UND Roster

2016-17 Men's Lacrosse Roster

#8 Pat Healy


Height 6'2''
Weight 200 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Southborough, MA
High School St. Sebastian's

AS A SENIOR (2017)

  • Started all 15 games in his fourth season at Notre Dame as a defenseman
  • Scooped up a career-high 21 ground balls
  • Caused a career-high seven turnovers
  • Recorded a career-high four ground balls in the win over Virginia (3/18)

AS A JUNIOR (2016)

  • Played in three games for the Irish defense, two of which came in the NCAA Tournament, and scooped up two ground balls and caused a turnover


  • Played in 12 games in his second season with the Irish
  • Scored first career goal during home victory against North Carolina (15-14)
  • Scooped up 10 ground balls on the year


  • Saw action in two games
  • Made his Notre Dame debut in the 19-7 season-opening victory at Jacksonville


  • Appeared at No. 71 in the Inside Lacrosse Power 100 Freshmen and was the No. 20 defensive player
  • Earned four varsity letters as a four-year starter at St. Sebastian’s
  • Team captain during his senior season
  • Received All-America honors and All-Independent School League (ISL) accolades as a senior
  • Rated as the No. 1 player in Massachusetts in 2013 according to Boston Lax
  • Earned honorable mention ISL honors in 2012 as he helped St. Sebastian’s win the league title
  • Rated as the No. 32 rising senior in his class according to Inside Lacrosse
  • Also tabbed as the No. 1 defenseman in Massachusetts by Inside Lacrosse
  • Honorable mention ISL in 2011
  • A football standout at St. Sebastian’s
  • All-New England quarterback as a senior in addition to earning all-ISL honors
  • Senior captain of his football squad and helped the team win the ISL title with an undefeated league record
  • The team also won the 2012 New England Prep School Athletic Conference championship
  • 2012 Arthur Valicenti Bowl champions
  • Honorable mention ISL in football as a junior
  • Was on the academic honor roll
  • Son of Todd and Penny Healy
  • Enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a film, television, and theatre major.