2011: Played in all 15 games with 10 starts … tied for second on the team with seven assists, was third with 17 points and was fourth with 10 goals … also picked up nine ground balls and caused one turnover … posted one goal and two assists for three points at Vermont (4/5) … scored a season-high five goals in the 14-5 win versus Mercer (4/16) … was named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Played in
all 15 games with five starts ... had 15 goals and seven assists
for 22 points ... tied for second on the team in assists, was
fourth in points and was fifth in goals ... picked up 14 ground
balls ... scored two goals at Yale (2/27) ... posted three goals at
Marist (3/2) ... had one goal and two assists in the 13-8 win at
Dartmouth (3/9) ... tallied a season-best five goals, including the
game-winner, in the 17-10 win against Quinnipiac (4/17) ... had two
goals in the 7-6 win against Bryant (4/20) ... recorded one goal
and one assist at Army (4/24) ... named to the Patriot League
Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Played in all 15 games with 14 starts ... led the team in points with a career-best 28 and in goals with a career-best 21 ... ranked second on the team in assists with seven ... led the team with two game-winning goals ... picked up 14 ground balls ... his 1.40 goals per game tied him for 10th in the Patriot League ... his two game-winning goals tied him for fifth in the Patriot League ... named Patriot League Rookie of the Week twice (2/17 and 4/13) ... named the New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Co-Player of the Week (4/14) ... earned the team’s Joseph M. Murphy III Rookie of the Year award ... scored two goals at Colgate (3/7) ... recorded two goals and had one assist in the 7-3 win against Hartford (3/17) ... posted three goals against Bucknell (3/28) ... scored three goals against Lafayette (4/4)... had two goals, including the game-winner, in the 12-11 double-overtime victory against Vermont (4/7) ... scored four goals, including the game-winner, in the 9-4 victory against Marist (4/11).
Before Holy Cross: Four-year member of the varsity lacrosse team at the Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern, Pa. ... named All-State as a senior ... two-time All Inter-Academic League selection ... led team to the 2006 state championship and three Inter-Academic League championships ... served as team captain as a senior ... totaled 125 goals and 75 assists during his high school career.
Personal: Son of Frank and Kimberly McGeehin ... has two brothers (Joseph and Brendan) ... father played tennis at Mount St. Mary’s ... mother played field hockey and basketball at Juniata ... brother, Joseph, played lacrosse at Harvard ... brother, Brendan, was a member of the rowing team at Dartmouth ... majoring in History.
McGeehin's Career Statistics