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8 Mike MacDonald

 

At Princeton

ranks third all-time at Princeton with 132 goals and fifth all-time at Princeton with 208 points ...

2015 - Ivy League co-Player of the Year ... honorable mention All-America ... unanimous first-team All-Ivy League selection ...set the program record for points in a season with 78 (48G, 30A) ... became the only player in program history with a season of at least 40 goals and at least 30 assists and the second (along with Dave Tickner in 1976) as the only players in program history with at least 30 goals and 30 assists in a season ... is the only player in Princeton men’s lacrosse history with at least one career game with seven goals and another career game with at least six assists ... led team in goals, assists and points ... was fourth in Division I in points per game and sixth in Division I in goals per game ...  is one of two players in program history with more than 100 career goals and 70 career assists, along wth Tom Schreiber  ... had nine goals and four assists against Rutgers and Yale to earn Ivy League Player of the Week for the third time this year; was also the USILA Offensive Player of the Week ... tied career high with seven goals against Rutgers, including four during a 5-0 run in the fourth quarter as Princeton turned a 9-7 deficit into a 12-9 lead in what became a 12-11 win ... had five goals and an assist against Dartmouth ... had five goals and an assist against Lehigh ... had two goals and four assists against Yale ... had three goals and an assist against Brown ... had three goals and six assists to tie career high with nine points against Penn ... had three goals and two assists against Johns Hopkins ... had three goals against Stony Brook ... Ivy League Player of the Week each of the first two weeks (shared the award with Harvard’s Deke Burns in Week 2) ... tied career-high (set originally against Cornell in the 2013 Ivy tournament) with nine points against Hofstra with five goals and four assists; had one assist in the first half and then eight second half points, including a four-goal, three-assist third quarter ... had a two goal, three-assist, three caused turnover performance against Manhattan ... missed the fall after having arthroscopic surgery on both hips to repair bi-lateral torn labrums; recovery took six months ...

2014 - led team in assists ...  tied for third in points ... had two goals and career-high five assists against Penn ... had a career-high four assists against Carolina ... had four goals and one assist against Hofstra ... had two goals and two assists against Dartmouth ... had a goal and two assists against Manhattan ... had a goal and assist against Johns Hopkins ... had two goals against Brown ... has at least one point in 26 straight games … 2014 Tewaaraton Trophy watchlist

2013 - first-team All-Ivy League selection ... honorable mention All-America ... led Princeton with 43 goals ... 43 goals were the sixth-best total in program history ... finished his sophomore year with 65 goals, the third-highest total by a Princeton player after his sophomore year, trailing only Jesse Hubbard and Chris Massey, who rank 1-2 all-time in goals at Princeton ... named to Ivy League tournament all-tournament team ... had at least one point in every game ... was second in the Ivy League in goals per game, fourth in the Ivy League in points per game and ninth in the Ivy League in assists per game ... had 11 goals and three assists in two games against Cornell ... had seven goals (on eight shots) and two assists (including the game-winner in overtime) in Princeton's 14-13 win over Cornell in the Ivy tournament semifinal ... seven goals were the most by a Princeton player in 10 years ... had four goals and an assist against Cornell in the regular season ... had five goals and seven points against North Carolina ... had four goals and two assists agianst Penn and four goals against Harvard ... had three goals against Syracuse ... had three goals an an assist against Yale in the regular season ... had three goals against Hofstra.

2012 - started every game on attack ... ranks fifth all-time among Princeton freshman with 22 goals ... had 22 goals on 39 shots (56.4%) ... shot 12 for 16 in six Ivy games ... had four goals in the Ivy tournament (two in each game) ... two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week ... had three goals and two assists against Penn to earn Ivy honor for second time ... named Ivy Co-Rookie of the Week after win over Hofstra ... had three goals on four shots against Hofstra in first collegiate game ... had three goals on three shots against Dartmouth ... had a goal and two assists against Syracuse ... had two goals and an assist against Brown in regular season ... had two goals against Cornell ... had a goal and assist against Yale ... had a goal against North Carolina ... had a goal against Manhattan ... had first career assist, in the game against Villanova

At Trinity-Pawling

lettered in lacrosse and hockey ... named All-New England senior year and All-Western New England junior year in junior year... team captain for both ... Headmaster's List student ... Magna Cum Laude graduate ... won school's Headmaster Award ... attended Georgetown District High School (in Ontario) first two years of high school ... won three Canadian national field championships and one Canadian box championship with the Halton Hills Bulldogs/Team Ontario ... team won 2011 Founders Cup ... was MVP of Canadian National Field Lacrosse Tournament (Alumni Cup) ... selected to try out for Team Canada U-19 Team

Personal 

Born March 24, 1993 ... son of Steve and Linda MacDonald ... father is a police officer; mother is a career advisor at Humber College ... older brother Brendan plays lacrosse at RIT ... has a younger sister Jami-Lynn

Year Goals Assists Points Shots Ground balls
2012 22 8 30 39 15
2013 43 16 59 94 24
2014 19 22 41 66 11
2015 48 30 48 123 28
Totals 132 76 208 322 78
Position: Attack
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Georgetown, Ont.
High School: Trinity Pawling
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