defeat of Marquette … helped the Irish to a 3-2 win over Duke with a crucial assist on the game’s first goal … tallied the lone assist in a pair of 1-1 draws with Michigan and at Northwestern … scored the lone Irish goal in a road ACC contest at No. 2 Wake Forest … notched an assist during a 5-0 win over Pittsburgh on Senior Day … added his final assist of the season in the 1-1 draw against Tulsa in the NCAA Championship Round of 32.
AS A SENIOR (2014): Made 18 starts at left back during senior campaign … key contributor on the Notre Dame back line for six team shutouts … attempted 10 total shots, including one on goal … played the full 90 minutes with one shot in a 2-1 win over No. 12 Marquette to open the season at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic … attempted a season-high three shots (one on goal) in 0-0 draw with No. 9 Georgetown on the tournament’s final day … remained in the game for the full 90 minutes in a 1-0 ACC shutout at No. 20 Syracuse … went the distance in a 1-1 double overtime draw at No. 5 Virginia and a 1-0 win in the 107th minute against VCU … starter in a 3-0 ACC Championship quarterfinal victory against No. 15 Virginia … claimed third career monogram.
AS A JUNIOR (2013): Started all 23 matches in which he played … was on the field for every minute of 22 of those contests … missed the NCAA semifinal showdown with New Mexico due to an ankle injury, but returned to play all 90 minutes in the 2-1 win over Maryland in the national title game … tallied career-high marks in goals (3) and points (8) and matched a career-best total for assists (2) … gave Notre Dame a 1-0 lead in the 46th minute of the 3-1 victory over Duke … named to the Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week for his performance against the Blue Devils … put the Irish up in the 37th minute of an eventual 1-1 draw with Northwestern … in the next match, he had a goal and an assist in a 2-1 win at North Carolina State … against the Wolfpack, he assisted on the equalizer in the 54th minute and deposited the game winner in the 65th minute … assisted on the final goal in a 4-2 besting of Wake Forest in the NCAA Round of 16 … earned his second monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2012): Started all 22 matches and compiled six points on two goals and two assists … named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team … Soccer America All-Freshman Second Team … scored the game’s lone goal in the 81st minute in a 1-0 victory over Oregon State in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament and was named to the all-tournament team after helping the Irish capture the title … selected as the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week and was placed on the Soccer America National Team of the Week for his performance in the Berticelli Tournament … assisted on the team’s third goal in a 7-1 besting of Pittsburgh … had the assist on Notre Dame’s first tally in a 3-0 victory over Providence … appeared on the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for his effort against the Friars … deposited the third goal in a 3-0 triumph of Michigan State in the second round of the NCAA Championship … earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2011): Did not see game action during his rookie campaign.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: NSCAA All-American (2010) … NSCAA/adidas High School All-Region IV (2009, 2010) … four-year starter … led high school team in scoring his final three seasons … tallied 79 goals and 37 assists … three-time first-team all-state (2008-10) … ESPN Rise High School top 40 players to watch (2009 & 2010) … ESPN Rise Player of the Week (2009) … three-time Academic All-State (2008-10) … two-time metro player of the year (2009 & 2010) … two-time state champion (2007 & 2008) … 2010 state finalist … invited to U15 Boys National Team training camp in 2007 … Region II ODP Boys 92 Team (2007, 2008, 2009) … the 2009 ODP squad played in Argentina … named to ODP Interregional Supergroup All-Star Teams in 2008 and 2009 … Indiana ODP 1992 state team (2006-09) … two-time ODP National Champions with Indiana `92 (2008 & 2009) … Indiana State Cup champions in 2009 and 2010 with FC Evansville … played with the Indiana United Academy … son of AJ and Kay Lachowecki … graduated with a marketing degree from the Mendoza College of Business, after double majoring in film, television and theatre.
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