• 2013 Second-Team All-Ivy League
• ECAC Goalie of the Week (Feb. 12)
Junior Year (2011-12): Made his first start against Brown on Oct. 29 ... earned his first career assist against Northeastern on Dec. 30 and later stopped 7 of 8 shots in a shootout ... picked up his first win of the season at Brown on Jan. 6 where he stopped a penalty shot in the second period and made 40 total saves ... made 43 saves at Yale on Jan. 7 ... stopped a career-high 57 shots at Union on Feb. 17, the fourth most saves in a game in program history ... has appeared in 14 games, with 12 starts, for a 4-6-3 record ... has made 456 saves and allowed 40 for a .919 save percentage and a 2.88 goals against average ... ranks third in the league in save percentage.
• 2012 ECAC All-Academic Team
Sophomore Year (2010-11): Made 11 starts in goal for the Tigers … named to the ECAC All-Academic Team … played to a 6-4-1 record with a 2.82 goals-against average and a .902 save percentage … made a career-high 37 saves to lead Princeton to a 4-3 win at Brown … stopped 36 Harvard shots to blank the Crimson 1-0 … stopped 24 shots in a win over UMass Lowell … made 25 saves in a 1-1 tie with Quinnipiac … made 29 saves in a win at St. Lawrence.
• 2011 ECAC All-Academic Team
Freshman Year (2009-10): Appeared in four games as a freshman, making one start … was 0-1-0 with a 2.44 goals-against and a .902 save percentage in just under 123 minutes of action … made collegiate debut in relief at Quinnipiac … made 23 saves in his first start at UMass Lowell … made seven saves in a period against Connecticut … stopped in four shots in 10 minutes of relief duty against Yale.
Before Princeton: Attended and played hockey at the Belmont Hill School ... went 20-8-2 in goal as a senior with a 2.23 goals-against average and had a .934 save percentage ... received several accolades following the season, including being named the Independent School League’s Most Valuable Player, a member of the All-ISL and All-New England teams, a Boston Globe All-Scholastic honor and his team’s Most Valuable Player ... was 22-7-3 with a 2.06 goals-against and a .931 save percentage as a junior ... an All-ISL choice and his team’s Most Valuable Player ... also played lacrosse at Belmont Hill.
Personal: Full name is Michael Johnston Condon ... birthday is April 27 ... son of Ted and Mary Condon ... father attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania and UMass-Lowell and works as a sergeant in the Massachusetts State Police ... mother attended IUP and Framingham State and is a realtor ... has an older brother Zach that works for the Transocean Drilling Company.
| Career Highs
|| 57 at Union (2/17/12)
|| vs. Harvard (11/19/10)
|| at Brown (11/6/10)
|Start||at Lowell (12/11/09)|
|Assist||vs. Northeastern (12/30/11)|
|High School:||Belmont Hill School|