HONORS AND AWARDS
- 2020 Notre Dame Most Improved Awardwinner
- 2019 Men Against Breast Cancer Invitational All-Tournament Team
- Finished off the season with 15 points and seven rebounds in the ACC tournament victory over Boston College (3/11/20).
- Turned in perhaps his best all-around game in an Irish uniform in the regular season finale against Virginia Tech (3/7/20), scoring 13 points on 6-of-12 shooting, a career-best nine rebounds and four assists.
- Poured in 14 of his ACC season-high 16 points in the second half against Florida State (3/4/20), shooting 4-for-8 from the field with two 3 FGs and two steals.
- Scored 14 points off the bench against Georgia Tech (2/1/20) with five rebounds.
- Posted his career-best fifth-consecutive game with double figure scoring against Wake Forest (1/29/20) with 14 points and four rebounds in the victory.
- Scored 10 points in the first half at Georgia Tech (1/15/20), keeping the Irish on pace with the Yellow Jackets in the eventual 78-74 victory. Finished the contest with 15 points, hitting double digits in a true road game for the first time in 2019-20.
- Returned to double figures against No. 13/11 Louisville (1/11/2020) with 14 points and five rebounds off the bench.
- Scored 12 points in 23 minutes against Alabama A&M (12/29/19) to post the fourth consecutive double-digit scoring game of the year – the best streak in his career.
- Sparked the Irish with 14 points in the first half against UCLA (12/14/19), including three three-point shots to provide a lead the teams would not relinquish in the victory.
- Exploded with a career-high 27 points off the bench against Detroit Mercy (12/10/19), shooting 10-of-13 from the field, five-of-seven from three-point range while collecting seven rebounds and four assists. The points, field goals, three-point field goals and assists were all career highs, while his seven rebounds matched his career best. The 27 points off the bench marks the second-most of the Brey era (Bonzie Colson scored 31 off the bench against Duke in 2016) and the third-most since 1996-97 (Keith Friel had 30 points as a non-starter against Syracuse in 1998).
- Posted back-to-back 15-plus scoring games for the first time in his career, coming off the bench with 15 points and a perfect 3-for-3 from three-point range in the victory over Fairleigh Dickinson (11/26/19).
- Played a key part in Notre Dame’s rally over Toledo (11/21/19) with 11 points in the second half, including three of his career-high four three-point field goals.
- Scored nine of his 11 points in the second half, helping the Irish hold off Marshall (11/15/19) and recording his third double-digit scoring game in three games at Purcell Pavilion this season.
- Led the Irish in scoring with 18 points off the bench in the home opening victory over Robert Morris (11/9/19), scoring several baskets by posting up the smaller RMU guards.
- Moved his double-digit scoring streak to three games in the first round of the ACC tournament against Georgia Tech (3/12/19), scoring 15 points with five rebounds and two assists.
- Recorded double figures in back-to-back games for the first time in ACC play at Pittsburgh (3/9/19) by scoring 10 points and matching a career-high with six rebounds.
- Played a career-high 38 minutes against Clemson (3/6/19), scoring 12 points with five rebounds and a steal.
- Stepped up to post his first solid ACC performance with 19 points (17 of them coming in the 2nd half) against NC State (1/19/19), shooting 7-for-10 from the field, grabbing four rebounds and dishing out three assists.
- Joined Nate Laszewski and Prentiss Hubb in the starting lineup against Boston College (1/12/19) – becoming the first trio of true freshmen to start for the Irish since the 1999-2000 season and first trio of true freshman to win in a starting role since LaPhonso Ellis, Elmer Bennett and Keith Tower against Portland on January 9, 1989.
- Scored double figures in back-to-back games for the first time in his career against Coppin State (12/29/18) with 13 points and six rebounds off the bench in a team-high 34 minutes.
- As the Irish continue to look for the right starting lineup combination, responded to coming off the bench against Jacksonville (12/20/18) with a career-high 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting with five rebounds and three assists.
- Earned first career start against Binghamton (12/18/18), playing a career-high 36 minutes and grabbing a career-best six rebounds.
- Made several key plays down the stretch in the victory over Purdue (12/15/18), scoring a career-high 11 points with four rebounds.
- Logged crunch time minutes against Duquesne and was on the floor for Notre Dame’s deciding 13-0 run to seal the victory – contributing a blocked shot, lay up and an assist during the run.
- Came off the bench to play 20 minutes and score 10 points in his Notre Dame debut against UIC (11/6/18).
- Set Upper Arlington career records for points (1,951) and rebounds (817).
- 2018 Ohio Mr. Basketball
- 2018 Gatorade Ohio Player of the Year
- 2018 USA Today Ohio Player of the Year
- 2018 Third-Team USA Today All-American
- A two-time first-team all-state, all-metro and Ohio Capital Conference (OCC) Player of the Year.
- Led Upper Arlington to three OCC championships and two district titles, compiling a 87-15 record with the Golden Bears.
- Honored on the floor of the Ohio state senate on May 16, 2018, for his athletic accomplishments at Upper Arlington.
- Ranked No. 77 on the final ESPN Class of 2018 player rankings.
- Earned three varsity letters in golf at Upper Arlington and was named first-team all-OCC in 2017.
- Son of Danielle and Damon Goodwin, along with brother Grant and sister Addie.
- Father, Damon, is the all-time winningest head coach at Capital University (a Division III school located in the Columbus, Ohio, suburbs), played basketball at the University of Dayton from 1982-83 through 1985-86 and was a seventh-round draft pick of the Phoenix Suns in 1986. Dayton was 1-4 against Notre Dame during Damon Goodwin’s playing time at Dayton.
- Brother, Grant, played college baseball at Division III Wittenburg and graduated in 2013.
- Sisters, Addie, played club volleyball at the University of Dayton and graduated in 2014.
- Enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.