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- Ranked as the #44 freshman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Ranked as the #12 freshman defenseman in the nation by Inside Lacrosse in 2016.
- Member of the 2016 United States U19 Team that won FIL championship.
- Did not play.
- Started all 15 games on defense - only freshman on the team to start all 15 games.
- Tallied two goals, 23 ground balls and a team-high 11 caused turnovers on the year. 23 GBs were tied for eighth on the team.
- Scored first career goal and added three ground balls at Virginia. Goal was the third strike in a three-goal run that turned an 8-6 deficit into a 9-8 lead.
- Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week in Johns Hopkins' 12-11 overtime win at Penn State as he had three caused turnovers and one ground ball in the win.
U19 World Championships (Summer 2016)
- Member of United States' U19 World Championship Team.
- All-World selection on defense after helping United States allow just 31 goals in six games.
- Collected 11 ground balls in the six games - the most of any non-faceoff specialist on the team.
- 18th Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse player to win a U19 World Championship since the event debuted in 1988.
At St. John's Prep
- Member of lacrosse, soccer and basektball teams.
- Named team MVP as a senior, when he also grabbed Salem News and Catholic Conference All-Star honors and Eastern Mass All-America honors.
- Catholic Conference and MA All-Star in soccer, after leading the team in goals as a senior.
- Helped soccer team to state semifinals as a senior.
- Patrick Foley.
- Son of Patrick and Kathleen Foley.
- Has two older sisters, Audra and Elissa.
- Majoring in international studies with a minor in finance.
Did You Know
- Patrick Foley has coached and served as a sales and marketing intern with 3d Lacrosse (Boston, MA). He has coached the 3d Lacrosse 2023 team since 2015 and began a sales and marketing internship with the organization in February 2017.