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Saw action in eight games as JHU's number two faceoff specialist.
Totaled one goal and 18 ground balls while winning 22-of-42 faceoffs on the year.
Won 3-of-6 faceoffs and scored lone goal of the season in a 14-5 win over Michigan.
Won 6-of-8 faceoffs and had a career-high six ground balls in a 17-2 win at Mount St. Mary's and won a personal-best 7-of-9 faceoffs with five GBs in a 13-7 win over Villanova.
Played in five games on the year with first action coming in 15-6 season-opening victory against Siena.
Won 4-of-9 faceoffs and had one ground ball on the year.
At Smithtown West: Three-year lacrosse standout Won 454-of-597 (.760) faceoffs with 230 ground balls over last two seasons Also totaled 10 goals and 10 assists in final two years Helped Smithtown to the Suffolk County finals as a junior and the semifinals as a sophomore and senior Team compiled a 46-9 record in those three seasons Honored as the Suffolk County Rookie of the Year and named an Honorable Mention All-American by US Lacrosse Two-year letter winner in football as a wide receiver and cornerback.
Personal: Craig T. Madarasz The son of Ron and Marie Madarasz Father played football at C.W. Post and older brother, Brett, played lacrosse at Manhattan and finished sixth on the team in scoring as a sophomore (2012) and fifth as a junior (2013) and senior (2014) Economics major.