AS A SOPHOMORE (2011)
: Appeared in all 15 games, starting 11…scored 14 goals, making him one of just six JU players to crack the double-digit goal plateau…compiled the third-most assists on the team with 10…recorded 24 points and collected 26 ground balls, finishing with a .581 shot-on-goal percentage…registered five two-goal games…scored twice on just two shots versus No. 15 Georgetown in the Sunshine Classic (2/20)…racked up six goals in three games, scoring a pair in consecutive contests against Detroit (3/26), Manhattan (4/2) and Siena (4/9)….picked up three ground balls in a game on five occasions…tied a season high with two assists in the MAAC Tournament semifinals versus Siena (5/6).
AS A FRESHMAN (2010)
: Played in all 13 games, starting one…scored four goals and added four assists for eight points in his freshman year…had a career-best three-point game against Rutgers (4/10), scoring twice and notching an assist…compiled his goal total on just nine shots…collected six ground balls and forced two turnovers…also scored against Bellarmine (2/13) and Sacred Heart (3/13)…had an assist and two shots-on-goal against Presbyterian (4/17).
: Started three years at Lovett High School in Atlanta, Georgia for head coach Jim Buczek…finished his career with second-most points and goals in school history…holds the record for most assists in a career…as a senior, received all-America honors…as a junior, earned first team all-state honors.
: Born May 9, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga...son of Travis and Patricia Green…has two brothers, Eamonn and Kyle…grandfather Dan Green participated twice in the Senior Olympics as a downhill skier…proposed academic major is marketing.