• One half of JHU's top faceoff tandem that also included Hunter Moreland.
• Won 135-of-264 (.511) faceoffs on the year with a team-high 60 ground balls to go along with three goals and one assist.
• Matched career high with 17 faceoff wins on 22 attempts and added a career-best nine ground balls against third-ranked Maryland.
• Initially won a career-high 17 faceoffs on personal-best 27 attempts and added five GBs in 19-13 win at Michigan.
• Fueled 12-11 double-overtime win at Navy by going 14-of-24 (.583) with one goal and seven ground balls.
• Came back with a 13-of-21 (.619) performance with six ground balls at Loyola.
• Won 9-of-19 faceoffs and scored a goal in 13-12 overtime loss at Virginia.
• Made it two straight games with a goal and won 12-of-18 faceoffs with six ground balls at UMBC.
• Won 10-of-19 faceoffs and had five ground balls in 12-11 overtime victory at 14th-ranked Penn State.
• Missed the entire season after suffering a preseason injury.
• 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) • Earned degree in economics last May (2016) and completing coursework on minor in entrepreneurship and management.